Talk About and Enjoy It: Whisk(e)y.
After the Scots made whisky famous and exported their distillations throughout the world and their whisky culture along with it, the time has now arrived to direct the gaze to whisky in other countries. After all, in addition to being enjoyed around the world, whisk(e)y is now also produced in various corners of the planet, too. Although there is hardly a distiller who does not have a Scottish model, the stylistic differences have become considerably huge in the meantime. This book (authored in English) captures all the sensory impressions in keywords “flavour wheels” and blank lined sections for your own findings. In this way, you can access the information in the tasting notes quickly, retain an overview and have the tools for argument ready to keep up with the shop talk when whisk(e)y is discussed.