It’s always a good time to update your coffee table books collection or gift someone who needs a fresher touch of in theirs. And a favorite among Daily Beast and Scouted readers is the World Atlas of Whisky by the Beast’s own Dave Broom. The lauded tome of illustrations and histories will leave you feeling like an expert on whisky (without the e) and immerse you in the visuals and locales of its various styles.
According to Forbes, it’s “simply the best book ever written on whisky” and according to the New York Times, it makes “a powerful and evocative case for geography as an organizing principle for understanding whiskey in its world.” The award-winning Broom brings 25 years of covering whisky to the (coffee) table and has written more than a dozen books about spirits. If you’re going to decorate your home with a coffee table book worthy of attention for both its visual appeal and educational content, this is a timelessly best choice.
World Atlas of Whisky
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