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Ted Haigh, a.k.a. Dr. Cocktail, makes his living as a graphic designer in the Hollywood movie industry and has worked on such spectacles as O Brother Where Art Thou?, American Beauty, and The Insider. He has been researching cocktails since the ’80s and has been referenced by the New York Times, Esquire, the Malt Advocate, Men’s Journal and writes regularly for Imbibe Magazine. He is a partner in CocktailDB.com, an encyclopedic database of cocktail knowledge and curator and designer of The Museum of the American Cocktail in
Overall, a great book with nice, vintage pictures and recipes to browse.
All in all, despite these few issues, I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in learning more about the hows, whys, and whens of classic cocktails.
Love this book great read with some good history behind the drinks and spirits as well as some fantastic recipes.
Excellent book with plenty of history and recipies, Unfortunately , now I need to restock our bar with the $30/ bottle , specialty ingredients. Bound so that it can lay flat. Read morePublished 1 month ago by jeffrey r olson
Very good book.Good recipes, good historys.Very accurate research from the author.Highly recommended.Published 1 month ago by Thiago
Great narrative and well described recipes. As more of the ingredients re-enter the "mainstream", more of these libations become constructable, and therefore, drinkable!Published 2 months ago by Marc Parette
Great addition to my cocktail library. Easy recipes, accompanied by appropriate pics, bar tips and lore.Published 2 months ago by On the RX
Best cocktail book I've read, vintage or modern. Use it all the time and I own both the ebook and print versions (the print edition has a good spiral binding).Published 2 months ago by SB
Have you ever heard of the Alamagoozlum or it more famous friend the Zombie?? Trust me if drinking odd things is part of your weekend out. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pete