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The Impossible Collection of Whiskey

Whiskey lovers rejoice, book publisher Assouline has introduced the ultimate book for whiskey aficionados. Penned by spirits specialist Clay Risen, The Impossible Collection of Whiskey is presented in a wrought-iron trimmed wood box modeled after an authentic whiskey barrel. Measuring W 17.9 x L 20 x D 3.5 in, and weighing in at a hefty 20lbs, the book covers 100 elite whiskies, and features more than 150 illustrations and images printed on top-shelf stock. It includes white gloves and a signature canvas bag.



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