I especially like that the book looks good without the dust cover and will likely stand the test of time well.
Most of the drinks covered do not require very much Absinthe, and, as Simon points out, you could try every cocktail in the book using only one bottle.
It's a very attractive book, with glossy pages, handsome white-print-on-black pages, and gorgeous photos of many of the cocktails.
For those looking to explore the making and some history surrounding the drink known as the green fairy this could serve as a good starting point. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Technophile
Since Absinthe is new to me I felt it would be wise to purchase a book to help with the basics. I have found this book to be very insightful and helpful and look forward to trying... Read morePublished 10 months ago by NancBinCO
I have tried absinthe consumed as Green absinthe, sugar and ice water. Not a big fan. Looking forward to trying absinthe coctails.Published 16 months ago by Clay Loehr
All instructions are easy to follow and the drinks look great. However, most of the drinks here contain some ingredients I (and i'm sure many others) have never even heard of.Published 19 months ago by Max
An interesting collection of cocktails to tantalize your taste buds. Some I will try, some I won't bother to addPublished 20 months ago by Geraldine D. Robinson
It is always fun to find new ways to use something you love. Absinthe is very versitile, and this book offers several good coctail ideas.Published 20 months ago by sandy
It requires a lot of odd ingredients, as others have said, but it's a fun little book and I think we'll probably experiment with the drinks. It's pretty and cheerful.Published 21 months ago by Ravenlyn
I found this book to be full of great advice about what Absinthe is and how to drink and make great cocktails with it.Published 21 months ago by Brian Bowie