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Mixing drinks

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  • Mixing drinks

    Now that you've moved home and settled in I'm sure you'll be thinking of holding parties and entertaining, so why not take my advice ...
    Some three decades ago I became interested in mixing drinks.
    I went through many books, the internet wasn't even a sparkle in the inventor's eye - he was still in nappies I suspect; eventually arriving at the following which I have found excellent.
    It is informative, by not just giving recopies but telling you the reason as to why you should or should not mix certain drinks together.
    It even has a section on non alcholoic drinks too.
    If you can get a copy, as I know it has been discontinued and reintroduced at least once in the intervening years, do so it truly is worth its weight in myrrh.
    Title: The Fine Art Of Mixing Drinks
    Author: David A Embury
    Publisher: Faber
    ISBN: 571 05412 9 (paper back) or 571 03385 7 (hard back)

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    Re: Mixing drinks

    I think we could do with that in our house!


    • #3
      Re: Mixing drinks

      Go to it, you won't regret it.