Entertaining, informative, and a great read.
Know what you are buying – or maybe not buying after reading this book.
A must have book for any Anthony Bourdain and/or No Reservations fan. Just wish it was in folio (coffee table book size) format.
Informative and beautifully made too.
How to keep that bunch of pirates you employ from making more money than you.
A fun read and excellent reference.
Excellent histories and recipes. Highly recommend !
Celebrate with martinis before,during and after reading.
Title: Spirit Of The Cane Subtitle: The Story Of Cuban Rum Author: Jared Brown and Anistatia Miller Publisher: Mixellany Limited Type: Reference (with some recipes) Binding: Softcover, Octavo, 207 pages, illustrated. Cost:$20 US REVIEWED BY: Chris Carlsson, Spirits Review.com Notes: The Spirit of The Cane is an entertaining yet nicely detailed treatise on rum and Cuban Rum […]
A relentlessly researched and full of fascinating facts for both the casual reader and scholar of spirits , I highly recommend it as a addition to your reference library.
a waste of money except for humor at the author’s expense
Bar Rescue in printed form
Pretty Basic or Bare Bones. Good for a start but hardly exhaustive.
An excellent book on how to enter and win a cocktail competition. Loads of practical and easty to remember advice. Highly recommend !
Excellent book on the wine trade and quite funny at times too !
A useful reference for those wishing to explore micro distilling – highly recommended .
A very practical nuts and bolts approach to a lot of potentially nasty and expensive problems.
An interesting guide book on all types of spirits. While not exhaustive covers most of the more common brands that you find almost anywhere.
A Truly excellent book on gin in it’s varied and multiferous aspects. Outstanding reference.
Interesting and engaging book on how Smirnoff came to be
To hell with a drinking age – it should be knowledge based (that was basically my fathers philosophy), and this book should be required reading for your exams – written, oral and practical, preferably with internships.
An excellent reference on the nuts and bolts of how to be a bartender and a very practical training manual.
The technical reference on every Scottish distillery. Amazing detail and attention to every fact you might ever wish to ken.
Mr Osborne’s style, wit, and humor makes this not only an interesting read, but a true joy. A rare example of prose and style that will delight anyone who reads and drinks – preferably at the same time.
THE book to buy if you want to understand distilling properly.
Very informative, in depth analysis of the vodka phenomenon. As easy and entertaining to read as vodka is to drink.
One of the last Whiskey books Michael Jackson wrote with chapters by other noted experts.
An excellent reference on Margaritas.