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A fun book on cocktails with some great history and story's to go along with it. I have purchases several copies as gifts for my favorite bartenders.Published 7 months ago by David R.
Awesome book with tons of interesting insight into both common and forgotten drinks. Caution reading will make you want to consume the described subjects.Published 8 months ago by James Curran
highly enjoyable read about the start of cocktails . along with the history and story about what is being poured and what we drink . . what do I like best . . Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jim Nashville
Eric Felten was a regular contributor to The Wall Street Journal in it"s weekend edition. I loved taking a break from financial topics to learn more about the culture and lore... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Cynthia A. Battel
I am fairly new to cocktails and, after reading this book, I certainly don't feel like an expert. That being said, it is very entertaining and explains the history behind certain... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Thomas
My only complaint is this book is too short. As I reached the last few pages I found myself wanting it to go on and on--like a really good party I guess--anyway a great read all... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Amazon Customer
I seem to have hit a `boozy' streak in my reading lately, first it was dreadful Here We go then the well-written but wandering The Wet and The Dry by Lawrence Osborne and then Eric... Read morePublished 23 months ago by John the Reader