This beautifully produced book contains photographs, anecdotes and information gathered by Ian on his journey around the distilleries of Scotland as visited and recorded by Alfred Barnard back in 1886.
It brings to life the industry of a fast disappearing era with stories and recollections related by retired workers, set alongside fascinating pictures of hidden corners, old machinery and whisky in the making.
This book can be enjoyed by the enthusiast and the connoisseur alike and would make a wonderful gift.
It measures approximately 31cm x31cm x2cm.
The last copy is slightly foxed from being on display and is reduced from £20 to clear.