The Official Harvard Student Agencies Bartending Course, 3rd Edition

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St. Martin's Press, Jan 15, 2000 - Cooking - 224 pages
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You might say that after certifying 60,000 individuals in the art of drink mixing, the folks at Harvard Student Agencies know how to make a Martini. Or a Stinger. Or a Sloe Comfortable Scr...Well, you've probably heard of that one. But did you know that the name tells you how to make the drink? Sloe refers to sloe gin, comfortable refers to Southern Comfort, and so on. That's just one of the innumerable tips you'll find in The Official Harvard Student Agencies Bartending Course. Based on their wildly popular course, the book takes the most ignorant imbiber and turns him or her into a sauce-slinger extraordinaire, ready to go out and get that dream job as a bartender.

This guide includes:

-Basic bar setups, tools, and helpful procedures
-Recipes for the most popular mixed drinks, punches, and nonalcoholic alternatives
-How to throw a fabulous cocktail party
-Hints on the job hunt
-Legal responsibilities of the bartender
-Illustrations and bonus information throughout

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User Review  - erikssonfamily - LibraryThing

A great simple book about bartending and its various rules. It also has a long chapter filled with recipes. Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Harvard Student Agencies, Inc., run by Harvard students, has graduated over 60,000 mixologists from its bartending course and also produces the bestselling travel series Let's Go. It is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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