The Book of Classic American Whiskeys

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Pgw, Aug 1, 1995 - Cooking - 238 pages
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The Book of Classic American Whiskeys presents a complete guide to all the high-quality whiskeys now available, with descriptions and tasting notes, plus a detailed account of all the important distilleries and the colorful personalities, past and present, who have made such a superb and distinctive contribution to the world of drinks.

This comprehensive guidebook surveys the key part played by whiskey in American history, describes the process by which whiskey is made, explains how to organize a whiskey tasting, and gives selected recipes for cocktails, appetizers, entrees, and desserts.

"I could not put it down. Waymack and Harris have created an eminently readable yet thorough masterpiece. The best ever book on American whiskies". -- Bill Samuels, Jr. President, Maker's Mark Distillery

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