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Mezcal: The History, Craft & Cocktails of the World's Ultimate Artisanal Spirit by Emma Janzen

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  • ISBN 10 0760352615
  • ISBN 13 9780760352618
  • Published Jul 14 2017
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 240
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Voyageur Press

Publishers Text

Produced in Mexico for centuries but little known elsewhere until recent years, mezcal has captured the imagination of spirits enthusiasts with its astonishing complexities. And while big liquor is beginning to jump aboard the bandwagon, most mezcal is still artisanal in nature, produced using small-batch techniques handed down for generations, often with agave plants harvested in the wild.

?Join author Emma Janzen as she presents an engaging primer on all things mezcal: its long history, the craft of distilling it, and a thorough guide to many of the most common agaves used in production and how they shape the resulting spirit. In addition, top mezcal bars across the United States and Mexico contribute a selection of nearly fifty cocktails that accentuate its distinguishing qualities. Beautifully produced and authoritatively written, this is the definitive guide to exploring and unraveling the mysteries of this extraordinary handcrafted spirit. An Editors’ Pick for Amazon Best Books of the month of July 2017.