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Italy's Most Iconic Aperitivo Cocktail179
______________ A slice of Italian summer to help you through the winter months. 'Beautifully illustrated and filled with anecdotes and recipes for classics as well as modern iterations from top bartenders' Vanity Fair Intrigued by the rise of the spritz, Talia Baiocchi and Leslie Pariseau set out on a road trip from the wine bars of Venice to the old gilded cafes of Turin. They discover how it evolved from a local ritual into Italy's most popular cocktail. In Spritz, they share the classics sampled on their journey as well as recipes from the world's most renowned bartenders. With traditional, modern and experimental alternatives, a guide to building a spritz bar, and a collection of recipes for Italian snacks, happy hour starts here.
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Some of the most pleasant hours I've ever spent have involved sipping spritzes, nibbling from little bowls of olives or potato chips or whatnot, and watching the life of whatever Italian town I'm in go by as the waiter lazily circles around to see if I d like another. Spritz is the perfect introduction to that unique culture. * David Wondrich, author of Imbibe! and Punch * This book should be a homebar staple ... each recipe sound better and more impossibly tasty than the last! * Drink Up London * The book ... would live nicely atop a crowded bar cart, beautifully illustrated, and filled with anecdotes and recipes for classic takes as well as more modern iterations from top bartenders. * Vanity Fair * Talia Baiocchi and Leslie Pariseau's Spritz is a compact volume that touches deftly on drink history and throws in a dash of travelogue. But it is built around the recipes which suggest that with just a few building blocks ingenuity can flow and flavors blossom. * Wall Street Journal * Talia Baiocchi and Leslie Pariseau's extensively researched history of the cocktail comes with enough spritz spins to make it through every beautiful day of the year, plus recipes for the food to match with them. * Saveur * These brilliantly illustrated pages deliver a supremely approachable account of the spritz while unveiling the deeper meaning of the drink one that flows far beyond its flirty fizz. Spritz offers a beautifully rendered portrait of an iconic cocktail, an indispensable guide for channeling the spirit of Italian cocktail culture at home, and a drop-dead gorgeous visual experience. * Katie Parla, co-author of Tasting Rome * Smart, fun to read and look at and unquestionably approachable. * New York Observer * This saucy beauty of a book manages to capture the easy chic of modern Italian life and the delicious simplicity of spritzing. * Food Republic * The authors make an excellent case for the chic, Italian-style cocktail bubbly, low in alcohol, and with an edge of bitterness, it's ideal for sipping in the golden hour before dinner." * Bloomberg * The beautiful tome explores the history of the classic cocktail and provides 50 different recipes for drinks and snacks to try at home. Each recipes sits beside a full colour photograph and elegantly chosen typography. * Mental Floss *
Talia Baiocchi is the editor-in-chief of Punch and the author of James Beard Award-nominated Sherry. She has written for Bon Appetit, Saveur, and many more. She lives in Brooklyn. Leslie Pariseau is the former deputy editor of Punch. She has written for the New York Times, GQ, Esquire, and Saveur. She too lives in Brooklyn.