Reviews of books relating to all things whisky will appear on the list below.
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Current and Upcoming Books Reviewed by One Man’s Malt:
Whisky: The Manual by Dave Broom – “A book about how to drink whisky” including wonderful and surprising mixed drinks.
The Malt Whisky File by John Lamond and Robin Tucek – “Single Malts from Z to Z” along with others worth learning more about.
Malt Whisky by Charles MacLean – One of the great characters of the whisky world, Charlie MacLean gives his take on single malts and why each is unique.
Whisky by Thierry Bénitah – Second generation owner of La Maison du Whisky offers a two-volume compendium of the “Secrets of Whisky” and “Tours and Tastings” with his own ratings.
Complete Guide to Single Malt Scotch by Michael Jackson – “A connoisseur’s guide” by the late great drinkers writer.
The Original Malt Whisky Almanac by Wallace Milroy – the early pocket companion filled with the dry wit and wet wisdom of one of the most respected of all whisky experts.