This excellent book is only the first from Greg Dillon, one of the busiest men in the drinks industry. He works as a brand strategy consultant, writer, speaker, host and judge specialising in premium spirits. Greg is also the man behind the website and passionate about Scotch whisky…

His book can be purchased from Amazon, Waterstones and other book sellers, or even better, directly from Greg for a signed copy via – click here to order your copy today.

“The GreatDrams of Scotland is a lot more relaxed, it is a collection of personal tales, brand stories and historical anecdotes that should take readers on a journey of ‘aha’ moments and smiles in equal measures. This is for anyone remotely interested in whisky, and those looking to learn a bit more as it is written in a way that should convey the gravitas of these brands and distilleries, whilst at the same time explaining the brilliance of Scotch’s rich history.” Greg Dillon
There is a full interview with Greg Dillon about his book – click here for the feature
I read this book in one sitting and enjoyed it very much. This is one of those books for anyone interested in Scotch whisky, whether a novice and new to the golden nectar or for those who are not so new to the category and product. Definitely recommend it as Greg makes it a very easy and enjoyable read!
Personally, having worked in the drinks industry for a while now, it was fascinating to recognise quite a few of the stories mentioned, such as the story of Charlie Gordon from the family behind William Grant & Sons, justifying the trade cost increase of Glenfiddich at his yacht…or the familiarity of places mentioned in the book such as Easter Elchies House at The Macallan Distillery or working at Laphroaig’s peat bog on Islay (below picture was when I did it quite a few years back).
Here is also a link to an interview with Greg Dillon for Sky News – October 2017


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