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A Spot at the Bar: Welcome to the Everleigh: The Art of Good Drinking in Three Hundred Recipes Hardcover – March 7, 2017
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"The book's greatest strength is its accessibility-300-bottle backbar not required.forgoing the formulaic structure of many cocktail books today: drink beauty shot, cocktail headnote, cocktail recipe. Instead, each hero drink is illustrated with its specs written on an old business card, coaster or matchbook from a notable bar, and is then followed by an illustration and a page full of recipes inspired by that drink. It's unexpected, and it works-drawing important connections between classics and their modern counterparts." -PUNCH magazine
About the Author
MICHAEL MADRUSAN is the owner of The Everleigh in Melbourne, Australia. He worked at the famed New York bar, Milk & Honey, which he left to open The Everleigh in partnership with the late Sasha Petraske. Michael was nominated for International Bartender of the Year at Tales of Cocktail in New Orleans in 2012.
In 2013, ZARA YOUNG left London to join The Everleigh and began working alongside Michael to grow The Everleigh brand.
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The organization of recipes is thoughtful and logical. One thing that I haven't seen before (take that for what it is worth...) is they sometimes have a side note in the column that says if you swap a particular ingredient that you end up with a completely different cocktail. For example, if you swap out the gin in a Tom Collins for cognac the drink becomes a Pierre Collins. I knew that lots of drinks had the same proportions of another and that the only difference with a swap of an ingredient so it was nice to see that.
So if you enjoy great cocktails, you will love "A Spot at the Bar."