Complete Book Of Mixed Drinks, Revised (Paperback) by Dias Blue
Paperback; Published 10/17/2002; 368 Pages; ISBN 9780060099145
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With more than 100 new recipes for cocktails, mixed drinks, and non-alcoholic beverages, this revised edition of Anthony Dias Blue's classic guide fills us in on what we need to know: how to stock a bar, listing alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages by probable frequency of use; bar and cocktail definitions--learn the difference between a julep and a smash, a toddy and a flip--calorie charts, mixology tips, and an illustrated description of glasses.
Organized by spirit, each chapter is introduced by an accessible and eloquent essay. Discover more than 1,000 recipes for cocktails. Classics, Creative Concoctions, Signature Drinks, Tropical Drinks--everything from the popular Martini and Coco Loco to Trader Vic's West Indian Punch, Midori Sour, and a Velvet Hammer. Whether entertaining, bartending, or simply relaxing with a favorite drink, this is a must-have book.
I wanted to learn how to make a martini. This book contains several martini recipes, plus recipes for just about every mixed drink ever concocted. A great reference book for your bar, especially if you're a novice like me. D. Taylor Sherwood, AR
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