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Gin remained popular with the Brits, notable for its use by soldiers and colonials living in lands prone to malaria infections: gin was excellent at masking the unpleasant, bitter flavor of the. Hardback book Gin book. Posted by Laura in Books, Comics & Magazines, Books in Barnet. 27 July
“The Book of Gin is full of history that will make you grin an enchanting read.” —Cooking by the Book “Mr. Barnett takes the reader on a historic journey from the City States of Italy at the end of the Dark Ages to the gin fueled dance floors of the Stork Club and El Morocco in New York City. Gone with the Gin: Cocktails with a Hollywood Twist is the perfect read for anyone who loves cocktails and/or movies. The book opens with introductory sections on tools, techniques, and terminology, graduates to movie-themed cocktails (arranged by genres), onward to movie-related munchies, and even drinking games (Danger!/5.
Gin. Gin is a colorless spirit obtained by distilling an aqueous mixture of alcohol together with aromatic plant materials, generally juniper berries (Juniperus communis L.), to which water and alcohol and at times fruit juices, extracts, and/or essential oils of fruits may be added. A G&T remains the most popular way to drink gin, but its use is also surging in cocktails and – like whisky – as a neat drink served over ice. Multinational drink manufacturers are meeting much of.
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The Book of Gin: A Spirited World History from Alchemists’ Stills and Colonial Outposts to Gin Palaces, Bathtub Gin, and Artisanal Cocktails / by Richard Barnett Published December 4th by Grove Hardcover, pages, Hardcover and eBook Barnett gives a more complete history of gin than perhaps any other book on this list.
Whether there is life beyond the gin & tonic (yes!) The body of the book covers gins which Dave has tested four ways - with tonic, with lemonade, in a negroni and in a martini - and then scored.
In addition, each gin is categorized according to an ingenious flavor camp system, which highlights its core properties and allows you to /5(20). In GIN, Dan Jones introduces readers to the best gin makers on the planet, as well as some of the most exciting mixes that can be made from the spirit.
If you're a fan of a classic G&T and want to take things to unchartered territories, look no further/5(). $ (31 used & new offers) The Book of Gin: A Spirited World History from Alchemists' Stills and Colonial Outposts to Gin Palaces, Bathtub Gin, and Artisanal Cocktails by Richard Barnett | Dec 4, out of 5 stars Gin.
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I guess the title explains it pretty clearly. It’s going right through the history of gin from its beginnings. The book covers the early days of gin in England and how it became the drink of choice for many poor people.
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Hurrah for Gin: A book for perfectly imperfect parents. by Katie Kirby | 6 Oct out of 5 stars Hardcover £ £ 8. 49 £ £ “The first known written use of the word ‘gin’ appears in a book called ‘The Fable of the Bees, or Private Vices, Publick Benefits’ by Bernard Mandeville,” Ford says.
"Well-balanced and bracingly smooth, Richard Barnett's The Book of Gin is equal parts rich and intoxicating narrative mixed with an entertaining and wholly accessible era-spanning history of one of the world's most storied spirits."—Brad Thomas Parsons, author of Bitters: A Reviews: GIN Books.
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The Genuine Gin & Tonic Book is an original book-shaped box with an elegant design that makes it an ideal decorative object to integrate in the library or in the bar furniture of any home.
Inside, it contains the basic tools to prepare a perfect gin and tonic: the jigger (to measure the ideal amount of gin), the curled spoon to serve the tonic.
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A Quick Background on The History of Gin Sixteenth Century Netherlands. Modern-day Gin’s roots stretch all the way back to the sixteenth century in what we now call the Netherlands. Originally, the recreational juniper berry water was derived from distilled wine instead of grain.
From best-selling author Tim Federle of Tequila Mockingbird fame comes Gone with the Gin, the ultimate cocktail book for film buffs.
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In the book you’ll be able to colour gorgeous illustrations by local artist Lydia Bourhill. The gin-related drawings include the distillery’s John Dore & Co copper pot gin still and a signature gin cocktail with blood orange, hibiscus flowers, a spring of thyme and a premium tonic.
Plymouth Gin: Another variation closer to London dry than Genever but subtlety different. The only surviving example is the brand actually called Plymouth Gin, which comes in two strengths. American Style, American Dry Style, New World Gin: Somewhat ill-defined till now, but rapidly emerging category of gin.
Loving gin does not mean that you'll like this book however. I'm not a fan of blogs and although I'm a parent, I'm not particularly interested in reading other people tales of parenting woe.
Gave up two thirds of the way through as I found it repetitive & not particularly clever or funny/5.Boston Book Fair Selections For over 60 years we have dealt in Antiquarian books, pamphlets and manuscript materials specializing in North America.
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But this book really is a step above: readable, full of facts, inspiring and motivating. So pleased that this resource exists! flag 4 likes Like see review. Kaley rated it it was amazing/5(77).