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In Colonial America, drinking wine and beer was often considered safer than drinking water, so it should not be surprising that our Founding Fathers and Mothers would start the morning with a drink, imbibe throughout the day, and top off their evenings with a night cap. Alcohol was also considered the great panacea and could cure the sick and give strength to the worker. Beverages and Sauces of Colonial Virginia provides dozens of recipes for drinks enjoyed during the era, including George Washington’s Cherry Bounce, Thomas Jefferson’s Apple Toddy, Flowerdew Hundred Liqueur of Cloves, and Middle Plantation Whiskey Cordial. To accompany these tasty beverages are a variety of sauces to serve at mealtime. Beverages and Sauces of Colonial Virginia is part of the Classic Cocktail Guides and Retro Bartender Books series published by Kalevala Books.
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Book Description Kalevala Books, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # MB011YU2OOE