Increasing our collection of free texts, we have created a list of books on Cocktails. A whole compendium of publications with complete information and in PDF format, is what we will be sharing with our readers in this post.
Mixology is the art of creating cocktails. On the other hand, a cocktail is a drink made from the combination of different components or ingredients. Usually this mixture contains two or more types of drinks, whether alcoholic or not, such as juices, honey, milk, fruits, spices, creams, tonic water, sodas, etc.
In the stores or premises the cocktails are served by expert personnel in their preparation who are known as bartenders.
Cocktails took off at the end of the 18th century in the United States and England, but they became widely popular in the 1920s in the United States, since the mixture of the drink allowed the poor quality flavor of the smuggled liquor to be disguised.
This time we have created a list with more than 25 books about Cocktails in PDF format, so that you can acquire all the knowledge about it. From our selection we have included books in Spanish and Portuguese, so that you can enjoy this topic in any of these languages.
It is important to note that all the books on our list are in the public domain or have been released for free publication and distribution.
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16) Generative Mixology: An Engine for Creating Cocktails (Article)
Johnathan Pagnutti and Jim Whitehead
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