Post by Niko Neefs, Osaka
We don’t like to blow our own horn, so we’ll keep this brief. On April 4, the most in-depth book on Japanese whisky ever attempted in any language (this one happens to be in English) will go on sale. Published by Cider Mill Press and written by our head honcho, Stefan Van Eycken, it’s 400 pages chock-full of information with new insights and data on almost every page. The result of more than a decade and a half of immersion in the Japanese whisky scene and based on archival research and countless hours of interviews with distillers past and present, this beautiful full-colour book is available from the usual suspects (online bookstores and the better bookstores in your neighbourhood) for 35 USD or less, depending on where you look.