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Nineteenth-Century Cocktail Creations

How to Mix Drinks: A Bar Keeper's Handbook

George Winter

Nineteenth-Century Cocktail Creations

Nineteenth-Century Cocktail Creations by George Winter, part of the series Classic Cocktail Guides and Retro Bartender Books, edited by Joanne Asala and Rowan Grier.

Classic Cocktail Guides and Retro Bartender Books

Series Editor: Joanne Asala

The recent cocktail renaissance has given rise to a quest for historically accurate cocktail recipes — and what could be more historic than the original cocktail recipe books, published more than a century ago? George Winter's collection, released in 1884, includes nineteenth-century versions of such classics as the Manhattan, the Mint Julep, and the Tom Collins, as well as less-familiar creations, such as the Hot Scotch Whiskey Sling and the Rum Sour. This facsimile edition, published by Kalevala Books as part of the series Classic Cocktail Guides and Retro Bartender Books, includes a resource section to help you find or recreate those hard-to-find ingredients.

Nineteenth-Century Cocktail Creations is available from Amazon.com.

ISBN: 978-1-880954-30-0

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