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Tequila: A Guide to Types, Flights, Cocktails, and Bites Hardcover – February 6, 2009
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"Informative and full for recipes."
From the Publisher
* A connoisseur's guide to understanding and enjoying top-shelf tequila, with 60 recipes for drinks and tequila-infused foods.
* More than 10 million cases of tequila were sold in 2007, with the fastest growth in high-end and premium brands.
* Collects everything that today's well-rounded tequila connoisseur needs to know, from appreciating different types to preparing perfectly paired food and drinks, in one handy reference.
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I only recieved this book yesterday and I am already done. Not because I'm a speed reader and it was such a great read that I couldn't put it down; it's because this is simply not a book about Tequila. Sure it has a short ancedote on the origins of Tequila and three paragraphs on the different types of Tequila, but this book falls short in satisfying a real Tequila fan.
Seriously, there are only maybe six real pages of text in the entire book. The remaining portion of the book is essentially a "cook book" of sorts and a couple of cocktail recipes, which the discription really makes it sound like that portion of the book is an extra/add on when in reality the add-on is the so called 'history of Tequila'
Just a bit disappointed. Lesson Learned
There some nice cocktail and food recipes but overall I felt many were with unique ingredients that aren't household and/or hard to find in your normal supermarket.
So in the end I think its a good book but not any information you can't find on your own and the recipes may be more complex than expected.