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As the popularity of whiskey grows, more and more connoisseurs seek to unlock its mysteries and better understand its myriad styles and tastes. This new whiskey audience, as well as the aficionados, seek quality, variety, and a heritage worth savoring. Carefully researched and with a unique format, Whiskey: What to Drink Next takes a systematic, easy-to-understand approach to selecting new brands to please your palate. It covers everything from single malts and bourbons to ryes and blends, from traditional Scotches to whiskies from such diverse locales as Sweden, India, and Texas. Organized by country of origin, each type of whiskey has a guide to its specific heritage and production; three recommended whiskies to try at different prices; and a colorful, graphic “atomic diagram” with cool facts, lists of distilleries, and tasting notes. A “periodic table” helps you decide which whiskeys to try next.
Whiskey expert Dominic Roskrow gives enthusiasts a treasure trove of unbiased information about the ever-evolving world of whiskey-organized in a fun, new, graphic way.
Dominic Roskrow is an established whiskey taster and writer, a widely recognized authority on everything from malt to rye and bourbon. Editor of Whisky Magazine for four years, in 2005 Dominic launched Beers of the World magazine and he is a regular contributor to Whisky Magazine and Malt Advocate. He has written a number of books on whiskey, including The World's Best Whiskies (Abrams). His most recent book, The Whisky Opus (DK), was short-listed for the highly prestigious Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards, the only whiskey book to make the list. Learn more at his website and blog: thewhiskytastingclub.co.uk. He lives in London, England.