The Joy of Mixology

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Clarkson Potter, 2003 - Cooking - 386 pages
17 Reviews
'The Joy of Mixology' is such a gem, one whose genius lies in Regan's breakthrough system for categorizing drinks that helps bartenders, both professionals and amateurs alike, not only to remember drink recipes but also to invent their own.
 

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Review: The Joy of Mixology: The Consummate Guide to the Bartender's Craft

User Review  - Marios - Goodreads

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Review: The Joy of Mixology: The Consummate Guide to the Bartender's Craft

User Review  - Theodore - Goodreads

5/5. Finally got around to reading (and more importantly, finishing) this -- one of the seminal works in the cocktail world, along with a handful of others. A must buy to be used as a reference after reading in the at-home bar. Read full review

Contents

Mixers and Supplemental Ingredients
103
Cocktail and MixedDrink Families
134
The Recipes
196
Tables and Charts
354

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2003)

GARY REGAN is the author of The Bartender’s Bible and coauthor with his wife, Mardee Haidin Regan, of The Book of Bourbon and Other Fine American Whiskeys, New Classic Cocktails, The Martini Companion, and The Bourbon Companion. He has written articles on mixing and drinking for the San Francisco Chronicle, Food & Wine, Playboy, Wine Enthusiast Magazine, Wine & Spirit Magazine, and Cheers Magazine. Gary and his wife are the creators of the e-letter Ardent Spirits and drink experts for Amazon.com’s Kitchen & Housewares store. They live in Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York.

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