Remember the days when the “Old Mr. Boston De Luxe Official Bartender’s Guide” was more or less about the only cocktail book you’d ever find behind a bar? I do, and it wasn’t too long ago.Now there are dozens and dozens of new volumes on the subject, and although a number of them are little more than compilations of as many recipes, good and bad, that the author can lay his or her hands on, more than a couple of the new bar books are well worth the price.One that stands head and shoulders ...
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