2 edition of 1700 cocktails for the man behind the bar. found in the catalog.
1700 cocktails for the man behind the bar.
R. de Fleury
As the days lengthen and the mood lifts, a whole collection of cocktails are waiting for you. So unpack the deckchairs, send out the shaker and share the ice and glasses around. It’s time to show your guest the light with some great drinks. Spring and summer cocktail recipes are ready to be enjoyed: lighter and – like the days – longer.
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De Fleury, R. ~ (Seventeen Hundred) Cocktails For The Man Behind The Bar. William Heinemann Ltd, London: The First UK printing published by William Heinemann Ltd, London In The BOOK is in Very Good++ or better condition. Slight splaying of the boards. The gilt titling remains very bright. Light offsetting to the end papers.
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if necessary INSTRUCTIONS 2 ounces INSTRUCTIONS Fill cocktail lemon juice lemon. But the man I really blame is the one behind the bar, He stands there watching, giving him drink, knowing he’s gone too far. He’s only there for the 1700 cocktails for the man behind the bar. book and couldn’t care for his life, So may it be on him, the blood of his daughter and his wife.
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Muddle mint into a shaker tin, then add ice and all other ingredients. Shake to chill and strain into a highball glass with ice. Top with club soda if desired and garnish with mint.
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