Esquire Drinks: An OpinionatedIrreverent Guide to Drinking With 250 Drink Recipes



Esquire Drinks: An OpinionatedIrreverent Guide to Drinking With 250 Drink RecipesNearly Every Crucial Fact Regarding Cocktail Constructionis Elevated By Wondrich S Erudite And Estimably Sharp Wit Wine SpiritsAnyone Can Lift A Glass But Drinking With Class, Taste, And Wisdom Is A Completely Different Matter David Wondrich, Esquire Magazine S Renowned Drink Pundit, Is Here To Remedy That Sad Situation And Restore A Tradition Of Intelligent, Sophisticated Drinking Wondrich Simply Provides The Liveliest History Of Drinks Imaginable, Serving Up Wit And Wisdom That Will Help You Sort Out The Classic From The Crass And Master The Fundamentals Of Mixology The Highlight The Delicious Drinks Themselves The Recipes, With Loads Of Information And Variants, Appear On Pages Brightened With Vintage Photos That Perfectly Capture The Spirit Of Each Cocktail There Are Daiquiris, Amusingly Named Gin Drinks Like William Seabrook S Asylum, A Whiskey Sour, Margarita, Vodka Martini, And A Barfull

Born on the banks of the Monongahela Raised in major urban centers Ex bass player, ex English professor, ex ragtime writer Mixographer Brooklynite Likes port and Stilton and Artemus Ward.

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  • Hardcover
  • 192 pages
  • Esquire Drinks: An OpinionatedIrreverent Guide to Drinking With 250 Drink Recipes
  • David Wondrich
  • English
  • 04 January 2018
  • 1588162052

10 thoughts on “Esquire Drinks: An OpinionatedIrreverent Guide to Drinking With 250 Drink Recipes

  1. Nathan says:

    I don t think I ve ever read a drinks booksnobby and superficial than this one Even the Mr Boston one, which is like talking with your rich great uncle Howard about drinking I hadn t gotten ten pages in and I was already reading for the twentieth time how careful I have to be that I don t end up at a bar drinking one of the many, MANY drinks that Esquire and or David Wondrich feel are not cool enough or not manly enough to drink They didn t even want to discuss the possibility of a Rom I don t think I ve ever read a drinks booksnobby and superficial than this one Even the Mr Boston one, which is like talking with your rich great uncle Howard about drinking I hadn t gotten ten pages in and I was already reading for the twentieth time how careful I have to be that I don t end up at a bar drinking one of the many, MANY drinks that Esquire and or David Wondrich feel are not cool enough or not manly enough to drink They didn t even want to discuss the possibility of a Romulan Ale or what might go into it, because god forbid anyone notice and think you might be gasp a nerd Any color other than goldish or brownish or clearish obviously means you re a juvenile and callow youth who s emotionally still in kindergarten obsessed with the color wheel And if it doesn t have some hip, swanky story about Hemingway or Sinatra or someone, then they ll leave that drink out, too, or make a hip swanky story up I guess maybe this snobbery goes over better with their target audience, but if so, then I thank the powers that be that I m not in that audience I seriously just closed it and stopped reading after the hundredth time they warned me about a drink that will not impress people I ve read better drinks commentary on menus at dive bars

  2. Jesse De Angelis says:

    This is the most 2002 book I have ever read That said, it s still a very fun read.

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