A review of The Flavor Bible by Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg. How to use it in creating new cocktails, working with the seasons, and infusing spirits.
A handy IMBIBE cocktail map to accompany David Wondrich’s book IMBIBE. This chart makes your journey into how cocktails developed way easier.
The amount of research, work, and passion that went into this project is evident in every single page and it makes me excited to read more of Mr.Wondrich’s work.
A Book Review of Tequila! Distilling the Spirit of Mexico by Marie Sarita Gaytan. A fascinating look into the history of distillation in Mexico and how it is affected (and effects) the culture and the people.
A Review of The Art of American Whiskey by Noah Rauthbaum, a coffee table book that remains informative and engaging without becoming overwhelming.
Book Review of The Drunken Botanist by Amy Stewart. An incredible, easy read that covers a wide variety of spirits and their origins.
A review of Liquid Intelligence by Dave Arnold: The most intense and scientifically oriented Cocktail/ Bar book on the market today. An incredible book for the dedicated professional bartender.
In in depth review of Martin and Rebecca Cate’s book Smugglers Cove. Based on years of experience they have assembled the definitive book on Tiki Culture.