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Amaro by Brad Thomas Parsons review Ó PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ü ❃ [EPUB] ✻ Amaro By Brad Thomas Parsons ➜ – Feedmarkformulate.co.uk From the James Beard and IACP award winning author of  Bitters comes this exploration of the world of bitter liueurs ranging from familiar favorites like Campari aDay Then he returns to the United States where contemporary mixologists are incorporating amari into a delicious and eclectic array of cocktails Gorgeous location and cocktail photography an impeccable package and than recipes for DIY amaro amaro cocktails and amaro spiked desserts will make this the must have beverage book of the season From the Hardcover editi. I was disappointed in this book for I was hopping in of a history of the company There was just a slight glance at the history of bitters in general but not of the company The rest and most of the book is filled with recipes which are good along with the pictures in the book but I was expecting growing up in a home that actually used the product when my parents had parties in the 60’s and 70’s I was hoping for maybe it was just me I received this book from Netgalleycom I gave it 3 stars Follow us at www1rad readerreviewscom

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From the James Beard and IACP award winning author of  Bitters comes this exploration of the world of bitter liueurs ranging from familiar favorites like Campari and Fernet Branca to obscure potables such as Zucca and Bràulio featuring than amaro centric cocktail recipes  Brad Thomas Parsons author of the James Beard and IACP Award winning  Bitters always ha. Amaro by Brad Thomas Parsons would make a great Christmas present for any cocktail connoisseur This history of bittersweet and herbal liueurs is informative and beautifully photographedAmaro is translated from Italian to mean bitter and refers to the collective class of Italian made aromatic herbal bittersweet liueurs traditionally served as a digestif after a meal Amari are created by macerating andor distilling bitter barks herbs seeds spices citrus peels flowers and other botanicals in a neutral spirit or win that is sweetened with a sugar syrup 6Besides the history lessons and tour of Italy Parsons includes no less than ninety different cocktail recipes Yep I counted them all There are the traditional and recognizable classic cocktails like the Aperol Spritz Negroni and the Boulevardier But I was drawn to the names of the modern ones Bartender on Acid Eeyore's Reuiem Thistle and Weeds and the Full MonteHe also provides five recipes if you want to infuse your own amaro To round out his book there's The Bittersweet Kitchen with recipes for Drunken Affogato Amaro Spiked Milkshakes Amaro etti Cookies and Barrel Aged Fernet Maple Syrup to name just a fewJust as soon as I order some gentian root and white pine bark I will try my hand at his Winter Spice Amaro 229 which also includes multiple kinds of citrus peels anise cardamom juniper berries mint cranberries and dried figs I would love to give an amaro infusion in a beautiful bottle along with this book to my favorite imbiberParsons is also the author of Bitters a winner of both the James Beard and IACP AwardsI received a complimentary copy of this book from Blogging for Books for this review All opinions exclamations gushing and rants are my own You can see my review along with a recipe at

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Amaro by Brad Thomas ParsoS his finger on the pulse of what's new and exciting in the cocktail world But in this case what's new is old specifically the centuries old European tradition of making bitter cordials and liueurs In Amaro Parsons takes readers on a bittersweet tour of Italian bars cafés and distilleries opening readers' eyes to the rich history and vibrant culture of amaro to. Disclaimer I received a free ecopy via NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewThe title is a mouthful but it tells you exactly what you are getting into And the author does a great job of embracing the subject in depth This sort of thing appeals to me so I might be a bit biasedAs the title suggests amari are bittersweet herbal liueurs The flavors can range uite a bit but there is a similarity of ingredients used to make them The author covers a lot of different varieties too Most of them are Italian but some come from other regions There are even a few American craft amari coming out now Don't worry he gives a great overview that tells you everything you need to know about these liueursIn addition to giving a profile on commercial amari which includes known ingredients origin and a flavor profile he tells us ways that these can be used in making cocktails This is probably the largest section of the book and it includes riffs on classic cocktails as well as some new ones He wraps it up with a small section on making your own amaro I'll definitely try this down the line but there are a number of suggested ingredients that I just don't have at this timeThere are a nice variety of pictures in the book and anecdotes to go along with the pictures and the descriptions of the various liueurs and cocktails These give it body that would otherwise be lacking The photos include bottles of well known amari examples of the cocktails and even some of the people he came into contact with while crafting the book This book should appeal to cocktail nerds