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::"Simply called “The Maestro” by his colleagues, London-based bartender Salvatore Calabrese has published 10 cocktail books, the first of which, [[Classic Cocktails]], sold close to one million copies. Arguably the best-known and most-awarded U.K.-based bartender, Calabrese also co-owned the recently closed [[Salvatore at FIFTY]] bar in central London’s St. James’s neighborhood."
 
::"Simply called “The Maestro” by his colleagues, London-based bartender Salvatore Calabrese has published 10 cocktail books, the first of which, [[Classic Cocktails]], sold close to one million copies. Arguably the best-known and most-awarded U.K.-based bartender, Calabrese also co-owned the recently closed [[Salvatore at FIFTY]] bar in central London’s St. James’s neighborhood."
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Salvatore Calabrese was identified by Imbibe Magazine as one of “The Top 25 Most Influential Cocktail Personalities of the Past Century”[1]:

"Simply called “The Maestro” by his colleagues, London-based bartender Salvatore Calabrese has published 10 cocktail books, the first of which, Classic Cocktails, sold close to one million copies. Arguably the best-known and most-awarded U.K.-based bartender, Calabrese also co-owned the recently closed Salvatore at FIFTY bar in central London’s St. James’s neighborhood."
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