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Complete World Bartender Guide: The Standard Reference to More than 2,400 Drinks Mass Market Paperback – November 1, 1993
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The standard reference to more than 2,400 drinks
Including nonalcoholic drinks
Plus drinks for dieters
Every recipe illustrated with proper glass
Learn how to create the perfect drink for every occasion
You don't need to take a mixology course to master the art of mixing drinks with style and confidence. All you need to know is in the Complete World Bartender Guide. From classic cocktails to little-known concoctions, this comprehensive reference contains easy-to-follow recipes for more than 2,400 drinks that will make you the toast of any party. This indispensable resource also includes:
- Handy tips on setting up your bar and buying the right amount of liquor and supplies
- Illustrations of proper glassware next to each recipe
- Instructions for brewing beer
- Professional tricks and shortcuts
- Drinks for dieters
- More than 200 recipes for delicious nonalcoholic drinks
- Expert advice on selecting and serving wine
- And much more!
The ultimate bar-top reference
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Top Customer Reviews
be sure to have a modern bartending book for pleasing the crowd, but this should be for secret specialties from years gone by.
Where does one find true Peach Brandy these days? Nowhere. How 'bout a recipe for making your own? It's in there. Need a recipe for making mead? Yep. It even lists Abbot's Bitters as a 'must have' for any bar, being that it's one of the "most popular". Abbott's has been defunct since the 1950s.
Definitely worth putting on your shelf along with Gary Regan's "Joy of Mixology", David Wondrich's "Imbibe", and Ted Haigh's "Vintage Spirits and Forgotten Cocktails". Get it as a curiosity, use it for making great drinks from by-gone eras!
Recipes are listed alphabetically, not by family or style, therefore this book is really only effective if you are using it as a repository of recipes & have read up on the various types & know what you're looking for in it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I're read several drinks books over the years and this one is probably one of my favs. It has alot of recipes, even the type of glass to pour it in, and even breaks down things... Read morePublished on June 13, 2012 by Ali
I've just started learning to bartend and I think this book will be pretty good. Haven't gotten to into yet but its pretty thick/big so im excited about the information its going... Read morePublished on June 9, 2011 by K-benny boy