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The great drams of Scotland
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This is The Great Drams of Scotland – an epic yet elegant journey through the rich history of Scotch. This book will take you to twenty-eight different distilleries and twenty-three brands, to discover the legend and the history, the fact and the fiction behind this spectacular spirit.
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For dedicated fans of Scotch whisky, this book is an informative, entertaining read. Dillon’s enthusiasm for a wee dram is oozing from every chapter. Presented in a clear, colourful way, The Great Drams of Scotland is a nice one to pick up when you’ve got a quiet moment to enjoy. Book of the Month: The Great Drams of Scotland This excellent book is only the first from Greg Dillon, one of the busiest men in the drinks industry.
He works as a brand strategy consultant, writer, speaker, host and judge specialising in premium spirits. Dillon has also lent his knowledge to his new book named, ‘The GreatDrams of Scotland’ – a hardback book released on 12th October, and priced £ In The GreatDrams of Scotland, Mr.
Dillon, takes readers on an journey of discovery through the world of Scottish whisky, exploring the brands that have brought Scotch to life. GreatDrams of Scotland That there Greg Dillon off of that there GreatDrams internet-based website has gone and done a book.
Drawing on his love of whisky and experiences discovering the distilleries of Scotland, Greg Dillon has packed his book full of charming tales surrounding the world of Scotch whisky. Buy The Great Drams of Scotland: A Conversational Meander Through the Rich History of Scotch Whisky and the Brands That Have Brought it to Life by Greg Dillon (GreatDrams) (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 6. The book, published by Red Door Publishing, treads the line between industry expertise and accessibility with aplomb. The history of Scotland's most famous distilleries is covered succinctly and interestingly and you'll find a wealth of suggestions here to keep you sampling drams.
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Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. This set is a mini-celebration for the Dram Team, as our co-founder and author ofGreg Dillon, recently released his inaugural book, The GreatDrams of Scotland - his personal story-telling take on the brands that built Scotch.
With The GreatDrams of Scotland, my inaugural book, having finally been released, I have collated a bunch of answers that I have been asked about the journey to getting published, the pride of having written something that hopefully thousands of whisky lovers and learners the world over will enjoy and what’s next.
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This chatty, personal book by brand strategy consultant, international spirit judge and host of many whisky tastings Greg Dillon will be enjoyed by the occasional spirit drinker as well as the connoisseur. The Great Drams of Scotland: A Conversational Meander Through the Rich History of Scotch Whisky and the Brands that Have Brought it to Life Average Rating: () stars out of 5 stars Write a review.
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