6 edition of The Book of Gins and Vodkas found in the catalog.
September 22, 1999
by Open Court
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Gins to Try Before You Die. From Adnams to Xoriguer: Beefeater to Bombay and London to Plymouth (and beyond), this new book from a best-selling drinks writer is the authoritative guide to the world of gin and a celebration of the hippest drink on the international bar scene. Gin liquor is an essential spirit for any recreational mixologist or professional bartender. The full-bodied splendor of Dutch style gins make them sip-able just on their own. The variety of flavor profiles and subtleties make gin an all-star ingredient in drinks to suit any palate. Premium gin is the heart of the ultimate dry martini.
At present, there are three gins in the range, two of which hail from the recipe book. “ Orange & Quince Gin, inspired by a marmalade recipe – or ‘marmalet’ to use 18th century terminology – Damson & Elderberry, which is inspired by a fruit wine recipe, and Parkin Cake Gin, a rich Lancashire and Yorkshire cake flavoured with. Its a good book, just the parts about genever is not treu. Genever is the grandfather of gin but the book said that a Dutch chemist and alchemist named Sylvius de Bouve, first sold genever as a medicine in the late 16th problem with this theory is that Dr. Sylvius was born in the 17th century and that during his fourteen-year tenure as a professor at the University of Leyden, his /5(34).
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The Book of Gins and Vodkas goes down as smoothly as a crisp Gin and Tonic on a sweltering July day. -- F. Paul Pacult, author of Kindred Spirits Timely, well conceived and evenhanded.
Emmons offers 'a little history' of each white spirit and explains how each is made. He describes the leading bands and offers cocktail recipes/5(3). The Book of Gins and Vodkas book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Author Bob Emmons provides expert tasting notes on gin, vodka, /5. This book provides a fascinating account of their histories. Tracing the origins of vodka to disputes between Poles and Russians, the author describes how gin was derived from a Dutch drink with medicinal properties called jenever.
He includes sales statistics and a listing of all U.S. and foreign producers of gin and vodka. Synopsis This reference aims to provide expert tasting notes on all high-quality vodkas and gins, from the most popular to the more obscure.
It describes current and historical production methods, recent trends, and the different flavouring components of these liquors. The book includes advice /5(3). The book of gins and vodkas: a complete guide. [Bob Emmons] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.
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The Book of Gins and Vodkas Bob Emmons. The Book of Gins and Vodkas will make the reader an instant expert on these increasingly popular Emmons, author of the widely-praised Book of Tequila provides tasting notes on all premium and super-premium gins and vodkas, from the most popular to the more obscure.
He explains historical and current production methods, recent trends. The Book of Gins and Vodkas by Bob Emmons,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(9). Irish Gin and Vodka are currently experiencing a boom, with a large number of new Irish Gin's and Vodka's being curated each month.
There are truly some unique and wonderfully tasting Gins in this category, as well as vodkas, and some really have to be experienced to fully appreciate.
Ohio’s Watershed Distillery makes a variety of spirits, including some very tasty gins. Four Peel Gin is the citrus-forward flagship; it was released in. In a recent post I mentioned the number of drinks it takes to become intoxicated varies depending on many factors.
One of the factors is the type of alcohol and the alcohol by volume in the drink. Below you will find some of the statistics when it comes to ABV and the proof of a whiskey, vodka. This book is a backstage pass into the world of small-scale distilling of whiskies, gins, vodkas, brandies, and more.
The reader, the ultimate spirits aficionado, will learn how water and grain are transformed into the full range exquisite, timeless liquors. There are few books available that explore the actual craft of distilling in such s: There are four popular types of gin bartenders should know: London dry gin, Dutch gin, Holland gin, and flavored gin.
The following are all London dry gins. Each brand has its own distinctive flavor that comes from a carefully guarded recipe.
Aviation: A gin distilled in Portland, Oregon, from an adventurous blend of spices from [ ]. With Gins To Try Before You Die by Ian Buxton about to go on sale, we spent the weekend reading the book to review ahead of its release.
For those familiar with the Whisky series, expect more of the same but for a different spirit, in this case gin, and for those unfamiliar with Ian Buxton’s previous books – the clue for what to expect is in the title.
This book describes the construction on an elegant, state-of-the-art fractionating still, as shown on the book cover. The glass still-head and stream-splitter require the services of a glassblower, but the copper column, boiler and cabinet can easily be made by the average handyman. Nikolai is a brand of vodka on the market in the United brand was originally launched and developed by Seagram, and has existed since at least The Nikolai brand is currently owned and produced by the Sazerac Company, which purchased the brand rights from Seagram in (along with 16 other product lines).
The sale was preceded by an announcement in late by Seagram that. another problem. The books which are found on the Internet invariably deal with the production of whiskies, a spirit which may be quite enjoyable when well prepared but which also can be harsh to the point of being undrinkable.
What has been missing is a literature dealing with the production of the very pure ethyl alcohol used for making vodka. The detail is unrivalled in any other book to date and covers cocktails, history and distilleries. At the back of the book is a catalogue of over different gins with essential info, tasting notes and reviews from Simon himself.
Definitely one to read if you want to wow party guests with your extensive gin-ery. Gin A guide to the world's greatest gins Collins Little Books - This beautifully presented Little Book is an excellent introduction to the world of gin It includes a fascinating. Given most books on the subject of Gin have been UK centric or based on the spirit’s history (be it in London or beforehand in Europe), the sharp focus on the modern gin revival and innovative American craft-gin distillers makes Teacher’s book both unique and worth seeking out.
8 Wildly Interesting Craft Gins & Vodkas. words: Emily Bell. If imitation is the highest form of flattery, let’s say variation is the highest form of fandom. Vodka The number of vodka brands, prices, and flavors can be are the ones you likely know, like Ketel One, Grey Goose, Absolut, and Smirnoff, and then there are the various.The ultimate guide to everything you need to know about gin, Gin and Tonics, Martinis and more.
From the best gin recipes, to the latest gin trends.Let’s go on to your next book, 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.
I guess the title explains it pretty clearly. It’s going right through the history of gin from its beginnings.