The Art of Blending and Compounding Liquors and Wines by Jospeh Fleischman

FIRST EDITION, 1865. 

In Fine Condition and distilled in the imbibed practices of time, this remarkable book was signficant in the history of the art of drink. 

 

Published in 1865 in New York by Dick & Fitzgerald Publishers of 18 Ann Street, "The Art of Blending and Compounding Liquors and Wines, [shows] how all the favorite brands and various grades of whiskeys brandies wines &c &c are prepared by dealers and rectifiers for the trade giving directions for making all the ingredients used in their preparation. And [contains[ valuable information concerning Whiskeys in Bond.

 

Mix up me hearties, yo ho!

Octavo, 68, [4], pages. Advertisements. FIRST EDITION. Contains detailed information on blending to create imitations of popular spirits, but also recipes for bitters, cordials, essences, syrups, and more. The author's preface states, "It is a generally well understood fact that the thirsty individual who takes his glass of whiskey at any of even the first-class public bars, saloons, or parlors, does not know what he drinks." A tiny bit of water staining to front board and to front edge of text block, in publisher's gilt- and black-stamped brick colored cloth. Near fine. [Noling Beverage Literature, page 156]. It is a generally well understood fact that the thirsty individual who takes his glass of whiskey at any of even the first-class public bars, saloons, or parlors, does not know what he drinks.

The Art of Blending and Compounding Liquors and Wines by Jospeh Fleischman

SKU: S-031
$495.00Price

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