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Martini Straight Up by Lowell Edmunds
Originally published in 1998. From its contested origins in nineteenth-century California; through its popularity among the smart set of the 1930s, world leaders of the 1940s, and the men in the gray flannel suits of the 1950s; to its resurgence among today's retro-hipsters: Lowell Edmunds traces the history and cultural significance of the cocktail H. L. Mencken called "the only American invention as perfect as a sonnet."
Martini Reference To Go by Mittie Hellmich
The quintessential cocktail of mixologists everywhere takes center stage in this delicious ebook. From traditional recipes like the Superlative Martini to new classics like the fruity Pomegranate Martini, each recipe offers a delectable new way to shake or stir up this timeless libation.
Straight Up by Joel Harrison
**FREE SAMPLER** How great would it be to have access to the world's experts to help you choose the coolest and most interesting bars, wherever you find yourself in the world? Well, now you do. Straight Up is a carefully curated collection of insider tips that will allow you to discover the best drinking spots around the globe. From a 10-seat basement bar in Tokyo, to classic hotel-bar glamour and a glitzy rooftop palace in Toronto, this book will contain everything you need to drink in style, brought to you by the locals in the know. Spirits experts Joel Harrison and Neil Ridley have gathered a team of expert contributors among the world's bartending community to nose out the most interesting and characterful experiences. Throughout the book you'll also find lots of features on signature cocktails, the low-down on star bartenders, and even 'A Day Drinking in...' with the perfect city itinerary. We hope you enjoy this free sampler.
Straight Up Or On The Rocks by William Grimes
A revised and expanded social history of social drinking and the cocktail in America discusses 350 years of drinking history--from colonial taverns to today's watering holes--and features more than one hundred recipes, including many new ones, for the most interesting and enduring beverages. Reprint. 10,000 first printing.
The Shaken And The Stirred by Stephen Schneider
Over the past decade, the popularity of cocktails has returned with gusto. Amateur and professional mixologists alike have set about recovering not just the craft of the cocktail, but also its history, philosophy, and culture. The Shaken and the Stirred features essays written by distillers, bartenders and amateur mixologists, as well as scholars, all examining the so-called 'Cocktail Revival' and cocktail culture. Why has the cocktail returned with such force? Why has the cocktail always acted as a cultural indicator of class, race, sexuality and politics in both the real and the fictional world? Why has the cocktail revival produced a host of professional organizations, blogs, and conferences devoted to examining and reviving both the drinks and habits of these earlier cultures?
Shaken Not Stirred by Anistatia R. Miller
This updated edition features recipes from the world's greatest mixologists, including 107 classic gin and vodka Martinis, more than 110 Modern Martinis, and a directory of the world's best Martini lounges Shaken Not Stirred® celebrates the Martini—the quintessential cocktail, the crowning jewel of civilized decadence. Historians and mixologists Anistatia Miller and Jared Brown revise their lists of classic Martini recipes and update their roster of modern Martinis— from the Espresso Martini to the Fresh Fruit Martini, from Cosmos to MarTEAnis—to suit current taste. They also provide eye-opening, never-before-published discoveries in their history of the cocktail in both America and Europe. Over the past fifteen years the way people think about and drink cocktails, especially Martinis, has been radically transformed. In this new edition, readers can hone their bar skills with tips from some of the world's finest mixologists. They can learn how to stock a topshelf home bar as well as make infusions and special garnishes. Partyplanning advice, fun bits of trivia, a few jokes and anecdotes, plus a directory of the world's best cocktail bars, are the finishing garnish on this modern cocktail classic!
Savoy Cocktail Book by Harry Craddock
The ultimate bartender's book, this richly illustrated hardcover compilation of 750 recipes comprises non-alcoholic drinks as well as sours, toddies, flips, slings, fizzes, coolers, rickeys, juleps, punches, and other refreshments.
The Silver Bullet by Lowell Edmunds
"Exploring books, newspapers, magazines, cartoons, bartender's manuals, distillery brochures, and other documents of popular culture, Edmunds traces our attraction to the Martini back to the drink's obscure origins in the nineteenth century."--Front flap of dust jacket.
The Ultimate Little Martini Book by Ray Foley
"Ray Foley is known as the bartender's bartender. Leave it to him to take the mystery out of mixology!" -Legendary spirits master, author, and marketer Michel Roux Bartenders don't rely on just anyone to create the most classic American drink. They turn to Bartender Magazine, published by thirty-year industry veteran Ray Foley, trusted by more than 150,000 barkeeps. Now, you can get your martinis straight from the top-from Bartender and the best mix masters across America. From sophisticated to fun, this is the only martini book you'll ever need.
The Martini Cocktail by Robert Simonson
The first book in decades to celebrate and explore the history of the most iconic of classic cocktails, the martini, with 50 recipes. A classic martini includes gin, vermouth, sometimes bitters, a lemon twist or olive, and lots of opinions--it's these opinions that New York Times cocktail writer Robert Simonson uncovers in his exploration of the long and tangled history of the classic martini and its subtle variations. The book features examples of age-old recipes, such as the first martini recipe published in 1888, modern versions created by some of the world's best bartenders, and martinis sought out by enthusiasts around the world, from Dukes Bar at the Dukes Hotel London to Musso and Frank Grill in Los Angeles. In The Martini Cocktail, you'll discover everything you need to know about what components make a great martini, as well as a collection of 50 recipes to create your own drinks (and form your own opinions) at home. Praise for The Martini Cocktail “Simonson’s a fleet-footed writer, and his thumbnail history is easily satisfying without getting into the weeds. . . . This is a no-brainer for martini enthusiasts.”—Publishers Weekly “[The Martini Cocktail] delves into the drink’s fascinating history and faux histories, its spinoffs, the evolution of preferences around gin vs. vodka.”—The Washington Post “Entertaining and engaging.”—The Daily Beast “Easy-reading gusto. It covers all the bases you want it to, including origin stories, recipes and the Martini's place in popular culture.”—UrbanDaddy “The book is as beautiful as it is insightful, and Simonson does an excellent job of tracing the obscure roots of the Martini and offers a well-rounded collection of both historic and modern recipes.”—Imbibe magazine