W ithout doubt, The Savoy Cocktail Book is the coolest book in the world. It's wonderful for three reasons. Firstly, it's a one-off, the author, Harry Craddock, never wrote another book. Secondly, cocktails, in modicum, will never go out of style.
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Harry Craddock was one of the most famous cocktail barmen of the s and s. Harry Craddock was born in Stroud, England in He left the England in for a better life in the U. Harry stayed in New York until when Prohibition hit the U.
With Prohibition in full force, Harry left the U. S and headed back to England and ended up as a bartender at the legendary Savoy Hotel. In Harry Craddock became the head bartender at the Savoy. Harry was a collector of cocktail recipes. It was a collection of over 2, recipes that Craddock compiled from his years as a bartender. Here are 10 sample recipes from this classic book including his original White Lady.
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The Savoy Cocktail Book
Harry Craddock was one of the most famous cocktail barmen of the s and s. Harry Craddock was born in Stroud, England in He left the England in for a better life in the U. Harry stayed in New York until when Prohibition hit the U. With Prohibition in full force, Harry left the U.