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Anthologin

Anthologin

By (author) Samuele Ambrosi
By (author) Maurizio Maestrelli

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Publishing 13th Sep 2021
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    • Everything you ever wanted to know about gin: its rich history, curious and entertaining anecdotes, technical traits and production methods, the botanicals associated with its making, the various cocktails it’s used in, and a list of the 100 absolutely not-to-miss gins
    • Splendid illustrations full of lively details
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    Anthologin is the product of a fortuitous encounter that brought together Samuele Ambrosi, an internationally renowned, multi-award-winning barman with a stellar résumé, Maurizio Maestrelli, esteemed journalist and author of several books on beer and spirits, and Serena Conti, fine illustrator and designer whose collaborations have extended far beyond Italy's borders. It tells the fascinating story of gin, that most popular of spirits whose long, seductive history transcends aromas and flavour, technical traits and production systems. It's a story brimming with fascinating anecdotes on gin's origins and evolution, political and economic influences, and episodes involving famous figures. And it is this “behind the scenes” knowledge that renders every sip of gin so special, realisations that help us better appreciate the rebirth of mixology and the revived interest in gin. Today you hold the definitive gin guide in your hands.  

    About the Author

    Samuele Ambrosi, internationally renowned, multi-award-winning barman with a stellar résumé, Maurizio Maestrelli, esteemed journalist and author of several books on beer and spirits, Serena Conti, fine illustrator and designer whose collaborations have extended far beyond Italy's borders'.

    Specifications
    Publisher
    Guido Tommasi Editore
    ISBN
    9788867533459
    Publish date
    13th Sep 2021
    Binding
    Hardback
    Territory
    World
    Size
    240 mm x 190 mm
    Pages
    288 Pages
    Illustrations
    154 color, 41 b&w
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