Category : Book Reviews
A valuable resource for bartenders, Spirit of the Cane also provides travellers with an itinerary of places to visit, rums to taste and cocktails to drink.
Jim Meehan was in London this week with Banks Rum to launch a new book, Punch: A Voyage of Discovery, and we have a couple of signed copies to give away.
It’s Christmas so booze books are coming out thick and fast, but in our eyes you can never have too many. Booze isn’t going anywhere, we so better learn how to use it properly.
Salvatore Calabrese (aka The Maestro) isn’t one to muck about, nor do things in halves. So, when we heard that he had launched an updated and expanded version of his already popular book “Classic Cocktails” we thought, yes, let’s have us some of that.
If you don’t know about Emma Stokes aka Gin Monkey then we take it you don’t like gin or you’ve never been to Casita (shame on you).
It’s safe to say that Dre Masso is a bit of ledge with 20 years of experience working in the industry, starting as a pot collector and going on to be trained and work with the top dogs in the industry at the world’s most iconic bars.
Shawn Soole and Nate Caudle run Little Jumbo, Canada’s hottest bar right now, and have now released their first book, Cocktail Culture.
This is not your typical ‘bartender’ book. In fact The Long Pour maybe responsible for the biggest surge in teenagers wanting to be bartenders since Cocktail.
Since its launch last year, copies of Jim Meehan’s first cocktail book have been harder to find than a successful American Tiki team.
In Chasing the White Dog, Watman chronicles his own attempts to distil moonshine (something that is illegal in the US under any circumstances, and carries heavy federal penalties if you are caught).