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List of contents: 8pp introduction by W Milroy How whisky is made - what is a malt? Brief history of Scotch Regional style introduction and the most appropriate base to tour from on their voyage of discovery Regional breakdown of distilleries and malts Speyside, Central and Eastern Highlands; Northern and Western Highlands; Southern Highlands and Perthshire; Islands; Islay; Campbeltown; Lowlands; Northern Ireland Section on FAQ's - why distilleries use pagodas. Buying notes - how to look after your bottle of whisky (does whisky go off?) Drinking whisky and tasting tips Developing what you like - what to try next Other countries that are producing whisky Glossary Index What is in each whisky data entry: Bottle shot (with packaging) Distillery entry - each entry will concentrate on its main UK trade bottling and will include: Name of malt; address; contact details (phone); ownership, production status; production status, water source; wood types used for maturation (type of casks used); number and type of stills; other relevant technical notes. Visitor reception details (if appropriate); distillery website; tasting notes; now try this! Suggestions for similar malts from other distilleries and/or regions.
Authors: Wallace Milroy was recently honoured with the 2010 'Lifetime Achievement Award' along with his brother Jack by Whisky Magazine. Wallace and Jack are legends of the whisky industry. In the 1960s they opened up swinging London to malt whisky. The brothers introduced malt whisky to hotels, and clubs in London including Claridges, and The Ritz. The whisky industry owes much to them. The Milroy Brothers gave advice and wisdom to the world from their shop in Soho. Hugely respected for their plain speaking and great knowledge of whisky, they are admired internationally for their simplicity, clarity and plain speaking. Neil Wilson is a whisky writer, and publisher. His first book on whisky, Scotch and Water, was published over 25 years ago and his area of expertise is Hebridean whiskies.