Reviews

  • It does what every good book should manage to do, and what a hundred other books on whisky (and a thousand other books on Scotland) have signally failed to do: makes you want to go for a drink with the author.

    Observer
  • Studded with bracing shots of pure insight and eloquence. And he's sound on the scotch as well.

    Independent
  • A very readable and hugely informative book, and Bank’s gentle humour permeates the pages.

    Time Out
  • It’s an engaging piece of work, part love letter, part memoir.

    Esquire
  • A very beguiling fusion of memoir, history and current affairs.

    Glasgow Herald

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