"Brilliantly researched and gripping" (Book of the Week, Daily Mail
"Fascinating and well illustrated" (The Times
"fascinating…With its crystal clear prose, thoughtful research and some superb photographs this book – like the whisky – is a real treat" (We Love This Book
"Extraordinary" (Ship Management International Magazine
"Engaging" (Mail on Sunday
The Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton is best known for his heroic expeditions in the early part of the 20th century, for his book South,
and for being a key member of the The Royal Geographical Society. But in 2010 tee-totaller Shackleton became almost better known for a one-hundred-year-old unique old scotch whisky.