Mr. Boston Official Bartender's Guide

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Wiley, May 16, 2012 - Cooking - 352 pages
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For 75 years, Mr. Boston has been America's bestselling drink-mixing guide

Every bartender's favorite drink-mixing guide is better than ever in this all-new edition. This guide features new cocktail recipes from well-known mixologists, easy-to-use information on equipment, guidance on building your pantry and purchasing ingredients, helpful tips and techniques, and new photographs that showcase the beauty of the finished cocktails.

  • Includes 1,500 drinks ranging from classics like The Old-Fashioned Whiskey Cocktail and The Martini Cocktail to regional favorites like the Ramos Gin Fizz and the Mint Julep to contemporary drinks like the Limoncello Sour and the Stone Wall
  • Features new photography and nearly 200 new recipes for today's bartenders, including cutting-edge cocktails with sake, absinthe, infused spirits, and other contemporary flavors from the top mixologists
  • Covers nearly every cocktail imaginable, from classic martinis to trendy cosmopolitans to holiday eggnog
  • Updated with a new glossary for easily accessible descriptions of hundreds of spirits from the familiar to the obscure

From bar chefs to cocktail party hosts, Mr. Boston: 75th Anniversary Edition remains the most trusted guide for your bar.

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About the author (2012)

Mr. Boston" is part of the Barton Brands group, and has been  a widely-recognized name in the bartending world for over 70 years.  "Mr. Boston" has  consistently outsold and outlasted other bartending books with 66 printings, and  Barton Brands  features a range of liquors and prepared cocktails. 

Anthony Giglio  is the author of "Cocktails in New York: Where to Find 100 Classics and How to Mix Them at Home," as well as the  editor of two of Master Sommelier Andrea Immer’ s popular wine books.  His articles have appeared in "Esquire," "Details," "Boston Magazine," "Mademoiselle," "Marie Claire," and "Worth," and  he contributes to and lectures on behalf of "Food & Wine" magazine.

Rick Rodgers is a renowned cooking instructor and radio and television guest chef who has written dozens of books on virtually every cooking subject, including his best-selling 101 series, and the IACP Cookbook Award nominees "Kaffeehaus" and "The Carefree Cook". Rodgers has also written more than ten titles for a Williams-Sonoma series, as well as Tips Cooks Love by Sur La Table. Rodgers lives in the New York City area.

BEN FINK is an award-winning photographer whose work has been featured in Saveur, Bon Appetit, and Food & Wine magazines, as well as in several books, including the James Beard Award-winning Artisan Baking Across America. He is a member of Who's Who in American Photography and resides in New York City.

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