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Mr. Boston Official Bartender's Guide, 67th Edition

Mr. Boston, Anthony Giglio (Editor), Jim Meehan (Editor), Ben Fink (Photographer)
ISBN: 978-0-470-46623-0
312 pages
December 2008, ©2009
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The new updated edition of America's bestselling drink-mixing guide

America's favorite drink-mixing guide since 1935, Mr. Boston: Official Bartender's Guide has been the resource of choice for generations of professionals and amateurs alike. Now this classic is better than ever, with updated information, 200 new drink recipes, and new photography. More than 1,400 recipes range from classic cocktails to today's trendiest drinks, all presented alphabetically with clear, easy-to-follow instructions. With the latest lowdown on liquors, beers, and wines, plus savvy advice on equipment, bar setup, and more, Mr. Boston has it all.

Mr. Boston, part of the Barton Brands group, has been a widely recognized name in the bartending world for more than 70 years. The Mr. Boston brand includes a range of liquors and prepared cocktails as well as this 67th printing of The Official Bartender's Guide.


A complete consumer guide to the world of wine, from the authors of the classic Exploring Wine

Exploring Wine has long been the standard wine reference for sommeliers, chefs, and culinary students. Now, the authors of Exploring Wine have at last created an authoritative wine reference specifically for ordinary wine drinkers. Drawing on their unrivaled oenological expertise, the authors deliver all the information people need to appreciate wine in all its varieties, select the best bottles at the best prices, and more thoroughly enjoy wine with food. Written in a friendly, conversational style and illustrated throughout with full-color photographs and maps, the book offers a detailed look at today's wine grape varietals, profiles all of the world's major wine regions, provides in-depth guidance on ordering wine in restaurants and pairing wine with food, and even features an extensive list of the authors' favorite bargain-priced wines.

Steven Kolpan (West Hurley, NY), Brian H. Smith (Kingston, NY), and Michael A. Weiss (Rhinebeck, NY) have been professors of wine studies at The Culinary Institute of America for nearly two decades. Together, they collaborated on Exploring Wine: The Culinary Institute of America's Complete Guide to Wines of the World (978-0-471-35295-2), now in its second edition.For information on The Culinary Institute of America, please see below.
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Bar Basics.

Cocktail Classics.







Cordials and Liqueurs.


Frozen Drinks.

Hot Drinks.

Eggnogs and Punches.

Wine in Mixed Drinks.

Nonalcoholic Drinks.



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