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Hranek, Matt: The Negroni

A Love Affair with a Classic Cocktail

In 2019, the Negroni turned 100 years old, and it's more popular than ever. The drink's classic proportions are equal parts Campari, gin, and sweet vermouth, making it an easy cocktail to order and to make on your own. The Negroni will give readers insight into the drink's origins in Italy (it started as a twist on the Americano), and the tools to make over 20 simple variations from drink experts and bartenders around the world. Here's the Negroni Frappé from the famed bar Dante in New York City; the Negroni Spagliato from Bar Basso in Milan, where the gin is replaced with prosecco; and the author's own version, which goes heavier on the gin and lighter on the vermouth. Included will be details on garnish, bitters, tools, glassware; a section on the importance of the vermouth used; interviews with bartenders from around the world; where to get the best Negroni; and so much more. Beautiful original photography of the drinks along with archival imagery of famous Negroni lovers?like Ernest Hemingway and Orson Welles?and vintage liquor ads make this gorgeous book an irresistible gift for anyone who loves to enjoy a Negroni.

“A marvelous ode to one of the world’s most beloved and versatile alcoholic beverages.”
—Cool Hunting

The Negroni is equal parts love letter and little black book—a passionate and personal tribute to one of the world’s most versatile drinks.”
—Brad Thomas Parsons, author of Bitters, Amaro, and Last Call
 
“This is one of the best books devoted to a single cocktail I’ve read. It’s beautiful and informative, and, most important, the writing is both deeply opinionated and open-minded and welcoming.”
—Michael Ruhlman, author of The Soul of a Chef and Charcuterie
 
“Illuminating, irresistible, and eminently useful. It's an absolute treat to be among Matt’s students: follow his lead and you're sure to have a hell of a time. You’ll probably learn something, too.”
—Frank Castronovo & Frank Falcinelli
Autor Hranek, Matt
Verlag Workman
Einband Fester Einband
Erscheinungsjahr 2021
Seitenangabe 160 S.
Meldetext Lieferbar in 24 Stunden
Ausgabekennzeichen Englisch
Abbildungen 50 color photographs
Masse H20.4 cm x B14.2 cm x D1.6 cm 400 g
Coverlag Artisan (Imprint/Brand)

In 2019, the Negroni turned 100 years old, and it's more popular than ever. The drink's classic proportions are equal parts Campari, gin, and sweet vermouth, making it an easy cocktail to order and to make on your own. The Negroni will give readers insight into the drink's origins in Italy (it started as a twist on the Americano), and the tools to make over 20 simple variations from drink experts and bartenders around the world. Here's the Negroni Frappé from the famed bar Dante in New York City; the Negroni Spagliato from Bar Basso in Milan, where the gin is replaced with prosecco; and the author's own version, which goes heavier on the gin and lighter on the vermouth. Included will be details on garnish, bitters, tools, glassware; a section on the importance of the vermouth used; interviews with bartenders from around the world; where to get the best Negroni; and so much more. Beautiful original photography of the drinks along with archival imagery of famous Negroni lovers?like Ernest Hemingway and Orson Welles?and vintage liquor ads make this gorgeous book an irresistible gift for anyone who loves to enjoy a Negroni.

“A marvelous ode to one of the world’s most beloved and versatile alcoholic beverages.”
—Cool Hunting

The Negroni is equal parts love letter and little black book—a passionate and personal tribute to one of the world’s most versatile drinks.”
—Brad Thomas Parsons, author of Bitters, Amaro, and Last Call
 
“This is one of the best books devoted to a single cocktail I’ve read. It’s beautiful and informative, and, most important, the writing is both deeply opinionated and open-minded and welcoming.”
—Michael Ruhlman, author of The Soul of a Chef and Charcuterie
 
“Illuminating, irresistible, and eminently useful. It's an absolute treat to be among Matt’s students: follow his lead and you're sure to have a hell of a time. You’ll probably learn something, too.”
—Frank Castronovo & Frank Falcinelli
CHF 22.90
Verfügbarkeit: Am Lager
ISBN: 978-1-57965-964-6
Verfügbarkeit: Lieferbar in 24 Stunden

Über den Autor Hranek, Matt

Matt Hranek is the author of The MartiniThe Negroni, A Man & His Watch, and A Man & His Car, as well as a photographer, a director, and the founder/editor of the men’s lifestyle magazine WM Brown. He and his family divide their time between Brooklyn and the Wm Brown farm in upstate New York, though he can also be spotted quite often in old-school bars around Europe, Negroni in hand. Find him on Instagram at @wmbrownproject.

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