101 Award-Winning Cocktails is a truly unique offering for the cocktail book genre. Each recipe is an award-winning creation from one of the world's top cocktail mixologists, accompanied by the mixologists profile, the story behind the creation of their recipes, the competition won and a 'from the horse's mouth' guide to recreating their fabulous mixes. Along with stunning full colour photographs of each drink, this book opens the door to the hitherto unseen world of the greatest mixologists, sharing for the first time ever, the very finest, award-winning cocktail creations, from the world's most talented bartending superstars. Written and compiled by Paul Martin, himself a multiple champion and cocktail mixing world-record holder. Paul has drawn on the pool of incredible cocktail mixing talent that has made up his global social circle over the last 30 years. It is his own relationship with these giants of the cocktail world that has led to them sharing their amazing, revered recipes with the general public for the first time ever.
Things move at a hectic pace in the City Across The River. With that in mind, we decided to update our popular guide to some of the borough's best drinking establishments, taking out a few that no longer quite cut the mustard and adding others that deserve your custom.
We also revisited the cover, giving it a lively new look. In this city guide are bars old and new for any temper; from highfalutin to homely, tranquil to raucous. A saloon for New York's beachcombers, one for philosophers, bars for scholarly pursuits and musical appreciation, a few for a good old-fashioned shot and a beer, and many more for crackerjack cocktails of the moment.
This updated guide to 31 bars is for the connoisseur as well as the thirsty, taking in fancy bars and dives, bars with views and bars with history, bars to play bocce, and bars to get into trouble. And, of course, there are bars to forget those troubles too.
In this compact guidebook, wine lovers will find documented facts and valuable tips all about wine. The reader first learns everything about winegrowing-the most important grape varieties, the significance of the terroirs, conventional and biodynamic forms of cultivation, vine protection, and the grape harvest. The wine cellar is the focus of the second part of the book with the basics of wine processing, barrel development, and bottle production. Traditional as well as innovative methods are described, and the reader learns how the "ideal wine cellar" should look.
A tour of the great wine countries rounds out the book. In addition to the classical wine terroirs, new regions from around the world are presented. And finally there are valuable tips for purchasing wine-and, of course, enjoying it. An indispensable book for all wine lovers! Highlights include an internationally acclaimed author; a guidebook with experts' knowledge about wine produciton, wine cellars, and the best wines in the world; coverage of new wine cultivating regions in Europe, the U.S., Australia, and Asia; high grade clothing; and a practical pocket format.