69 Colebrooke Row, 'The Bar With No Name', is the brainchild of expert alchemist and award-winning barman and author, Tony Conigliaro.
The bar, reminiscent of a 1950s Italian cafe, and influenced by film noir, thrives on the ability to surprise, reinvent and experiment. For Tony and his team at 69, only the wildest ingredients are used in their cocktails - wild in habitat and wild in nature. From re-workings of classic cocktails such as a Fig Tom Collins and Green Almond Army & Navy, as well as cocktails of his own making, the drinks combine bespoke flavour profiles and offer a delicious sensory experience.
Filled with stunning photographs and illustrations, this is a fantastic celebration of the bar, its cocktails and their clientele - as well as a great follow-up to Tony Conigliaro's first book, Drinks. As Tony says, 'the pleasure of drinking in a bar is a pleasure of many kinds. Each of my drinks will tell you a story, if you are willing to hear it.'
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Celebrating five years of the award-winning bar at 69 Colebrooke Row.About the Author:
Tony Conigliaro has worked with many of the world's top chefs, restaurateurs and food writers, including Heston Blumenthal and Harold McGee. He won the award for International Bartender of the Year 2009, as well as the Observer Food Monthly award for Bar of the Year in both 2010 and 2011 (for 69 Colebrooke Row and Zetter Townhouse, respectively). Tony takes the principles of molecular gastronomy and merges them with 200 years' worth of bartending tradition, often blurring the distinction between food and drink. His drinks conjure a full sensual experience that encompasses taste, sight, smell, texture and even sound.
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