Difference between revisions of "David Embury"

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::"Neither bartender nor journalist, David Embry was the first connoisseur to publish a cocktail book simply based upon his affinity for well-crafted mixed drinks. His immensely popular book, [[The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks]], was published in 1948 and is considered the first cocktail guide for both hobbyists and pros."
 
::"Neither bartender nor journalist, David Embry was the first connoisseur to publish a cocktail book simply based upon his affinity for well-crafted mixed drinks. His immensely popular book, [[The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks]], was published in 1948 and is considered the first cocktail guide for both hobbyists and pros."
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Latest revision as of 12:59, 30 January 2020

Identified by Imbibe Magazine as one of “The Top 25 Most Influential Cocktail Personalities of the Past Century”[1]:

"Neither bartender nor journalist, David Embry was the first connoisseur to publish a cocktail book simply based upon his affinity for well-crafted mixed drinks. His immensely popular book, The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks, was published in 1948 and is considered the first cocktail guide for both hobbyists and pros."
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