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::"As a London barman in the 1920s, Robert Vermeire compiled a recipe book that has stood the test of time. [[Cocktails: How To Mix Them]], published in 1922, includes the original recipe for the [[Sidecar]], among other drinks that offer a snapshot of the times. What makes the book even more notable is how it catalogs the inventors of the drinks, preserving this historical information for posterity."
 
::"As a London barman in the 1920s, Robert Vermeire compiled a recipe book that has stood the test of time. [[Cocktails: How To Mix Them]], published in 1922, includes the original recipe for the [[Sidecar]], among other drinks that offer a snapshot of the times. What makes the book even more notable is how it catalogs the inventors of the drinks, preserving this historical information for posterity."
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* [https://www.francoismonti.com/robert-vermeire/ Looking For Robert Vermeire] (by François Monti)
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:10, 30 January 2020

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

"As a London barman in the 1920s, Robert Vermeire compiled a recipe book that has stood the test of time. Cocktails: How To Mix Them, published in 1922, includes the original recipe for the Sidecar, among other drinks that offer a snapshot of the times. What makes the book even more notable is how it catalogs the inventors of the drinks, preserving this historical information for posterity."
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