The Art of the Bar: Cocktails Inspired by the Classics

By the bartenders of Absinthe Brasserie Bar in San Francisco.From Tokyo to New York, a cocktail renaissance is happening as bar chefs create delicious elixirs worthy of their kitchen counterparts An epicenter of this barroom artistry can be found at the Absinthe Brasserie Bar in San Francisco, the city that spends money per capita on alcohol than any otBy the bartenders of Absinthe Brasserie Bar in San Francisco.From Tokyo to New York, a cocktail renaissance is happening as bar chefs create delicious elixirs worthy of their kitchen counterparts An epicenter of this barroom artistry can be found at the Absinthe Brasserie Bar in San Francisco, the city that spends money per capita on alcohol than any other in the country.Bartenders Jeff Hollinger and Bob Schwartz share their artisanal approach for stunning creations that unveil a new spectrum of flavors Fresh herbs and even aromatic lavender are deftly used to augment classic and new cocktail recipes Syrups and mixes are carefully crafted from scratch, ensuring small batch perfection and a harmony of flavors Hollinger and Schwartz also share the colorful anecdotes behind the 21 Hayes, Ginger Rogers, and other signature cocktails created at Absinthe.Acclaimed photographer Frankie Frankeny captures their virtuoso mixing performances with a refreshing take on the cocktail, creating a showpiece for any living room.
The Art of the Bar Cocktails Inspired by the Classics By the bartenders of Absinthe Brasserie Bar in San Francisco From Tokyo to New York a cocktail renaissance is happening as bar chefs create delicious elixirs worthy of their kitchen counterparts An e

  • Title: The Art of the Bar: Cocktails Inspired by the Classics
  • Author: Jeff Hollinger Rob Schwartz Georgeanne Brennan Frankie Frankeny
  • ISBN: 9780811854986
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “The Art of the Bar: Cocktails Inspired by the Classics”

    1. Very interesting. Gave history of cocktails and reasons for different ingredients. Well laid out with great photos and recipes.

    2. So far, this is the best printed collection of tincture and syrup recipes I've found. A great source of inspiriation. The photos are great.

    3. Looking at this book makes me thirsty. It's a little too fancy for me, though. Plus it leaves out the Gimlet, which is a crime.

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