The Art of Blending Whisky

The Art of Blending Whisky

Author: Joseph Fleischman

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

Published: 2011-06-30

Total Pages: 15

ISBN-13: 1446549836

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A guide to blending whisky that will greatly appeal to all home distiller and lovers of the golden nectar. This book contains classic material dating back to the 1900s and before. The content has been carefully selected for its interest and relevance to a modern audience.


Art of Blending and Compounding

Art of Blending and Compounding

Author: Joseph Fleischman

Publisher: Applewood Books

Published: 2008-02

Total Pages: 82

ISBN-13: 1429010541

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Joseph Fleischman's 1885 work gives readers an understanding of how wines and spirits are made, and provides recipes so that readers can create these beverages in their own homes.


The Art of Blending and Compounding Liquors and Wines

The Art of Blending and Compounding Liquors and Wines

Author: Joseph Fleischman

Publisher:

Published: 2014-01-28

Total Pages: 76

ISBN-13: 9781495315152

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The Art of Blending and Compounding Liquors and Wines shows how all the favorite brands and various grades of whiskeys, brandies and wines are prepared by dealers and rectifiers for the trade. The book also gives directions for making all the ingredients used in their preparation and valuable information concerning whiskeys in bond. Originally published in 1886, this is a unique photographic reprint allowing the reader or collector to experience the age and patina of the original work.


The Art of Whisky

The Art of Whisky

Author: Jim Murray

Publisher: DRAM Good Books Limited

Published: 2021-09

Total Pages: 80

ISBN-13: 9780993298684

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THE MAKING OF WHISKY is an art in itself - distilling, ageing in cask, blending, all for the enjoyment of lovers of the complex blend or the noble single malt. But another art form is rediscovered in this superb selection of over 70 nineteenth and early twentieth century posters and showcards designed to advertise the Scotch and Irish whiskies of the time. With the charming naivety of an industry still in its infancy, these distinctive and highly-prized products spread through the British Empire and the rest of the world with the aid of kilted Scotsmen with flaming beards and Irishmen dressed invariably in green. And, to add to the romance, these nationalistic ambassadors worked to a backdrop of Celtic mists and mountains and with a nifty peg or wee dram in hand. The story of whisky's rise from its beginnings in hidden pot stills to its public perception as a refined and stylish drink for all classes by the turn of the twentieth century is chronicled in a short introductory history. Jim Murray's witty and knowledgeable captions not only give an insight into the posters but tell the story of the whisky companies who commissioned them, the brands they were advertising and even allow glimpses into the social history of the period as it is reflected in these precious pieces of commercial art. For eighty years the posters remained mostly unseen in the files of the British Public Record Office (now The National Archives) at Kew until reproduced, many for the first time, in all their glory in 1998, when a small print run of this book was published in paperback form. Updated and now in hardback these priceless posters can be enjoyed once more. Some are simple, some are sophisticated, but all will appeal to both the whisky and the art lover as immensely attractive examples of a now largely forgotten form of art: The Art of Whisky.


The Art of Blending and Compounding Liqures and Wines

The Art of Blending and Compounding Liqures and Wines

Author: Joseph Fleischman

Publisher: Quinn Press

Published: 2008-06

Total Pages: 76

ISBN-13: 1409783197

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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.


Art of Whisky

Art of Whisky

Author: Jim Murray

Publisher:

Published: 1998

Total Pages: 80

ISBN-13: 9780788181238

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A stunning selection of color posters to advertise Scotch and Irish whiskies from the turn of the century. There are over 70 colorful, quirky and humorous images ranging from famous brands such as Bells, Jamesons and Glenfiddich to long forgotten blends. 3-times winner of the Glenfiddich Whisky Writer of the Year Award, Murray provides an illuminating intro. that traces the origins of the whisky industry from its beginnings to its position as a refined drink for all classes by the start of the 20th century. Each poster has a witty and informative caption telling the story of the whisky company that commissioned it and giving glimpses of the period's social history.


Whisky and Other Spirits

Whisky and Other Spirits

Author: Graham Stewart

Publisher: Academic Press

Published: 2021-09-22

Total Pages: 598

ISBN-13: 0323853609

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Whisky and Other Spirits: Technology, Production and Marketing, Third Edition continues to provide details from raw materials to the finished product, including production, packaging and marketing. It focuses on the science and technology of the process as well as the environment in which it is produced. Today, environmental concerns and sustainability of products has taken on a new level of importance. Traditional ways of packaging and marketing have also changed dramatically in recent years as the technology of packaging has moved from a staid bottle industry to spirit products that cross traditional beverage categories and packaging. This new edition provides the latest changes in industry and the beverages market. All chapters are updated, with new chapters added to help improve research and development, and to increase production of not only whiskey but other spirits such as gin and rum and white spirits. This new edition also discusses trendy reduced alcohol and no alcohol products. Presents a detailed look into current global situation for whisky and spirits production Highlights craft distilling and the challenges craft distillers face by presenting the art of spirit production in clear detail Presents insights into how marketing has changed for distilled products, with an emphasis on new mobile technologies


Classic Blended Scotch

Classic Blended Scotch

Author: Jim Murray

Publisher: Prion (GB)

Published: 1999

Total Pages: 0

ISBN-13: 9781853752971

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It is arguably the blender's skill that is the true art at the centre of whisky making. Blended Scotch represents the vast majority of world whisky sales, and this book is devoted to the secrets of such famous brands as Johnnie Walker, Famous Grouse, Bell's or Haig. The single malt whisky is usually made up of just a few simple flavour characteristics but in a blend the character make-up can be infinitely more complex. Jim Murray opens up the secrets of its taste.