Death & Co Book LaunchDavid Kaplan: I love the romance and beauty of cocktail culture and didn't see it represented in the range of books that were out. There are some fantastic books on technique, cocktail history, spirit production, and books of recipes but not so many, or any that I saw, that give you the look and feel of being in a cocktail bar. They give you a look and feel in to the life of the restaurant, on both sides, from a guest's experience and what it is to run the restaurant. I wanted to accomplish the same. We also set out to speak about what it is to really create cocktails, and hopefully empower the reader to do so for themselves, or at least be able to reinterpret our recipes for what they have in their home bar, or get inspiration for their own cocktails. DK: The rise in cocktails is directly related to the rise in great food. If a town has an exceptional restaurant scene a good cocktail scene is sure to follow.
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If you take that idea and look at other cocktails, eeath the largest portion of the book wordwise at least. Learn more - opens in a new window or tab. Yes, you start to recognize that in surprising plac. A beautiful read as well but that's just their style.
So, safe to say I'm an enthusiast. This book only deepens that regret, as their commitment to quali. Great recipes; the intro and the writing are wonderful too. It broke through a few barriers that I think cocktail books had been facing!
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Modern Classic Cocktails. The heavy stock is sturdy, weighty, and of a size more suited to an ancient tome than to a cocktail recipe guide. The stories and small asides and footnotes that comment on the recipes or the run of an average day at the bar flesh out an already informative work and turn it into a fascinating read, full of fascinating drinks. The split base cocktail not just doubles but triples down on the agave flavor, adding in agave nectar along with the tequila and mezcal. A few dashes of angostura bitters and a flamed citrus twist garnish which was alternatively a chore and a delight to learn for a novice like me perfect a twist on an old classic.
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