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SIGNED COPY In Barmästarens Manual 2nd edition Mathin Lundgren tells of the Fundamental drink families from which most of today’s drinks derived. From these families branches drinks out himself - the classics, variants and personal creations. Once you have learned the principles of every family can begin to experiment freely on their own. In
Att välja alkoholfritt ligger i tiden, och utbudet av alkoholfria alternativ växer stadigt i butikerna. Men fortfarande står många av oss rådvilla när det gäller att kombinera drycken med mat. Vatten, äppelmust eller möjligen alkoholfri öl är nog de alternativ de flesta oss slutligen väljer. Men när man bjuder på middag
A reproduction of the 1895 edition of Recipes of American and Other Iced Drinks by Charlie Paul, with a new introduction by Dale DeGroff. From the Introduction by Dale DeGroff: “For the collector, the fascination with this book goes beyond the recipes to the illustrations. The illustrations are so detailed
• An enlightening field guide to the cocktail renaissance • Detailed descriptions of cocktails along with recipes, tips, and more. • Softcover, 200 pages • Publsihed by Springhouse Press • ISBN: 978-1940611-17-4 Art nr: 426
A reproduction of the 1927 edition of Barflies and Cocktail by Harry McElhone, with a new introduction by David Wondrich. From the introduction: “It seems to me that for a volume of drink recipes to achieve whatever portion of true greatness a work of its kind may aspire to, it
By Jeffrey Morgenthaler• Celebrated bartender Jeffrey Morgenthaler serves up pithy advice on drinking culture, understanding spirits, and making and enjoying cocktails.• Contains a dozen tried-and-true cocktail recipes• ISBN: 978-0399580550
A reproduction of the 1936 edition of The Artistry of Mixing Drinks by Frank Meier, with a new introduction by Colin Peter Field. From the introduction: “Frank Meier's The Artistry of Mixing Drinks is the work of a Master Mixologist, a bartender that doesn't have a job but a passion.
A reproduction of the 1895 edition of Modern American Drinks by George J. Kappeler, with a new introduction by Ted "Dr. Cocktail" Haigh. From the introduction: “What made George J. Kappeler's Modern American Drinks so very valuable (then and now) are the many newly-published recipes, all with the same care
The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks by David A. Embury with new introductions by Audrey Saunders and Robert Hess. From the Introduction by Robert Hess: “The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks is a telescope allowing us to glimpse across the chasm of time and get some idea of what it means
A reproduction of the 1891 edition of The Flowing Bowl by William Schmidt (aka The Only William), with a new introduction by David Wondrich. From the Introduction: “Ten years ago, when the current cocktail renaissance was more wouldn't-it-be-nice than yea-even-unto-Boise, those few of us who were obsessed with ancient recipes,
A reproduction of the 1900 edition of Bartender’s Manual by Harry Johnson, with a new introduction by Robert Hess. From the introduction: “You hold in your hands an important piece of the puzzle, perhaps as important as the Rosetta Stone which helped crack the meaning of Egyptian hieroglyphics. Harry Johnson’s
The South American Gentleman's Companion: Being and Exotic Drinks Book or, Up & Down the Andes with Jigger, Beaker, & Flask The famous exotic drinking book originally published in 1951. With introduction by St John Frizell. Hardcover with slip case, 224 pages. ISBN: 978-1-941199-01-5.