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Friday, February 06, 2009

Geography of Whisky

Regular readers of the blog will know that I have a long standing intention to do a unit on the Geography of Whisky.
After all, there are plenty of geographers who write about other forms of industry, and even other forms of alcohol: the brewing industry, and the geography of wine spring to mind...

This has got a little closer thanks to the arrival of a kind gift from Val Vannet. A book published by the British Geological Survey, and written by Stephen and Julie Cribb.

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4 Comments:

At 10:15 AM, Blogger Kenny O'Donnell said...

I would think this would have to be a unit that was extensively researched before completion ;-) Imagine the fieldwork :-0

 
At 12:07 PM, Blogger GeoBlogs said...

Does that mean you're offering to help Kenny ? ;)

 
At 3:09 PM, Anonymous Kevin Cooper said...

With a name like O'Donnell, Kenny would have to be biased (and would like you to spell it whiskEy) - I'm the man to help you with the research as I'm completely unbiased. My sample page for CGP was on whisky - I should try and root it out sometime...

 
At 4:21 PM, Blogger GeoBlogs said...

Ah, maybe Kevin, but Kenny lives in Scotland and possibly has the same opinion on the letter 'E' as you...
Mind you, there's more than enough for all of us !
Currently sipping my way through an Ardbeg Supernova (not right this moment though, it's not even tea time...)

 

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