Sunday, June 20, 2010

The Ideal Guide

 This has been described as the most comprehensive & thoroughly researched guide ever produced. Jim Murray has tasted over 2,500 Single Malt Whiskies, 240 Blended Scotches & around 260 American Whiskeys in the quest to make this the book it is. The Whisky Bible is a fantastic shortcut to discovering the world of whisky, it's a reference source for the consumer, the industry & the drinks trade, but most of all it's a fantstic guide to research how many expressions of a favourite whisky you can find, preferably with a bottle of your favourite malt. 





4 comments:

Shellie - Layers of Thought said...

Hi Parrish -
I love a good whiskey or a pint.

I just found your blog via Book blogs and your post there in Translated literature.

I thought you could use a new follower. :)

I love translations, and the book seer is really cool isn't it. I have a some fun sites like that on my twitter account.
Cheers,
Shellie

parrish lantern said...

Hi shellie thanks for coming on board,if you want to discuss your favourite whisky,book etc feel free to do so. I like bookseer, but have you tried the literature-map its prettier & gives whole maps worth of writers to check out.
Parrish

Shellie - Layers of Thought said...

That one sounds really cool!
I have not seen the literature map but it does sound vaguely familiar. Do you have a link?
cheers :)

parrish lantern said...

Either go to the bottom of my page under the My Crystal Ball heading (you'll see bookseer there too)or copy this http://literature-map.com & paste it into a search area. hope this helps.
Bye Parrish