A very rare/scarce 1933 first edition "300 Drinks And How To Mix 'Em" mixology cocktail guide by publisher Kaeser & Blair Inc. There are only a few of this book in the market (one currently listed at $900, the other at $400). This book was issued the year of Repeal and includes a number of now obscure cocktail recipes including Absinthe Cocktail, Amaranth Cocktail, Fedora, Punch a La Fork, to name a few. This book's recipes also indicate the correct cocktail glass to be used for each drink. Truly a magical antique mixology guide.
Publisher Kaeser & Blair Inc, (1933) First Edition, First Printing Book
Condition: Very good vintage condition for 90+ years old. The gold leaf print on the front cover is solid and completely in tact. There is minimal wear to the edges of this book (see picture #8 for reference) and the interior pages are yellowed from age, but all interior pages are completely in tact and in remarkable/great shape. A few of the pages have tiny little tears and all pages have some general yellowing (which occurs to most all antique books). In short, this antique book is in very good vintage condition.
Measurements: measures a tad over 6 3/4" tall x 5" inches wide
If you're a collector of rare mixology books, "300 Drinks And How To Mix 'Em" would be an incredible addition to one's collection. We have a number of other rare antique mixology/cocktail books for sale. Please see our other listings.
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