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A taste for absinthe

R. Winston Guthrie

A taste for absinthe

by R. Winston Guthrie

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Published by Clarkson Potter in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cocktails,
  • Absinthe

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementR. Winston Guthrie, with James F. Thompson, and Liza Gershman.
    ContributionsThompson, James F., Gershman, Liza.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTX951 .G845 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23872377M
    ISBN 109780307587534
    LC Control Number2009045578
    OCLC/WorldCa465330305

    The book contains about 40 different recipes using absinthe. You'll find recipes for cocktails, starters, main courses and desserts. Apart from the recipes, the book also tells a family story because both authors, Aurélie Brunner (culinary blogger) and Yann Klauser (director of the absinthe museum in Môtiers), are second cousins.   Absinthe, as Elliott notes in his tips on how to best enjoy the spirit, is meant to be mixed and diluted. On its own, absinthe is just too potent at plus proof to glean any flavor nuance or.

    This large coffee-table style book about absinthe is one of the very first in depth books to cover absinthe's history and the art and lore around it. Heavily illustrated with photos, posters, labels and magazine prints it covers everything from the rise of absinthe, going through it's entire history and ending with the fall when the bans spread.   Absinthe Cocktails and A Taste for Absinthe are clearly the best absinthe cocktail books on the market. I can see A Taste for Absinthe as being a great coffee table book, but it's almost too nice to put too close to the worktop when you're preparing a cocktail. Absinthe Cocktails is more compact and you could take it out with you when bar-hopping.

      Many of these magical concoctions can be found in the new book, A Taste For Absinthe, from R. Winston Guthrie, the man behind In addition to 65 cocktail recipes making use of the myriad absinthes now available to us, A Taste For Absinthe also features a comprehensive buyer's guide for absinthe purchasing, insight from leading cocktail experts, and . This version appears in the two Absinthe cocktail books published in A Taste for Absinthe and Absinthe Cocktails. One of only seven cocktails written up in both books, this is obviously an important absinthe cocktail (incidentally these books define the dash of absinthe as being four or eight drops).


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A Taste for Absinthe 65 Recipes for Classic & A taste for absinthe book Cocktails: A Book By - R. Winston Guthrie - with James F.

Thompson - Photography by Liza Gershman. Many of them are not simple and require rather obscure/expensive/rare ingredients. This is not to say the book is bad, but it merely posits different ways in which to enjoy such an iconic drink.

The beauty is that absinthe can still be best enjoyed with ingredients found in every and water/5(51). A Taste for Absinthe pays homage to the Green Fairy with a thoughtful mélange of history, images and recipes (more on these, below).

From typography to page design to beverage images, the book is meant to be savored by the eye/5. One of the first ones I tried from "A Taste for Absinthe" was the "Green Goddess" - a wonderful mix of cucumber vodka, basil, absinthe, and thyme - it makes for light and refreshing summertime cocktail/5(28).

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Enjoy stories and historical facts about the world’s most notorious drink. A Taste for Absinthe celebrates this storied and complex liquor by bringing you 65 cocktail recipes from America’s hottest mixologists to enjoy as you discover the spirit that has fascinated artists, musicians, and writers for : Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale.

More than just a recipe book, A TASTE FOR ABSINTHE has plenty of information on absinthe’s rich history, tips for buying and using accoutrements like absinthe glasses and spoons, a how-to on executing your own absinthe drip, and a guide to the best-quality absinthe (both imported or domestic).

The first one, A Taste for Absinthe, written by R. Winston Guthrie with James F. Thompson, has just been launched in North America, and it's a clear step up from the books I reviewed six months ago. Winston Guthrie is an absinthe expert and the founder of The Absinthe Buyers Guide.

The Guide itself is a litte out-of-date for Americans (with. "A TASTE FOR ABSINTHE" cocktail book wich has been around for over a year finally arrived on the shelf of Bar Trench. The book is written by R.

Winston Guthrie (From ) with James F. Thompson. A taste for Absinthe has 65 recipes from classics to moderns cocktails made by many Top Mixologists in America, and it gives you an easy to understand explanation about the. This Book Is Awesome. Take a Little Imagination, a Restless Spirit, a Smidgen of Voodoo, a Sip of Absinthe, and You Have a Wonderful Mystery.

I loved everything about the story, the ghost, the voodoo, the Absinthe magical elixir, the characters including Sharie, and Bash, their families, the close connection between everyone, including the reference to Madame Leveaux, and everyone else's /5.

The first one, A Taste for Absinthe, written by R. Winston Guthrie with James F. Thompson, has just been launched in North America, and it's a clear step up from the books I reviewed six months ago.

Winston Guthrie is an absinthe expert and the founder of The Absinthe. Absinthe’s renaissance is quickly growing into a culinary movement. The “Green Fairy” is now showing up on cocktail menus at chic restaurants around the country.

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Winston Guthrie and James F. Thompson (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products!Ratings: 1. Moss used the Savoy Cocktail Book and ’s A Taste for Absinthe to crunch some numbers; over the years, bartenders have increasingly paired absinthe in cocktails with sugar/simple syrup and lemon/lime.

And while its use in absinthe cocktails has decreased, gin is still a popular complementary spirit. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages: color illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Absinthe primer --Absinthe classics --Fruit & citrus --Whiskey & gin --Liqueurs & bitters --Modern classics & cutting sibility.

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Up to $15 (1) $15 to $40 (5) $40 to $60 (9) Over $ (3) The alphabet book of absinthe brands from the leter A as in Amourette to the letter B as in Berger.Tasting notes: Nothing like the anise-rich Spanish style one might expect.

Undiluted, the absinthe has a creamy, honeyed nose, and an unusually yellowish colour (less golden than it appears in the photographs). When iced water is added, the absinthe louches only faintly and a distinct wormwood aroma develops.Absinthe’s renaissance is quickly growing into a culinary movement.

The “Green Fairy” is now showing up on cocktail menus at chic restaurants around the country. A Taste for Absinthe celebrates this storied and complex liquor by bringing you 65 co.