I've been studying quite a lot from blogs and books these late times and most of the recipes and trends I have found comes from before the rebirth of cocktail. I am very interested to see what has been done from the mid 80s to now, besides the rediscovering of old recipes, which is perty well documented in what I have read. Actually the only things I found was:
The modern mixologist from Abou-Ganim
An article from Audrey Saunders in the Journal of American Mixology
Canalizing the professor chapter in Wondrich's Imbibe
Does someone know good sources of "contemporaneous" recipes and mixology? Thanks mates!
Look for beta cocktails or its out-of-print-banned-by-rogue-beer-people rogue cocktails. I thought there was a photocopy version available, but I couldn't find in on the beta cocktails blog. Stimulating and provoking.
And I might humbly offer up Kindred Cocktails with recipes from professionals, serious enthusiasts, classics, and riffs on classics.
Some blogs speak more to the latest thinking and happenings. For example, Cocktail Virgin Slut frequents creative bars in the Boston area and writes about the results.
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