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Sother Teague, one of New York’s most knowledgeable bartenders and Wine Enthusiast's Mixologist of the Year (2017), presents a brief history of both classic and lesser-known spirits with modern-day wit and old-school bar wisdom, accompanied by easy-to-mix drink recipes you’ll soon commit to memory.Better than bellying up to some of the world’s best...
@Davis221 Definitely not signed, but yes. It's a great book, and I recommend it at the end of the newsletter (along with the Sharpie Mustache). – source
Peter SudermanMar 06, 2021
The classic bar guide that launched a generation of cocktail lovers is back--completely updated.With its cloth binding evoking a Jazz Age guide to speakeasies and its charming illustrations that could have come from a period magazine, this most influential cocktail book is reissued in a newly updated edition. Spanning the cocktail spectrum from cla...
@MrNicolasDiaz Good book. – source
Peter SudermanFeb 14, 2021
Anyway, this is the Orkney Chapel, a scotch-based riff on the Manhattan, from the first Death & Co. book, one of my favorites. The recipe is online here: – source
Peter SudermanJan 08, 2021
Also recommended byAlisha Rai
At the end of this week's episode, I recommend a great way to learn how to drink more enjoyably: Aldo Sohm's new book, WINE SIMPLE. I've always found wine somewhat complex, like an RPG I just can't quite get into. But Sohm's book is a great decoder. – source
Peter SudermanFeb 03, 2020