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"There are many great cocktail books, but this is the only cocktail book you'll ever need." -- Clay Risen Featuring over 1,100 recipes that span the wide world of spirits, Drink is the definitive reference guide for the cocktail renaissance. Easy-to-follow recipes sure to satisfy everyone's tastes A comprehensive guide to homemade ingredients, including infusions, shrubs, and simple syrups Detailed explanations of tools of the trade, garnishes, and ice Interviews and signature recipes from bars and bartenders the world over, from New York City to New Orleans, Belfast to Buenos Aires, and beyond Overviews of core spirits Colorful histories of classic cocktails 90+ mocktails and nonalcoholic infusions When the spirit strikes, Drink is your go-to guide!
The Essential Cocktail Book by Editors of PUNCH Pdf
An indispensable atlas of the best cocktail recipes—each fully photographed—for classic and modern drinks, whether shaken, stirred, up, or on the rocks. How do you create the perfect daiquiri? In what type of glass should you serve a whiskey sour? What exactly is an aperitif cocktail? A compendium for both home and professional bartenders, The Essential Cocktail Book answers all of these questions and more—through recipes, lore and techniques for 150 drinks, both modern and classic.
Jeremiah "Jerry" P. Thomas is considered the father of American mixology. In 1851, at the age of 21, he opened his first bar below Barnum's American Museum in New York City. After that he worked as the head bartender at hotels and bars throughout the US, he also visited Europe. Jerry Thomas was well known for his showmanship and fancy style of mixing cocktails. At some point he was among the most famous citizens of New York City. In 1862 Jerry Thomas finished his work "Bar-Tender's Guide", probably the first book of its kind ever published in the US. It contained a collection of traditional recipes as well as some of his own creations. The present book is a reprint of the updated edition of the Bar-Tender's Guide which has been published in 1887, two years after his early death.
“A knowledge-filled tome for true cocktail nerds or those aspiring to be” (Esquire), from one of the world’s most acclaimed bartenders WINNER OF THE JAMES BEARD AWARD • WINNER OF THE TALES OF THE COCKTAIL SPIRITED AWARD® FOR BEST NEW COCKTAIL OR BARTENDING BOOK • IACP AWARD FINALIST Meehan’s Bartender Manual is acclaimed mixologist Jim Meehan’s magnum opus—and the first book of the modern era to explain the bar industry from the inside out. With chapters that mix cocktail history with professional insights from experts all over the world, this deep dive covers it all: bar design, menu development, spirits production, drink mixing technique, the craft of service and art of hospitality, and more. The book also includes recipes for 100 cocktails culled from the classic canon and Meehan’s own storied career. Each recipe reveals why Meehan makes these drinks the way he does, offering unprecedented access to a top bartender’s creative process. Whether you’re a professional looking to take your career to the next level or an enthusiastic amateur interested in understanding the how and why of mixology, Meehan’s Bartender Manual is the definitive guide.
Japan's rich history of spirits is experiencing a renaissance as people the world over become increasingly infatuated with beverages made from sak, shochu, and Japanese whisky. In Japanese Cocktails, cocktail expert Yuri Kato collects more than 60 recipes for cocktail classics (such as the Hinomaru, the Yuzu Bath, and the Echo Julep) as well as original creations that infuse such non-Japanese spirits as vodka, rum, and tequila. Including the history of Japan's distinctive spirits, tips on finding key ingredients, and sidebars that cover topics ranging from cherry blossom season to Tokyo's fashion district, this handy guide offers readers a unique glimpse into contemporary Japanese culture, perfect for perusing while enjoying a delicious drink!
A Bartender's Guide to the World by Lauren Mote,James O. Fraioli Pdf
Transport your glass around the globe with more than 75 cocktail recipes from one of the world's premier bartenders. Grab your glass and let’s go! For over 20 years, Lauren Mote has tended bars and traveled the world, often as one of the only women in a male-dominated industry. She's developed cocktail recipes, sought out new ingredients, and gathered stories along the way. Now, in her first book, Lauren is inviting readers and home bartenders to pack their suitcases and come with her on an international cocktail adventure. Few bartenders can match Lauren’s encyclopedic knowledge of spirits, liqueurs, and tinctures, not to mention her originality for blending them into a perfectly-balanced drink. Once you’ve gotten a handle on the basics of bartending, and gathered your cocktail shaker along with a few other pieces of equipment, you’ll be raising your glass in no time. The recipes are organized by their star ingredients, such as agave, gin, whiskey, rum, vodka, and more. Every drink is given its own designation of standard, mid, low, or zero proof, and you’ll find a whole chapter on nonalcoholic cocktails, because Lauren feels strongly that all drinks should be prepared with care, whether they include alcohol or not. Once you’ve narrowed down the base that you’re in the mood for, let Lauren’s magnetic storytelling and gift of the gab continue to guide you. In each chapter, you’ll find a collection of Mise en Place Recipes to help you build up your bar’s basic ingredients and make Lauren’s techniques your own. With beautiful storytelling and photography, and cocktail recipes you won’t find elsewhere, A Bartender’s Guide to the World is as much a pleasure to read as it is to imbibe from.
The Complete Home Bartender's Guide by Salvatore Calabrese Pdf
Sharpen your skills and master the classics with THE WORLD’S BESTSELLING COCKTAIL BOOK—now thoroughly redesigned, updated, and with all-new, eye-catching photos. From advice on setting up your home bar and planning a successful cocktail party to selecting the right glass and choosing the right garnish in three easy steps, The Complete Home Bartender’s Guide has it all. You’ll learn industry terminology, must-have ingredients, including the six essential syrups you should make at home, how to choose a juicy lime every time, how to batch cocktails, how to chill glasses if you don’t have room in your freezer, how to create layers in a drink, and the secret to inventing memorable cocktails. Written by award-winning bartender and industry legend Salvatore Calabrese, this indispensable volume covers everything you need to know and provides recipes for hundreds of drinks—from the Algonquin and the Martini to the Negroni and Zombie—as well as new developments in the cocktail world. This book will make the perfect addition and will help you create picture-perfect drinks every time. Salvatore Calabrese is the bestselling author of 10 books and a past president of the UK Bartenders’ Guild. He has received the Tales of the Cocktail Helen David Lifetime Achievement Award and the Imbibe Industry Legend Award. He consults for select brands and judges cocktail competitions internationally. He lives in London with his wife and has three children and one grandson.
Short, long, hot, cold, shaken, stirred, alcoholic or non-alcoholic - The Bartender's Guide features over 1400 drink recipes In all. Comprehenslve and colourful, this comprehensive guide includes hundreds of drinks recipes based on brandy, whiskey, vodka, gin, rum, tequila, wine, champagne, liqueurs, calvados, and non-alcoholic drinks. From Martinis to Mudslides to Margarltas - every conceivable ingredient and combination is covered. Essential for every bar, the book features special sections concerning bar equipment, glassware, mixing te and garnishing. Also included is a complete glossary with important bar and cocktaii terminology.
Jerry Thomas' Bartenders Guide by Jerry Thomas Pdf
This 1862 classic includes the following recipes: Hints and Rules for Bartenders Cocktails Brandy Cocktail Improved Brandy Cocktail Whiskey Cocktail Improved Whiskey Cocktail Gin Cocktail Old Tom Gin Cocktail Improved Gin Cocktail Bottle Cocktail Champagne Cocktail Coffee Cocktail Vermouth Cocktail Fancy Vermouth Cocktail Absinthe Cocktail Japanese Cocktail Manhattan Cocktail Jersey Cocktail Soda Cocktail Saratoga Cocktail Martinez Cocktail Morning Glory Cocktail Crustas Brandy Crusta Whiskey Crusta Gin Crusta Daisies Brandy Daisy Whiskey Daisy Santa Cruz Rum Daisy Gin Daisy Juleps Mint Julep Gin Julep Whiskey Julep Pineapple Julep The Real Georgia Mint Julep Smashes Brandy Smash Gin Smash Whiskey Smash Fixes Brandy Fix Gin Fix Santa Cruz Fix Whiskey Fix Brandy Drinks Brandy Straight Pony Brandy Brandy and Soda Brandy and Ginger Ale Split Soda and Brandy Brandy and Gum Cobblers Sherry Cobbler Champagne Cobbler Catawba Cobbler Hock Cobbler Claret Cobbler Sauterne Cobbler Whiskey Cobbler Saratoga Brace Up Knickerbocker Pousse l’Amour Cafes Santina’s Pousse Cafe Parisian Pousse Cafe Faivre’s Pousse Cafe Saratoga Pousse Cafe Brandy Scaffa Brandy Champerelle West India Couperee White Lion Sours Santa Cruz Sour Gin Sour Whiskey Sour Brandy Sour Jersey Sour Egg Sour Toddies Apple Toddy Cold Brandy Toddy Hot Brandy Toddy Cold Gin Toddy Hot Gin Toddy Cold Whiskey Toddy Cold Irish Whiskey Toddy Egg Noggs Egg Nogg Hot Egg Nogg Egg Nogg for a Party Sherry Egg Nogg General Harrison’s Egg Nogg Baltimore Egg Nogg Fizzes Santa Cruz Fiz Whiskey Fiz Brandy Fiz Gin Fiz Silver Fiz Golden Fiz Slings Brandy Sling Hot Brandy Sling Gin Sling Hot Gin Sling Whiskey Sling Hot Whiskey Sling Rum Drinks Hot Spiced Rum Hot Rum Blue Blazer Tom and Jerry How to Serve Tom and Jerry Copenhagen Skins Scotch Whiskey Skin Irish Whiskey Skin Columbia Skin Tom Collins Whiskey Tom Collins Brandy Tom Collins Gin Flips Hot Brandy Flip Hot Rum Flip Hot Whiskey Flip Hot Gin Flip Cold Brandy Flip Cold Rum Flip Cold Gin Flip Cold Whiskey Flip Port Wine Flip Sherry Wine Flip Mulled Drinks Mulled Wine, with Eggs Mulled Cider Mulled Wine Mulled Wine without Eggs Sangarees Port Wine Sangaree Sherry Sangaree Brandy Sangaree Gin Sangaree Ale Sangaree Porter Sangaree Porteree Negus Port Wine Negus Port Wine Negus Soda Negus Bishops Bishop English Bishop Quince Liqueur Shrubs Currant Shrub Raspberry Shrub Brandy Shrub Rum Shrub Brandy Punch Punches Brandy and Rum Punch Gin Punch Medford Rum Punch Santa Cruz Rum Punch Hot Irish Whiskey Punch Hot Scotch Whiskey Punch Cold Whiskey Punch.* Milk Punch Hot Milk Punch Manhattan Milk Punch Egg Milk Punch El Dorado Punch Claret Punch Sauterne Punch Vanilla Punch Sherry Punch Orgeat Punch Curaçao Punch Roman Punch St. Charles’ Punch Seventh Regiment National Guard Punch Sixty-Ninth Regiment Punch Punch Grassot Maraschino Punch Champagne Punch Mississippi Punch Imperial Brandy Punch Hot Brandy and Rum Punch Rocky Mountain Punch Imperial Punch Thirty-Second Regiment or Victoria Punch Light Guard Punch Philadelphia Fish-House Punch La Patria Punch The Spread Eagle Punch Rochester Punch Non-Such Punch Canadian Punch Tip-Top Brandy Bimbo Punch Cold Ruby Punch Soyer’s Gin Punch Arrack Punch Nuremburg Punch Imperial Arrack Punch * United Service Punch Pineapple Punch Royal Punch Century Club Punch California Milk Punch English Milk Punch Oxford Punch Punch à la Romaine Duke of Norfolk Punch Tea Punch Gothic Punch Punch à la Ford Punch Jelly Dry Punch Regent’s Punch Nectar Punch Orange Punch Wedding Punch West Indian Punch Barbadoes Punch Apple Punch Ale Punch Cider Punch Hot Flips Hot English Rum Flip Hot English Ale Flip Sleeper White Tiger’s Milk Locomotive Sherry Drinks Sherry and Bitters Sherry and Egg Sherry and Ice Shandy Gaff Half and Half “Arf and Arf.” Absinthe and Water French Method of Serving Absinthe Gin and Wormwood Rhine Wine and Seltzer Water White Plush Rock and Rye Stone Fence Boonekamp and Whiskey Jerry Thomas’ Own Decanter Bitters Burnt Brandy and Peach Black Stripe Peach and Honey Gin and Pine Gin and Tansy Temperance Drinks Milk and Seltzer Saratoga Cooler Plain Lemonade Soda Lemonade Egg Lemonade Orgeat Lemonade Fine Lemonade for Parties Soda Nectar Nectar for Dog Days Soda Cocktail English Fancy Drinks Claret Cup, à la Brunow Champagne Cup, à la Brunow Balaklava Nectar Crimean Cup, à la Marmora Crimean Cup, à la Wyndham Rumfustian Claret Cup Porter Cup Claret Cup, à la Lord Saltoun Mulled Claret, à la Lord Saltoun Italian Lemonade Bishop à la Prusse Bottled Velvet English Curaçao Syrups, Essences, Tinctures, Colorings, etc Plain Syrup Gum Syrup Lemon Syrup Essence of Lemon Essence of Cognac Solferino Coloring Caramel Tincture of Orange Peel Tincture of Lemon Peel Tincture of Cloves Tincture of Cinnamon Tincture of Allspice Tincture of Gentian Capillaire Capillaire Ratafia Aromatic Tincture Prepared Punch and Punch Essences Essence of Roman Punch for Bottling Essence of Kirschwasser Punch for Bottling Essence of Brandy Punch for Bottling Essence of Bourbon Whiskey Punch Essence of Rum Punch Essence of St. Domingo Punch for Bottling Essence of Punch D’Orsay for Bottling Empire City Punch for Bottling Imperial Raspberry Whiskey Punch for Bottling Duke of Norfolk Punch for Bottling Essence of Rum Punch for Bottling Essence of Arrack Punch for Bottling Essence of Wine Punch for Bottling Essence of Claret Wine Punch for Bottling Essence of Regent Punch for Bottling Prepared Cocktails for Bottling Brandy Cocktail for Bottling Brandy Cocktail for Bottling Gin Cocktail for Bottling Bourbon Cocktail for Bottling
International Guide To Drinks by United Kingdom Bartenders' Guild Pdf
Many other cocktail books have been and gone, but the International Guide to Drinks remains the book used by bartenders the world over, with a comprehensive guide to the preparation of every kind of drink, from exotic cocktails to wines, liqueurs, spirits and beers. Fully revised and updated with colour photography and explanatory diagrams, the book features winning recipes from the World Cocktail Championships, and includes sections on classic and contemporary cocktails, countries and their drinks, wines of the world, spirits and beers, aperitifs and digestifs, plus a detailed glossary and table of measurement. Special features of this revised edition are a guide to the new varieties of wine that appear on supermarket shelves and a section on new spirit companies that are now at the forefront of taste. However, the basics are not forgotten. Once you have read this book you will know everything there is to know about buying, mixing and serving drinks in the best tradition of the bartenders' profession. This definitive book is as indispensable to the well-stocked drinks cabinet as the corkscrew!
All the kitchen secrets, techniques, recipes, and inspiration you need to craft transcendent cocktails, from essential, canonical classics to imaginative all-new creations from America's Test Kitchen. Cocktail making is part art and part science--just like cooking. The first-ever cocktail book from America's Test Kitchen brings our objective, kitchen-tested and -perfected approach to the craft of making cocktails. You always want your cocktail to be something special--whether you're in the mood for a simple Negroni, a properly muddled Caipirinha, or a big batch of Margaritas or Bloody Marys with friends. After rigorous recipe testing, we're able to reveal not only the ideal ingredient proportions and best mixing technique for each drink, but also how to make homemade tonic for your Gin and Tonic, and homemade sweet vermouth and cocktail cherries for your Manhattan. And you can't simply quadruple any Margarita recipe and have it turn out right for your group of guests--to serve a crowd, the proportions must change. You can always elevate that big-batch Margarita, though, with our Citrus Rim Salt or Sriracha Rim Salt. How to Cocktail offers 150 recipes that range from classic cocktails to new America's Test Kitchen originals. Our two DIY chapters offer streamlined recipes for making superior versions of cocktail cherries, cocktail onions, flavored syrups, rim salts and sugars, bitters, vermouths, liqueurs, and more. And the final chapter includes a dozen of our test cooks' favorite cocktail-hour snacks. All along the way, we solve practical challenges for the home cook, including how to make an array of cocktails without having to buy lots of expensive bottles, how to use a Boston shaker, what kinds of ice are best and how to make them, and much more.
A first-of-its-kind collection, The Brooklyn Bartender gathers 300 of the most innovative, exciting, and authentic cocktail recipes from this booming, destination borough at the height of its international popularity. Brooklyn is one of the top trendsetting places today anywhere. Its neighborhoods, artists, writers, restaurants, and, yes, drinking establishments set the pace for the rest of the nation. Brooklyn Bartender takes us behind the bar to experience 300 of the best and most inventive drinks being served today, plus tips for at-home mixologists. Organized by spirit, the recipes allow readers to replicate bartenders' signature drinks, including everything from the ornate juleps and cobblers of Maison Premiere to the party-friendly "Frozemonade" at Extra Fancy to the namesake gin cocktail of Clover Club. Additional features include "5 Takes on the Martini" and variations on other classic drinks, as well as bartenders' recommendation for events, infused spirits, and more. Designed to be the perfect bar-side companion, the sophisticated compilation will be enhanced by more than 250 photos and illustrations.