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"Highly recommended to anyone who enjoys whisk(e)y of any sort--especially if you're looking to expand your palette to new varieties."~ John Gruber of Daring Fireball
"..provides wonderful recommendations for building and dilling your very own cabinet witht he world's best...Bylok's tasting notes are always on point."~Booktrib.com
"The ulimate guide to enjoying the most delicious whiskies in the world."Hot Sheet
"..comprehensive info on each style and recommendations for what to try and how to drink it."~Now Toronto
Insider View to The Most Delicious Whisky In The World
Get past the marketing hype to learn about the whisky behind the label
Whisky is sold under various labels. This book shows the meaning behind the labels, such as: cask strength, small batch, singe barrel, finished whisky, sour bill, and other terms.
Whisky covered from around the world
America, Canada, Scotland, Japan, Ireland, and delicious whiskies from other parts of the world are covered. The history of each region is reviewed, along with the challenges and advantages to the whisky produced. Get a true worldly view of whisky. Learn the tricks behind whisky pricing, and how age statements take on different meanings depending on the region.
Learn to have a balanced whisky cabinet
Step outside of buying similar whiskies, and learn about new whiskies that you might enjoy based on your current preferences. The most impressive whisky cabinets are varied in product. Author Mark Bylok offers recommendations for whiskies to buy based on your current collection.
Learn what makes whisky the drink you love from Mark's personal experiences
Mark dives deeper into the reasons why whisky is a beautifully complex drink. He shows the simplified science behind the passion of whisky, and explores the parts of whisky making that add distinctive character. Mark's personal experiences translate to the pages in words and photographs.
Today's hot-topic issues
The world of whisky is full of controversy. As whisky makers look to separate themselves from the pack, they must also work to meet increasing demands. The Whisky Cabinet takes a deeper look into the no-age statement whisky, the terroir (regional flavour) of whisky, lack of mash bill diversity in whisky recipes, and more.
The best way to enjoy your whisky
Do you have your whisky with or without ice? How about adding water? Just as with wine, there are many types of whiskies. Not all should be served the same way. The Whisky Cabinet looks at the best way to enjoy your whisky.
Incredible photos that bring whisky to life.
It makes a beautiful book for your shelf or coffee table. The Whisky Cabinet steps away from generic product shots with plain white backgrounds, and focuses instead on the passion of whisky.