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Almost Everything About Whisky By Constantin Cerbu
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In order to brew quality malt whisky, you need three things: barley, dry peat, and the water that flows along the green fields of Scotland, the home of this “liquid gold.” Add to that a... More > few family secrets and a whole lot of patience, and the result is one of the many fine whiskies that has, for centuries, been delighting both amateurs and connoisseurs alike, the world over. “Scotts Wha Hae!” (“We Are Scottish”), for urban and rural Scots alike, is something of a definition and a national anthem for many. Most of them wouldn’t miss, for anything in the world, a “Burns” dinner, complete with a “pure malt” to honor the memory of the jolly folks that proclaim that whisky and freedom go together. Whisky is one of Scotland’s signature offerings, and it makes a nation proud.< Less
Almost Everything About Whisky By Constantin Cerbu
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In order to brew quality malt whisky, you need three things: barley, dry peat, and the water that flows along the green fields of Scotland, the home of this “liquid gold.” Add to that a... More > few family secrets and a whole lot of patience, and the result is one of the many fine whiskies that has, for centuries, been delighting both amateurs and connoisseurs alike, the world over. “Scotts Wha Hae!” (“We Are Scottish”), for urban and rural Scots alike, is something of a definition and a national anthem for many. Most of them wouldn’t miss, for anything in the world, a “Burns” dinner, complete with a “pure malt” to honor the memory of the jolly folks that proclaim that whisky and freedom go together. Whisky is one of Scotland’s signature offerings, and it makes a nation proud.< Less
Almost Everything About Whisky By Constantin Cerbu
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In order to brew quality malt whisky, you need three things: barley, dry peat, and the water that flows along the green fields of Scotland, the home of this "liquid gold." Add to that a few... More > family secrets and a whole lot of patience, and the result is one of the many fine whiskies that has, for centuries, been delighting both amateurs and connoisseurs alike, the world over. "Scotts Wha Hae!" ("We Are Scottish"), for urban and rural Scots alike, is something of a definition and a national anthem for many. Most of them wouldn't miss, for anything in the world, a "Burns" dinner, complete with a "pure malt" to honor the memory of the jolly folks that proclaim that whisky and freedom go together. Whisky is one of Scotland's signature offerings, and it makes a nation proud.< Less
Going For Broke On Jesus By Bob Park
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“Going for Broke on Jesus” is not a religious story in as much as stained glass windows, high church and ceremony are concerned. I was never in a church before I became a Christian except... More > to get married and even then I was drunk. Jesus was nothing more than a name in the history books. I had dragged my wife and kids through hell for years and deserved nothing; every minute of my day would be spent seeing how much booze I could get down me and at the expense of my family ofcourse. I was totally convinced that our future as a family was doomed... I pray the book will challenge those who don’t know Jesus as their Saviour and encourage those who do. The book is not an argument for or against drinking, it is the true moving story of how a childlike faith in Jesus restored a broken home and turned beer bottles into furniture.< Less
Going For Broke On Jesus By Bob Park
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“Going for Broke on Jesus” is not a religious story in as much as stained glass windows, high church and ceremony are concerned. I was never in a church before I became a Christian except... More > to get married and even then I was drunk. Jesus was nothing more than a name in the history books. I had dragged my wife and kids through hell for years and deserved nothing; every minute of my day would be spent seeing how much booze I could get down me and at the expense of my family ofcourse. I was totally convinced that our future as a family was doomed... I pray the book will challenge those who don’t know Jesus as their Saviour and encourage those who do. The book is not an argument for or against drinking, it is the true moving story of how a childlike faith in Jesus restored a broken home and turned beer bottles into furniture.< Less
the dram gazettes ebook on whisky drinking collecting and investing By Dram Gazette
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You don't need to big a big spender to have a more profitable investment other than the regular bank account. As whisky is a great product for drinking, collecting and investing in it is more... More > popular than ever with auction prices going through the roof. This book is meant to bring you that knowledge and insights before you decide whether or not to start drinking, collecting and/or investing and can prevent many mistakes, assumptions or false expectations. Filled with practical examples, statistics, auction watch cases, tips, references, ... it will make you understand the (whisky) market where it's all about scarcity, exclusivity, reputation. You will get important insights on what to buy and what/when/where to sell it again and how to follow up on your collection and/or investment. Even if you're just interested in getting to know whisky for drinking this book will introduce you to the production process of this fine and pure spirit and help you find your taste in a load of flavours and brands ...< Less
Doan & Carstairs: Volume 1 (Holocaust House & The Mouse in the Mountain) [A Whisky Priest Book] By Norbert Davis
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“If you must go down those mean streets, walk softly, but walk a big dog... “Perenially broke Doan is a short, chubby little man with corn-yellow hair who doesn’t exactly look like... More > he’s going to set the world on fire. His clothes are frequently rumpled, because he tends to sleep in them, and he’s been known to drink a prodigious amount of alcohol. [And] while there have plenty of dogs in mystery fiction, there’s never been one quite like Carstairs. He’s not just any Great Dane; he’s so big that Doan only half-jokingly figures he really ought to be considered another species. He’s definitely in charge, despite Doan’s best efforts. ... It’s fortunate, then, that as a sleuth Carstair rarely barks up the wrong tree.” — Kevin Burton Smith, The Thrilling Detective Website This volume collects the first two Doan and Carstairs books: the novella Holocaust House, and the novel The Mouse in the Mountain.< Less
Doan & Carstairs: Volume 2 (Sally’s in the Alley & Oh, Murderer Mine) [A Whisky Priest Book] By Norbert Davis
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“If you must go down those mean streets, walk softly, but walk a big dog... “Perenially broke Doan is a short, chubby little man with corn-yellow hair who doesn’t exactly look like... More > he’s going to set the world on fire. His clothes are frequently rumpled, because he tends to sleep in them, and he’s been known to drink a prodigious amount of alcohol. [And] while there have plenty of dogs in mystery fiction, there’s never been one quite like Carstairs.” — Kevin Burton Smith, The Thrilling Detective Website This volume collects the final two Doan and Carstairs novels: Sally’s in the Alley and Oh, Murderer Mine. Norbert Davis (1909-1949), who also wrote as Harrison Hunt and Cedric Titus, was a rarity in the pulp writing world: a fine writer with a sense of humour. He contributed to Black Mask, Double Detective, Detective Fiction Weekly and Dime Detective, and is best known for his Doan and Carstairs stories.< Less
Doan & Carstairs: Volume 2 (Sally’s in the Alley & Oh, Murderer Mine) [A Whisky Priest Book] By Norbert Davis
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“If you must go down those mean streets, walk softly, but walk a big dog... “Perenially broke Doan is a short, chubby little man with corn-yellow hair who doesn’t exactly look like... More > he’s going to set the world on fire. His clothes are frequently rumpled, because he tends to sleep in them, and he’s been known to drink a prodigious amount of alcohol. [And] while there have plenty of dogs in mystery fiction, there’s never been one quite like Carstairs.” — Kevin Burton Smith, The Thrilling Detective Website This volume collects the final two Doan and Carstairs novels: Sally’s in the Alley and Oh, Murderer Mine. Norbert Davis (1909-1949), who also wrote as Harrison Hunt and Cedric Titus, was a rarity in the pulp writing world: a fine writer with a sense of humour. He contributed to Black Mask, Double Detective, Detective Fiction Weekly and Dime Detective, and is best known for his Doan and Carstairs stories.< Less
Doan & Carstairs: Volume 1 (Holocaust House & The Mouse in the Mountain) [A Whisky Priest Book] By Norbert Davis
eBook (PDF): $3.50
“If you must go down those mean streets, walk softly, but walk a big dog... “Perenially broke Doan is a short, chubby little man with corn-yellow hair who doesn’t exactly look like... More > he’s going to set the world on fire. His clothes are frequently rumpled, because he tends to sleep in them, and he’s been known to drink a prodigious amount of alcohol. [And] while there have plenty of dogs in mystery fiction, there’s never been one quite like Carstairs. He’s not just any Great Dane; he’s so big that Doan only half-jokingly figures he really ought to be considered another species. He’s definitely in charge, despite Doan’s best efforts. ... It’s fortunate, then, that as a sleuth Carstair rarely barks up the wrong tree.” — Kevin Burton Smith, The Thrilling Detective Website This volume collects the first two Doan and Carstairs books: the novella Holocaust House, and the novel The Mouse in the Mountain.< Less