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.
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The Art of American Whiskey – A book review
Before I get into this review, I want to explain why I am so utterly lacking in Whiskey knowledge, when I know so much about other spirits… In the first bar I worked at, where I became a bartender and discovered my passion for the industry, we had: 5 vodka brands, 4 gin brands, 3Continue reading “The Art of American Whiskey – A book review”
The Drunken Botanist- A book review
Amy Stewart’s The Drunken Botanast conveniently on sale right now for $9 on Amazon I don’t say this about many books, but this one is hands down one of the best things I have ever read. Right off the bat, let’s get this out of the way: I recommend it. If you stopped reading right nowContinue reading “The Drunken Botanist- A book review”
Liquid Intelligence – A Book Review
Shortly after I finished reading my first alcohol book (The Drunken Botanist), I found myself desperately searching for something that could measure up to it and could teach me the things I needed to know. Upon receiving many recommendations for Liquid Intelligence, I decided to purchase it for Kindle, since I couldn’t wait for itContinue reading “Liquid Intelligence – A Book Review”
Smuggler’s Cove – A Book Review
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.