The World of Cognac is a carefully researched study about the history and culture of Cognac – the most revered spirit in the world. Ranging from historical brandy anecdotes dating back to the 7th century all the way up to our modern-day cocktail culture, this is cognac's story. The author explains where cognac originates from, how it's made, the people involved, as well as the classification and age, the art of tasting and most importantly of all, choosing and storing one's cognac. A comprehensive list of cognac houses are featured, providing an informative overview of many of the brands and a selection of their current products.
"The World of Cognac is a gorgeous, inspiring and informative book, and it’s little wonder that it began by winning a prize. More will come, I’m sure." - Mike Gerrard, Travel DistilledLearn More
A fully revised and updated edition of this classic guide to rowing from sporting and Olympic legend, Sir Steve Redgrave.
This is a book for rowers of all levels who want to learn from the best and aspire to perform to the best of their abilities.Learn More
Available in August
Now in its Third Edition, this book continues to be unique in the history of sporting literature: the first and only one ever to embark on a comprehensive survey of the gameshooting scene both as it was and as it stands today.Learn More
DUE: JUNE 2018
Best-selling author George Daniel shares expert tactics and techniques for a new generation of nymph anglers. He covers specialized equipment, flies, and presentations, focusing on advanced lessons and tips for anglers with a solid grasp of fundamentals. Important technique sequences and fly patterns are photographed in detail.Learn More
DUE: JULY 2018
Every fly fisher knows how crucial leader construction and knot tying are. But with continual changes in line technology, what served as effective leader and tippet connections a decade ago might not be optimal now.
By updating the original Orvis Streamside Guide to Leaders, Knots, and Tippets, this handy take-along book addresses the technical issues surrounding leaders and connections in relation to state-of-the-art line materials and types, and details the best overall knots for fly-line connections. Staying connected to the fish just got easier!Learn More
DUE: JULY 2018
Backpacker The Survival Hacker’s Handbook provides detailed instruction on how to use everyday items to survive in extraordinary circumstances. Sure, the quirk is here. For instance, learn how to make a fishhook out of a beer can, start a fire with hand sanitizer, or purify water with bleach. But it goes beyond the quirk to identify real solutions for real scenarios—with real items you carry with you.Learn More
Available in 2019
Eat Drink and be Sherry highlights the world’s most underrated fine wine.Sherry is a magnificent multi-faceted wine now very much on the ‘up’ as a popular drink and this fascinating and accessible behind the scenes ‘update’ will be of great interest to all who love good food and wine.Learn More