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Summer 2018 Cookbook of the Month Cocktail Companions: SHRUBS and BITTERS

Caitlin McGrath | May 31, 201808:44 PM     38

Welcome to the reporting and discussion thread for our Summer 2018 COTM Cocktail Companions, SHRUBS: AN OLD-FASHIONED DRINK FOR MODERN TIMES, by Michael Dietsch; and BITTERS: A SPIRITED HISTORY OF A CLASSIC CURE-ALL, WITH COCKTAILS, RECIPES, AND FORMULAS, by Brad Thomas Parsons.

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