Publisher: Uitgeverij Podium B.V.
Publish year: 2012
A bit to abstract for my taste. Perhaps I am not Buddha ready.
Glenfarclas 10 years
Colour: Vibrant straw-gold
Nose: Tempting sherry-sweet malty tones combine with delicate smokiness, releasing subtle spices. Warming the glass reveals honey, vanilla and pear drops.
Taste: Delicately light, with a mouth-watering combination of maltiness, smokiness and sherry sweetness. Hints of dried fruit, vanilla, cinnamon and cloves tempt the taste buds further.
Finish: Long, smooth and spicy, with a delicious, yet delicate, lingering smokiness.
Simple, comprehensive and a good starting point for any entrepreneur or organisation looking to get a grip on their sales efforts. Could do with an update.
Successful Evolutionary Change for Your Technology Business
You should not want to read this book for the authors writing skills, because it really badly written. But if you’re somehow able to read between the lines, you’ll discover quite a few gold nuggets. Not sure if there is a 30-minutes version of this book, but if there is then skip to that straight away.
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The Glenlivet 15 years
The French Oak also increases the intensity of the whisky, resulting in a richer and creamier finish.
Colour: Deep and intense gold.
Nose: Creamy and rich with buttery notes.
Taste: Fruity, nutty flavours
Finish: Lingering trace of sweet almonds and hints of spice