£1,250.00

The Art in Whisky takes readers on a breathtaking visual tour.
Celebrate the fascinating world of whisky production with this extraordinary monograph.

A limited and numbered edition of 250 copies, hand bound in copper and calf skin, presented in a bespoke leather and suede clamshell case.

Already a collectors item, this sculptural statement piece is set to grace some of the elite coffee tables around the world. Even closed, this book is a joy to behold.

Features

Limited to 250 hand numbered copies worldwide.

Foreword by Richard Paterson, Master Distiller – featuring his own copperplate penmanship.

256 pages on premium velum, uncoated paper.

Over 350 evocative & unique, images.

Hand bound in black calf skin leather and burnished copper, with debossed details.

K-Bind® layflat binding for seamless images.

Luxurious finishing details throughout.

Presented in a bespoke, hand crafted, calf skin leather clam shell box with suede interior.

14” x 14” | 350mm x 350mm

A Visual Masterpiece

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Future Releases

The Art In Whisky is the first of many projects to come, all with the same ultimate goal of conveying the true essence of something unique, to you, our passionate readers.

Our promise: whatever our future endeavours may be, the input will always be authenticity, and the output will always be luxury.

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Tequila

This future publication will offer a rare glimpse into the creation of Mexico’s famed native spirit. With a history that can be traced back to the Maya’s and Aztec’s, this fermented beverage preceded the European colonisation of Latin America by hundreds of years.

Bourbon

The story of bourbon is a tale of American innovation, industry, and expertise. Join photographer Jon Purcell on a stunning visual journey from farmstead to bottle and bar, evoking the heritage and tradition of this fine craft.