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Supreme gentility and extraordinary fun were the hallmarks of London high society in the 1930s, and when The Savory Cocktail Book was first published ...Show synopsisSupreme gentility and extraordinary fun were the hallmarks of London high society in the 1930s, and when The Savory Cocktail Book was first published, it not only enriched the style of the time, it became part of it in the 1990s. The Savoy continues to evoke a world of timeless elegance, and this updated edition of The Savoy Cocktail Book presents some marvelous new concoctions. With 750 classic cocktails, the tradition of sophisticated soirees can be recreated time and time again.Hide synopsis
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