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Tales of Whisky

Tales of Whisky

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Whether dodging the men of the excise, fighting with government troops or simply indulging in a spot of the national sport of drinking whisky, Scots have long had a true love affair with their favourite amber nectar. In this book writer and storyteller Stuart McHardy, known to take a dram or ten himself, draws upon the wide range of tales associated with the world's finest tipple, to make you laugh, cry and wonder!
Title Tales of Whisky
Author Stuart McHardy
ISBN 9781906817411
Binding Paperback
Author Bio Stuart McHardy; writer, musician, storyteller, folklorist, historian, poet, past president of the Pictish Arts Society and ex-Director Scots Language Resource Centre; has lectured on many aspects of Scottish history and culture both in Scotland and abroad, and has made regular appearances on television and radio.
Back Cover Text The truth is of course that whisky was invented for a single, practical reason - to offset Scotland's weather. Raise your glass and toast this collection of delightful tales, all inspired by Scotland's finest achievement: whisky. We see how the amber nectar can help get rid of a pesky giant, why you should never build a house without offering the foundations a dram and how it can bring a man back from the brink of death. Whisky has a long and colourful history in Scotland, causing riots and easing feuds, and McHardy has gathered together stories which have been passed down through many generations, often over a wee nip. Tales of Whisky is a tribute to the Scottish sense of humour and love of fine storytelling.
BIC Subject Spirits & cocktails
BISAC Subject COOKING / Beverages / Wine & Spirits
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