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Category: Cooking / Beverages / Bartending
Publisher: Batty Publisher, LLC, Mark
Release Date: 10/23/2012
Synopsis: The latest spirit to ignite the taste buds of liquor enthusiasts and mixologists, mezcal, like its agave-derived cousin tequila, has grown into one of Americas preferred beverages. In Mezcal Undocumented, Louis E.V. Nevaer explores the entirety of mezcal production, from cultivating the blue agave from which it is derived to the process by which it is distilled and onward into how it is now being marketed in the United States. Alongside his investigation of the culture and history of mezcal, Mezcal Undocumented exhibits photographs of the spirit and the people who make it. The book will also include over 20 cocktail recipes created by celebrated mixologists, giving home bartenders new and innovative ways to enjoy their liquid courage. Historian Louis E.V. Nevaer is the author of two previous books with MBP: Protest Graffiti: Oaxaca and Illustrations from the Inside: the Beat within.
Weight: 20.04 oz