A Sense of Place

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Colors: Blue
Languages: English

Dave Broom’s whisky odyssey is in many ways a story of Scotland and the questions we face….Like a good dram, it’s complex, and Dave makes an excellent guide… Christina Kernohan’s beautiful photographs of the places and people featured in the book add texture and vibrancy to the stories: a window into the distilleries and lives of the craftspeople.’ Best of Scotland

Few can match [Broom’s] ability to blend together critical thinking, insight and industry knowledge while giving the resulting mix a romantic twist.’ Whisky Magazine

In this beautifully crafted narrative, award-winning writer Dave Broom examines Scotch whisky from the point of view of its terroir – the land, weather, history, craft and culture that feed and enhance the whisky itself. Travelling around his native Scotland and visiting distilleries from Islay and Harris to Orkney and Speyside, Dave explores the whiskies made there and the elements in their distilling, and locality, which make them what they are. Along the way he tells the story of whisky’s history and considers what whisky is now, and where it is going.

With stunning specially commissioned photography by Christina Kernohan, A Sense of Place will enhance and deepen every whisky drinker’s understanding of just what is in their glass.

Specifications

Weight 1,2 kg
Dimensions 20 × 2,4 × 28 cm
Cover

Pages

256

Language

ISBN 9781784726713

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