Between late 1800s and the 1950s, international cocktail culture experience great strides in its development. America's Golden Age of the Cocktail is widely recognised. Only recently, the European Golden Age has been defined. Now, drinks historians Anistatia Miller and Jared Brown explore Cuba's Golden Age of Cocktails with a journey through the environment that sparked the amazing development of classic Cuban cocktails, dispelling the myths that surround their origins and proving the extent of their influence on bar culture around the globe
Cocktail historians Jared Brown & Anistatia Miller
CUBAN COCKTAILS by drinks historians Anistatia Miller and Jared Brown sheds new light on Cuba's Golden Age of Cocktails—from the 1890s through the 1950s—and its global impact on mixed drinks and the bartending profession.
Containing over 160 recipes, authors Miller and Brown spent 8 years gathering their information through personal interviews as well as the public archives and news sources in 5 countries to disclose surprising new details about the origins of classics such as Mojito, Daiquiri, Cuba Libre, Presidente, and Pina Colada.
Part Two, A MULTI-COLOURED FABRIC delivers newly-discovered research into the influences and origins of not only the Cuba Libre, the Daiquiri, the Mojito, and the Pina Coalda, but delivers a roster of other Cuban-born cocktails that deserve to be discovered.