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Críticas: Toasts to "And a Bottle of Rum"
" "And a Bottle of Rum" is a fascinating tale of cultural metamorphosis, tracing rum's remarkable journey from colonial rotgut to SoHo cocktail. A book with as many revelations about American history as about this archetypally American drink." -- Jack Turner, author of "Spice: The History of a Temptation"
" History never tasted so good. What Herbert Asbury did for the gangs of New York, Wayne Curtis does for rum: The profiteers who traded it, the pirates who raided it, the underclass who guzzled it, the mixologists who exalted it, and the corporations who homogenized it-- Curtis tells their tale with style and sweep in a tour de force of social history, urban anthropology, and cocktail ' alcohology.' A delight from first sip to last." -- Jeff Berry, author of "Beachbum Berry's Grog Log," "Intoxica!," and "Taboo Table"
" "And a Bottle of Rum" reveals the facts behind rum's colorful history while telling a great story of rebellion and rumbustion!" -- Dale DeGroff, author of "The Craft of the Cocktail"
" Wayne Curtis breaks fascinating new ground in this very palatable history of the world-through-rum-colored glasses. The writing shows what makes modern journalism so great: clean, succinct, inclusive smoothness-- not unlike great rum-- and Curtis is a virtuoso at it." -- Ted " Dr. Cocktail" Haigh, author of "Vintage Spirits" "and" "Forgotten Cocktails"

"From the Hardcover edition."

Toasts to "And a Bottle of Rum"

""And a Bottle of Rum" is a fascinating tale of cultural metamorphosis, tracing rum's remarkable journey from colonial rotgut to SoHo cocktail. A book with as many revelations about American history as about this archetypally American drink." --Jack Turner, author of "Spice: The History of a Temptation "

"History never tasted so good. What Herbert Asbury did for the gangs of New York, Wayne Curtis does for rum: The profiteers who traded it, the pirates who raided it, the underclass who guzzled it, the mixologists who exalted it, and the corporations who homogenized it--Curtis tells their tale with style and sweep in a tour de force of social history, urban anthropology, and cocktail 'alcohology.' A delight from first sip to last." --Jeff Berry, author of "Beachbum Berry's Grog Log", "Intoxica!", and "Taboo Table"

""And a Bottle of Rum" reveals the facts behind rum's colorful history while telling a great story of rebellion and rumbustion!" --Dale DeGroff, author of "The Craft of the Cocktail "

"Wayne Curtis breaks fascinating new ground in this very palatable history of the world-through-rum-colored glasses. The writing shows what makes modern journalism so great: clean, succinct, inclusive smoothness--not unlike great rum--and Curtis is a virtuoso at it." --Ted "Dr. Cocktail" Haigh, author of "Vintage Spirits""and""Forgotten Cocktails"
"From the Hardcover edition."

Toasts to "And a Bottle of Rum"
""And a Bottle of Rum" is a fascinating tale of cultural metamorphosis, tracing rum's remarkable journey from colonial rotgut to SoHo cocktail. A book with as many revelations about American history as about this archetypally American drink." --Jack Turner, author of "Spice: The History of a Temptation "
"History never tasted so good. What Herbert Asbury did for the gangs of New York, Wayne Curtis does for rum: The profiteers who traded it, the pirates who raided it, the underclass who guzzled it, the mixologists who exalted it, and the corporations who homogenized it--Curtis tells their tale with style and sweep in a tour de force of social history, urban anthropology, and cocktail 'alcohology.' A delight from first sip to last." --Jeff Berry, author of "Beachbum Berry's Grog Log," "Intoxica!," and "Taboo Table"
""And a Bottle of Rum" reveals the facts behind rum's colorful history while telling a great story of rebellion and rumbustion!" --Dale DeGroff, author of "The Craft of the Cocktail "
"Wayne Curtis breaks fascinating new ground in this very palatable history of the world-through-rum-colored glasses. The writing shows what makes modern journalism so great: clean, succinct, inclusive smoothness--not unlike great rum--and Curtis is a virtuoso at it." --Ted "Dr. Cocktail" Haigh, author of "Vintage Spirits""and""Forgotten Cocktails"

"From the Hardcover edition."

Toasts to "And a Bottle of Rum"
"And a Bottle of Rum" is a fascinating tale of cultural metamorphosis, tracing rum s remarkable journey from colonial rotgut to SoHo cocktail. A book with as many revelations about American history as about this archetypally American drink. Jack Turner, author of "Spice: The History of a Temptation "
History never tasted so good. What Herbert Asbury did for the gangs of New York, Wayne Curtis does for rum: The profiteers who traded it, the pirates who raided it, the underclass who guzzled it, the mixologists who exalted it, and the corporations who homogenized it Curtis tells their tale with style and sweep in a tour de force of social history, urban anthropology, and cocktail alcohology. A delight from first sip to last. Jeff Berry, author of "Beachbum Berry s Grog Log," "Intoxica!," and "Taboo Table"
"And a Bottle of Rum" reveals the facts behind rum s colorful history while telling a great story of rebellion and rumbustion! Dale DeGroff, author of "The Craft of the Cocktail "
Wayne Curtis breaks fascinating new ground in this very palatable history of the world-through-rum-colored glasses. The writing shows what makes modern journalism so great: clean, succinct, inclusive smoothness not unlike great rum and Curtis is a virtuoso at it. Ted Dr. Cocktail Haigh, author of "Vintage Spirits" "and" "Forgotten Cocktails"

"From the Hardcover edition.""

Toasts to And a Bottle of Rum
And a Bottle of Rum is a fascinating tale of cultural metamorphosis, tracing rum s remarkable journey from colonial rotgut to SoHo cocktail. A book with as many revelations about American history as about this archetypally American drink. Jack Turner, author of Spice: The History of a Temptation
History never tasted so good. What Herbert Asbury did for the gangs of New York, Wayne Curtis does for rum: The profiteers who traded it, the pirates who raided it, the underclass who guzzled it, the mixologists who exalted it, and the corporations who homogenized it Curtis tells their tale with style and sweep in a tour de force of social history, urban anthropology, and cocktail alcohology. A delight from first sip to last. Jeff Berry, author of Beachbum Berry s Grog Log, Intoxica!, and Taboo Table
And a Bottle of Rum reveals the facts behind rum s colorful history while telling a great story of rebellion and rumbustion! Dale DeGroff, author of The Craft of the Cocktail
Wayne Curtis breaks fascinating new ground in this very palatable history of the world-through-rum-colored glasses. The writing shows what makes modern journalism so great: clean, succinct, inclusive smoothness not unlike great rum and Curtis is a virtuoso at it. Ted Dr. Cocktail Haigh, author of Vintage Spirits and Forgotten Cocktails

From the Hardcover edition."

Toasts to And a Bottle of Rum
"And a Bottle of Rum is a fascinating tale of cultural metamorphosis, tracing rum's remarkable journey from colonial rotgut to SoHo cocktail. A book with as many revelations about American history as about this archetypally American drink." --Jack Turner, author of Spice: The History of a Temptation
"History never tasted so good. What Herbert Asbury did for the gangs of New York, Wayne Curtis does for rum: The profiteers who traded it, the pirates who raided it, the underclass who guzzled it, the mixologists who exalted it, and the corporations who homogenized it--Curtis tells their tale with style and sweep in a tour de force of social history, urban anthropology, and cocktail 'alcohology.' A delight from first sip to last." --Jeff Berry, author of Beachbum Berry's Grog Log, Intoxica!, and Taboo Table
"And a Bottle of Rum reveals the facts behind rum's colorful history while telling a great story of rebellion and rumbustion!" --Dale DeGroff, author of The Craft of the Cocktail
"Wayne Curtis breaks fascinating new ground in this very palatable history of the world-through-rum-colored glasses. The writing shows what makes modern journalism so great: clean, succinct, inclusive smoothness--not unlike great rum--and Curtis is a virtuoso at it." --Ted "Dr. Cocktail" Haigh, author of Vintage Spirits and Forgotten Cocktails

From the Hardcover edition.

Toasts to And a Bottle of Rum
-And a Bottle of Rum is a fascinating tale of cultural metamorphosis, tracing rum's remarkable journey from colonial rotgut to SoHo cocktail. A book with as many revelations about American history as about this archetypally American drink.- --Jack Turner, author of Spice: The History of a Temptation
-History never tasted so good. What Herbert Asbury did for the gangs of New York, Wayne Curtis does for rum: The profiteers who traded it, the pirates who raided it, the underclass who guzzled it, the mixologists who exalted it, and the corporations who homogenized it--Curtis tells their tale with style and sweep in a tour de force of social history, urban anthropology, and cocktail 'alcohology.' A delight from first sip to last.- --Jeff Berry, author of Beachbum Berry's Grog Log, Intoxica!, and Taboo Table
-And a Bottle of Rum reveals the facts behind rum's colorful history while telling a great story of rebellion and rumbustion!- --Dale DeGroff, author of The Craft of the Cocktail
-Wayne Curtis breaks fascinating new ground in this very palatable history of the world-through-rum-colored glasses. The writing shows what makes modern journalism so great: clean, succinct, inclusive smoothness--not unlike great rum--and Curtis is a virtuoso at it.- --Ted -Dr. Cocktail- Haigh, author of Vintage Spirits and Forgotten Cocktails

From the Hardcover edition.

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