Big Book of Gin
Author: Dan Jones
Details: starting with the history of gin, Dan reveals how the first distilleries opened in the UK in the 1600s, explains the nuts and bolts of making the beverage, as well as all the different trends it has experienced. He'll take imbibers on a journey around the world to some of the top producers, uncovers new trends, and shares over 100 tasty recipes, from classic cocktails, batch drinks, new concoctions, homemade syrups and more, and answers all the gin questions you were afraid to ask. Featuring stylish photography and illustrations throughout, The Big Book of Gin is a comprehensive guide to the renaissance of one of the world's most celebrated spirits.
Dan Jones is a journalist and editor living in London. Formerly the shopping editor at i-D magazine, Time Out's Shopping & Style editor, and most recently Senior Men's Editor at ASOS, Dan is currently a style consultant, working with brands like Topman and Swatch, and publishers, including Conde Nast. He also loves to entertain, constantly "researching" his cocktail craft and honing his cocktail credentials. He is the author of The Mixer's Manual, Man Made, 50 Queers Who Changed The World, Gin: Shake, Muddle, Stir and Rum: Shake, Muddle, Stir.
Additional Details: hardcover, 224 pages, published April 2019
Dimensions: 10" l x 8" w