Whisky : Shake. Muddle. Stir - hardback ( September 2023)
$19.00Whisky: Shake, Muddle, Stir is a beginner's guide to whisky and bourbon. Dan Jones teaches you how to stock your home bar, pick some of the world's best whiskies and pull together your own infusions and syrups. Try your hand at classics like an Old Fashioned or The Sazerac, or modern hits like Bourbon Smash or The Rattlesnake.
With over 40 whisky recipes, Whisky: Shake, Muddle, Stir shows you just how versatile whisky is.
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