Dave Broom, our man from Glasgow, who took up the responsibility of tracing the map of the whisky producing regions of the world with his “The World Atlas of Whisky,” in an effort to guide all whisky enthusiasts, had written another brilliant book on whisky.
The year was 1923. The place was Scotland. The journey in question was that of Cutty Sark, not the famous clipper ship, but the whisky that is now considered by many as a great value-for-money option, especially if you like to judge a whisky by its aroma and finish. If we were to draw a parallel with boxing, Cutty Sark will stand out as a good pound-for-pound combatant.