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The Curious Bartender: The artistry and alchemy of creating the perfect cocktail Hardcover – 10 Oct 2013
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'Stephenson... looks into the history and chemistry of classic cocktails, then lets his imagination run loose' --The Times, Dec 13
'There are few books that celebrate the cocktail's gloriously widespread appeal as well as The Curious Bartender. Stephenson presents his accomplished take on mixology, taking classic cocktail and giving them a modernist twist...The hipster in your life needs this book.' --Image IRE, Dec 13
About the Author
Tristan Stephenson is a rising star in the cocktail world. He has worked with Jamie Oliver, and was a brand ambassador, training bartenders at The Ritz, among other top hotels. In 2009 he set up a consultancy company for the drinks industry Fluid Movement. From there he went on to open critically acclaimed London bars The Worship Street Whistling Shop (decorated in steampunk Victoriana style), Purl and Dachs & Sons. This is his first book.
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However, I'd imagine this would be enjoyed by more serious cocktail connoisseurs who wouldn't think twice about the more complicated recipies and have a decent collection of ingredients.
Even if you don't get around to using it, its a nice shelf filler and looks very fancy/ antique.