Aperitif A spirited guide to the drinks, history and culture of the aperitif


Forget the crass cocktail – the chic aperitif is the choice of the discerning drinker

From Campari to Champagne via vermouth, pastis, sherry and much more, shrewd boozehounds are falling for the particular charms of the aperitif. Call them sharpeners, snifters, apéros or noggins, made light and gentle or strong and stiff, these are drinks to refresh the palate, gladden the heart and kick-start the appetite before lunch or dinner.  

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ISBN:

9781787131262

Format:

Hardback

Pages:

160

Dimensions:

23cm x 15cm

Weight:

590g

RRP:

£16.99

Category:

Food & Drink

Publisher:

Quadrille Publishing Ltd

Published:

14 June 2018

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Kate Hawkings

Kate Hawkings has a monthly drinks column in Olive magazine, and has written on food, travel and interiors for publications including the Guardian, Independent, Telegraph, Sunday Times, and Elle Deco. Kate is a restaurant and wine consultant and runs Bellita restaurant in Bristol.