Glenrothes Selected Reserve Speyside Whisky 43% 0,7l (52,71 € pro 1 l)
Charakteristik:Farbe: Golden. Ausbau: Selected casks of our rare 1985 spirit. Besonderheit: non chill-filtered, natural colour, limited edition 1698 Flaschen.Ein weiterer sehr seltener Bruichladdich, MCMLXXXV, Edition vier in der definitiven Bruichladdich DNA Serie - für die wenigen Glücklichen, die das Privilieg haben werden, in Herz und Geist dieses großen eleganten Spirits zu sehen.Für dieses seltene limited edition release hat master distiller Jim McEwan einige der besten casks im warehouse verheiratet, aus der Mitte der 1980er Jahre - das Ende einer Ära.
Scotch Whisky, Single Malt Whisky / Herkunftsland: Schottland / Region: Speyside / Alter: 18 Jahre / Aromen: Sherry, süßlich, Honig, nussig / Geschmacksrichtungen: Orange, nussig, süßlich, Honig / Abgang: Orange, floral / Finish: Sherry Finish / Auflage: 1.500 / Trinkempfehlung: pur / Lagerungsempfehlungen: nach dem Öffnen luftdicht lagern, nach dem Öffnen innerhalb von 6 Monaten aufbrauchen, trocken, lichtgeschützt, stehend, kühl / Geschenkverpackung / Verschluss: Korken / Geschenkidee: limitierte Edition / Achtung: Abgabe an Personen unter 18 Jahren verboten!
This new second edition of South Devon and Dartmoor is part of Bradt´s distinctive ´Slow travel´ series of guides to UK regions, offering in-depth exploration of one of England´s most popular areas. Written by resident experts Hilary Bradt and Janice Booth, it is the essential companion guide to discovering not just the obvious and most popular sites, but also for getting off the beaten track and understanding what makes this gorgeous part of the country tick. Much of the information in Bradt´s South Devon and Dartmoor has appeared in no other guidebook (apart from the first edition of this book) as the authors uncover the lesser-known charms of the region as well as different aspects of the more popular places, together with colourful characters from the past, folk history, and literary links from Agatha Christie to Conan Doyle. The guide has a special emphasis on car-free travel: walking, cycling and river boats, as well as local buses and trains. Local food is covered, while accommodation and places to eat and drink have been hand-selected by the authors, from idyllically located campsites to stylish boutique B&Bs, with additional advice from a Devon-based tour operator who has personally tested many restaurants and hotels. Colourful and witty writing, along with the authors´ enthusiasm for their subject, makes the guide a pleasure to read. With Bradt´s South Devon and Dartmoor discover the region´s award-winning gin distillery and new whisky distillery; learn what really goes on at a wassail gathering; find out what you should do if you´re harassed by pixies on Dartmoor; and discover where the International Worm-Charming Festival is held. Also included are selected walking routes with maps, and entertaining and informative stories about historical characters and folklore, while small and historic little village churches, with their idiosyncratic saints and intriguing carvings, are described in loving detail. Wet weather activities are also suggested for each area.
An extravaganza of suburban noir – complete with one orgy, one brothel, and a series of firearms disputes - from Adam Thirlwell, twice selected as one of Granta´s Best of Young British Novelists. This yarn takes place in the suburbs of a giant city. In Brasilia they’re coming off their night shift; in Tokyo they’re having their first whisky sours. That’s what’s happening elsewhere in the world when our hero wakes up. Together with his wife and dog, he lives at home with his parents. He has had the good education and, until recently, the good job. In other words, the juggernaut of meaning was not parked heavily on our hero’s lawn. But then the lurid overtakes him - and whether this lurid tone is caused by our hero’s new unemployment or his feelings for a girl who is not his wife or the return of his old friend, Hiro, it’s hard to say. What’s definite is that a chain of events begins that feels to those inside it narcotic and neurotic, like one long and terrible descent - complete with lies, deceit, and chicanery; one orgy, one brothel and a series of firearms disputes. While if you start to notice minute doubles and repeats or wonder if what you took as some trick of perspective might in fact be a kink of reality, perhaps that shouldn´t be so much of a surprise.... For very possibly this suburban noir, as the story of a woebegone and global generation - and our hero, the sweetest narrator in world literature, may well also be the most fearsome. Adam Thirlwell was born in London in 1978. He is the author of two novels, Politics and The Escape, and a project with international novels that includes an essay book, which won a Somerset Maugham Award, and a compendium of translations edited for McSweeney´s. He has twice been selected as one of Granta´s Best of Young British Novelists. His work is translated into 30 languages. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Banks. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/024774/bk_adbl_024774_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.