To celebrate the launch of my first whisky book, The GreatDrams of Scotland, I'm giving you the opportunity to WIN a signed copy of The GreatDrams of Scotland and a bunch of whisky prizes too!
And all you have to do is enter using as many of the entry methods as you want below, prizes include a full Highland Park hip flask, a NEAT whisky glass, some whisky stones, whisky samples and a whole load of other fun stuff.
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The art of storytelling is alive and well in the hands of Greg Dillon as he brings his take on well-chosen whisky tales from the past and present, separating the facts from the fiction. His love of whisky drips through every chapter, and is authentic, incisive and entertaining. Serve this book up with a generous measure of Scotch by your side
– Colin Dunn, Diageo Reserve Whisky Ambassador
“The GreatDrams of Scotland is an entertaining collection of first-hand stories and anecdotes told from the perspective of Greg Dillon, who’s passionate insight brings Scotch’s rich history to life for whisky fans new and mature. This is an interactive book that fans of a wee dram can return to time and again.’’
– Kirsteen Campbell, Master Blender, Edrington
“With The GreatDrams of Scotland, Greg, the author, has captured the essence of Scotch, sharing a personal journey of discovery that will both enlighten the reader and raise a smile with some of the distillery stories.”
– Kevin Abrook, Global Whisky Specialist, William Grant & Sons
A wonderful gift for any whisky enthusiast, old or new, I weave together anecdotes and historical accounts from the annals of over 40 different distilleries to form a casual, conversational book that brings the history of whisky to life.
Through fact, myth and humour, each chapter guides the reader through legendary tales that date as far back as the fifteenth century, chronicling nineteen whisky brands that have contributed to the phenomenal success of Scotch whisky.
The GreatDrams of Scotland tracks how this spirit has been enjoyed over the last two hundred years, bringing us to where whisky is today; a globally loved and celebrated drink enjoyed neat, mixed, shaken, stirred and over rocks.