Bordeaux: A Consumer's Guide to the World's Finest Wines [Nov 15, 1991] Rober... 0671674609 / 9780671674601 New This is a new large hardcover with dust jacket. No remainder mark. Simon & Schuster Publishing. Comprehensive guide of wine produced from 1961-1990. Ships USPS media mail with free delivery confirmation and e-mail confirmation when shipped. Arrives bubble wrapped from small independent bookstore. We love our books and want you to love them too!! Thank you for looking
Parker's Wine Buyer's Guide 6th Edition: The Complete, Easy-to-Use Reference ... 0743229320 / 9780743229326 Used; Very Good This is a very good large ( 1635 page ) paperback. Very clean and still crisp inside. Cover also very good with no creasing along spine etc. Few pages have underlined sentences or check marks. Most pages clean and unmaked. Ships USPS mail with free delivery confirmation. Arrives bubble wrapped from small bookstore. We love our books and want you to love them too!! Thank you for looking
Scott M. DeitcheCocktail Noir From Gansters and Gin Joints to Gumshoes and Gimlets Reservoir Square Books 2015 194194700X / 9781941947005 Paperback New This is a new paperback. Catering to lovers of the well-written word and well-mixed drinks, this book is a lively looks at the intertwining of alcohol and the underworld. From authors of both true crime and fictional work. Exploration of cultural influence of drinking on crime writing and history.
Sean Muldoon Jack McGarryThe Dead Rabbit Drinks Manual Secret Recipes and Barroom Tales From Two Belfast Boys Who Conquered the Cocktail World Houghton Mifflin Publishing 2015 0544373200 / 9780544373204 Hardcover New This is a wonderful, destined to become a collectible, hardcover, no dust jacket as issued by publisher. These two Belfast Boys will teach you to sling the best drink around. Full of secret recipes and fun tales, it is sure to please any bartender or drinker alike. The authors rags-to-riches story from Belfast to top pf the world bartenders, their humble beginnings started on the very land the 19th century Irish-American gang the Dead Rabbits used to roam. That is where they opened The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog, a parlor and a pub. Their drinks were rooted in century old historical recipes that took the modern world by storm.