Possibly my most thumbed through tome in my collection, today I will be covering and reviewing “Imbibe!” by David Wondrich.
The blurb says “A lively, historically informed, and definitive guide to classic American mixology” and that’s exactly what it is.
Read more about this book after the break.
I travelled to London bridge on the weekend to buy some spirits and stuff including cocchi americano!
You can read about that and the rest of my travels in the area in the rest of the post! 🙂
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Exciting news, I have just bought a new camera!
Here is a picture of it..
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Today I have something special, a video of me making drinks!
Video after the jump.
Hello! Apologies for the time it has taken me to post something new, the last couple of months have been extremely busy for me. But just like the prodigal son, I have returned, with a brand new section no less. I will attempt over the next few months to visit as many distilleries as possible and talk a little about spirits I have tried and tasted. Today I will be covering plymouth gin.
Rum, a drink celebrated for years for its delicious versatility, drank by all manner of people throughout history; politicians, spies, sailors, colonists, hollywood stars, slaves, soldiers and more. I hope to take you on a journey through the history of rum and what made it what it is today
In the Previous Part we touched on the history of vermouth, but how does that apply to now? What is the modern definition of vermouth?