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These moments are short but poignant, setting the scene for the rest of the articles. The next set of articles in my mind are those of the tales and histories, life stories that bring the personal to the abstract.
From the thematically twinned tales of entrance to the journalism scene tales from John Hansell and F Paul Pacult which reveal some of the fire and passion in the lives behind their words, to the two odd outliers of Dave Broom and Hans Offringa. Even today the tales explains a lot, predominantly the amount of broken bottles found in delivered packages.
Hans Offringa on the other hand delivers a wonderful history of a very special cask of whisky, and bringing a feel of mythology into the simple consumption of a dram. Finally are, to my mind, the weakest articles, not for their content, which are as high quality as any, but because they seem to lack some of the speak of the personal that the others envelop. Of them the two the most familiar, that of British Beer and Malt Whisky, seemed the least of interest to me, most likely due to their familiarity already.
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The dive into the past of German beer, and hints to the small upsurgence in variety however grabs the attention with promise of little known beers to be found with but a trip, and a journey away from the tourist route, and is the stand out amongst this section. Also within this we have Roger Protz on lagering, another fine article that only suffers for a professional clarity that results in the lack of the immense humane warmness that fills most of the rest of the book, but that is no insult to its quality or accuracy.
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So, you may have noticed I have done little critiquing comparatively here. Well, it is because it is hard to, this is a book by some of the best writers in the business, bringing their knowledge, memories, and love to the fore and these elements shine through. Whens the Right Time for Barley Wine?
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A Question of Priorities. He began work in the Scotch whisky industry in ; was elected a Keeper of the Quaich in , and holds the Freedom and Livery of the Worshipful Company of Distillers. He consults widely in the whisky industry; writes regularly for Whisky Magazine, the leading UK consumer title, and contributes to a wide variety of other publications.
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Apart from his work as a journalist and a critic, he was also a great fan of rugby league. Michael Jackson died of a heart attack in his London home on the morning of 30 August at the age of From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Classic Expressions is a boutique publishing house, based in Perthshire, Scotland, specialising in facsimile reprints of rare and lost whisky classics.
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For more details see www. Ian Buxton first met Michael Jackson in February A well-known whisky writer in his own regard, he was formerly Marketing Director of a leading single malt Scotch whisky. Recently he created the World Whiskies Conference and continues his marketing consultancy work alongside an active writing career.
Ian co-founded Classic Expressions with Neil Wilson in late with a mission to save lost whisky literature for posterity. The Glenlivet has the heritage to be number one and is challenging for global market leadership.