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The Whisky Trail: A Geographical Guide to Scotch Whisky

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Whisky production has always been interwoven with the fabric of Scottish life. Like bread, it was an important staple agricultural product as well as a social tool. In addition to its role as a beverage, it also fortified travellers, sealed business deals, disinfected wounds and anaesthetized even the worst pains of toothache and childbirth. This book takes readers round the main whisky-producing areas of Scotland. Along the way, you'll encounter a range of breathtaking landscapes, as well as learning much about the ...

The Whisky Trail: A Geographical Guide to Scotch Whisky 1993, Prion Books Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9781853751219

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