Vodka The Complete Guide

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Frédéric Du Bois & Isabel Boons

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Lannoo Publishers
Territory: World excluding Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Switzerland & Scandinavia
Size: 195 mm x 130 mm
Pages: 256
Illustrations: 300 colour, 50 b&w

RRP £24.95

  • A clear overview of the origins, taste and aroma of Vodka
  • The next book in the best-selling series that includes Gin & Tonic ISBN 9789401425605, Tequila & Mezcal ISBN 9789401434645, and Rum ISBN 9789401450072
  • With a unique taste classification system

For a long time vodka has been more than just Russia and Poland's national drink. From Asia and Great-Britain to the United States: this fire water has conquered the world and is now the most sold spirit internationally. The term 'fire water' refers to its most distinguishable quality: a neutral spirit, without smell and with a pure taste. It turned vodka also into a bar-tender's best friend and the basis of every Cosmopolitan, Moscow Mule or Bloody Mary.

Vodka - The Complete Guide tells the whole story, from the origin and production method to an overview of the numerous vodka brands and the most delicious cocktails. The book also teaches you the best way to enjoy it to the fullest.

Frédéric Du Bois is a spirit connoisseur and owner of Miraflor, Belgium's market leader in terms of distribution of gin and vodka. He can count the industry's biggest names among his clients. Isabel Boons is a culinary journalist who previously contributed to all other four titles in the Gin & Tonic series.

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