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No Reservations

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A must have book for any Anthony Bourdain and/or No Reservations fan. Just wish it was in folio (coffee table book size) format.

  • Rating: 8
  • Value: 7

The Cocktail Competition Handbook

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I wish this was written years ago. Would have saved me a lot of headaches .
It would also have been a huge benefit to some of the competitors I have seen over the many years of being a judge at competitions

  • Rating: 9
  • Value: 9

The Wet and The Dry

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Mr Osborne’s style, wit, and humor makes this not only an interesting read, but a true joy. A rare example of prose and style that will delight anyone who reads and drinks – preferably at the same time.

  • Rating: 10
  • Value: 10

Traditional Distillation Art and Passion

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An excellent, well written reference book on distilling full of good information – unlike the forest of moonshine how to books, this book is factual, technical, and probably won’t kill you. Highly recommended !

  • Rating: 10
  • Value: 9

Whisky Dreams

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Whisky Dreams is not your average whiskey book, with endless reviews of various whiskies and a selection of (the same old) cocktail recipes – far from it. Easily one of the best whisky cookbooks I have ever read.

  • Rating: 9
  • Value: 5

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