Mixing By the Book

Mixing By the Book
Imbibe! By David Wondrich (TarcherPerigee); Meehan’s Bartender Manual By Jim Meehan (Ten Speed Press); How’s Your Drink? By Eric Felten (Agate)
From the Feb 28, 2019, issue
When America rediscovered one of its most influential culinary forms after suffering through the long dark ages of the Kool-Aid school of mixology, with its powdered mixes, packaged juices and soda guns, most of the renaissance's proponents went to work studying dozens of classic texts. Wine Spectator's Jack Bettridge explains.

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