Whiskey Cocktails By Assouline Books

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Whiskey Cocktails

"But even seasoned drinkers will be charmed by the beautiful cocktail photography in this love letter to the worlds
favorite brown liquor" - New York Magazine In Whiskey Cocktails, Americas top mixologist Brian Van Flandern reprises his role as author in the fifth edition of Assoulines best-selling cocktail series. Whiskey is undoubtedly one of the most enjoyed spirits, sipped by Madison Avenue "Ad Men" and the blue-collar alike-the "good ol boys drinking whiskey and rye" of Don Mcleans American Pie. Now distilled in all corners of the world, it has grown to become the most popular liquor even in countries not typically associated with its manufacture. While Japanese distilleries frequently win awards and accolades for their internationally reputed single malts, it is only the choicest productions that receive appellation dorigine controlee, with the oldest spirit, Scotch, coming only from Scotland, and Bourbon and Rye both tracing their (albeit disputed roots) to the American south.

This book presents recipes from the mind of Americas top mixologist, all shot against the backdrop of such legendary New York City bars as The Brandy Library, Dead Rabbit Bar and McSorleys. Like the many vintages explored within, Whiskey Cocktails belongs so high up on the shelf even the most seasoned bartender may need a ladder to reach it.


  • 140 pages
  • 70 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in August 2018
  • W 9.6 x L 11.29 x D .9 in
  • Spiral bound hardcover
  • ISBN: 9781614287346
  • 3.0 lb

About the Author

Brian Van Flandern is a professional mixologist, spirits historian, and award-winning cocktail book author. He has won the Gourmand World Cookbook Award for best Cocktail book in the World 2009 and has been called "Americas Top Mixologist" by Food Network. Van Flandern has designed cocktails served in over forty countries throughout the world, and he has fabricated original recipes and cocktail programs for famed chefs such as Michel Richard, Thomas Keller and Geoffrey Zakarian. After finishing school, Harald Gottschalk became assistant to the renowned Robert Doisneau and began fulfilling his childhood dream to become a photographer. Gottschalk has had more than sixty solo and collective exhibitions in France and abroad. Parallel to his personal work, Gottschalk collaborates on many prestigious projects and publications with international brands.