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The American Cocktail comes to us from the editors of Imbibe magazine, and it often combines the unpretentiousness of See Mix Drink, the swank adventurism of PDT, and the photographic beauty of Bitters.
—Slate Magazine, slate.com
It's about time someone wrote a cocktail book that was geared towards both bartenders and serious cocktail aficionados and that home entertainers could relate to. Here you'll find fifty recipes that bartenders across the country have contributed--classic cocktails and modern twists on drinks your grandparents probably once enjoyed. Along with the recipes, there's a small peek into the history behind each.
—The Kitchn, thekitchn.com
This was a Christmas gift for a friend, and I cannot begin to tell you how much he loves it. Everytime we go over to their house, he brings it out and shows us what he has made... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Carol Wells
Of all the magazines that I get, Imbibe is one of the few that I save for reference. When they came out with a cocktail book, I snapped it up as quick as I could, and it doesn't... Read morePublished on December 9, 2012 by Scott Schiffmacher
I've bought several cocktail books over the past couple of years, and this is at the top of the stack. Read morePublished on December 6, 2011 by gohaiku