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Maps - at Waverley we have just two: but they are good! We have one on whisky by Neil Wilson, and Jim McEwan, and we have Clans and Tartans - also new.

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The Clans and Tartan Maps of Scotland (folded)The Clans and Tartan Maps of Scotland (folded)Our price: £7.99View The Malt Whisky Map of Scotland (folded)The Malt Whisky Map of Scotland (folded)Our price: £7.99ViewLaunched in February 2019. Also available rolled, in a tube £9.99The Malt Whisky Map of Scotland (rolled in tube)The Malt Whisky Map of Scotland (rolled in tube)Our price: £9.99ViewPrepared by publisher and whisky writer Neil Wilson and James McEwan. James is a former master distiller of Bruichladdich, and helped to developArdnahoe whisky on Islay. This map is fully updated for2019 and features every distillery in production alongwith those that have closed since 1960. This edition of the map is rolled and folded in the tube.The map size is 974 x 674mm. Tube length: 360 mmThere have been whisky maps before, but this new map is the bestavailable. With over 120 active distilleries in Scotland, Scotland is the world's largest producer of whisky, followed by the USA, and Japan. For those who love statistics, in 2008 Scotland produced 534 million litres of whisky - that's a lot of whisky. This map is in full colour, and with a wealth of distillery information on the reverse, the map gives a full view of the whisky-producing regions of Scotland.The regional boundaries of these have been redrawn in an attempt to simplify this aspect of the industry. James McEwan’s unique (and funny) notes are incorporated on the reverse, along with a distillery directory, websiteaddresses, cooperage notes, cask information, Landranger OS map references and some interesting distillery terms.The map shows distilleries that have visitor facilities, with their details on the rear of the map. So if your interest is purely academic, or that of an enthusiast andwhisky lover, this new map is ideal. We invite you to come to Scotland and put our map to the test!
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