The Complete Bartender (Updated Edition)

The Complete Bartender (Updated Edition)

Robyn M. Feller

Language: English

Pages: 512


Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

With easy-to-follow recipes, step-by-step instructions, and tips on serving.

* Exciting new drinks
* Frozen blender drinks
* Beer and wine
* Punch
* Low-calorie drinks
* After-dinner drinks
* Nonalcoholic drinks
* Hot drinks
* Aperitifs
* Holiday and seasonal drinks
* And more

Here is the most comprehensive guide to great bartending, with more than 2000 easy-to-follow recipes, including nonalcoholic drinks, step-by-step instructions, and tips on serving, party-planning, making toasts, barware lists, and more.

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relatively low in calories, and you can lower the calorie counts of many simply by using less alcohol. For instance, if a recipe calls for 11⁄2 ounces of vodka, limit it to one ounce and you’ve already cut out 32 calories if you’re using 80-proof vodka. See the index of low-calorie drinks for a representative sampling of drinks that contain approximately 110 calories or less. Refer to the recipe section for instructions on how to make them. 47 BEER B appreciation is fast becoming an American

softer and fruitier than Bordeaux, emphasizing fruit flavors such as strawberries and boysenberries; jammy, plummy and woody are other possible descriptions. Good with roasted meats and lighter dishes such as fish. Also good with cheeses and other earthy foods. 3. Rhone Wines: Made from a mix of many different grapes, depending on the region. The most common is the Syrah grape. Some Rhone wines contain up to twenty different kinds of grapes. They are typically bigger, heavier, full-bodied wines;

wines is the type of grape. The most popular are from California, which in some cases now equals and even surpasses France in the quality of wine produced. Many other states, particularly in the Northwest, also produce surprisingly good wines. Red Wines 1. Cabernet Sauvignon: This is made from the same grape as the primary grape in French Red Bordeaux, and it has the same basic characteristics—cassis, cherry, sometimes eucalyptus, woody, cedarlike. It goes with the same foods. 2. Pinot Noir:

of white and red wine, with white the predominant ingredient. The wine has all the characteristics of the white used as its base. 60 Italian Wines There are no hard-and-fast rules for wine labeling in Italy, but wines are usually named for the town near where the grapes come from. The name may also refer to the grape variety used. Italian wines go very well with most Italian foods, but they can be served as an accompaniment to any type of meal, depending on the individual characteristics of

11⁄2 oz. gin ⁄4 oz. orange juice 3 1. Fill mixing glass with ice 2. Add gin, orange juice, sweet vermouth ⁄4 oz. sweet vermouth 1 1 or 2 dashes Angostura bitters 3. 4. 5. 6. and bitters Shake Strain into a chilled cocktail glass Add ice Garnish with a cherry ABSOLUT SANTO ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3 oz. Absolut vodka dash Chambord 1. 2. 3. 4. Fill mixing glass with ice Add Absolut vodka and

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