"As comprehensive as it gets"
THE NEW YORK TIMES
A tequila revolution is taking place, with more and more people learning to appreciate the rich culture, craft and flavour to be found in this unique spirit.
The Tequila Dictionary is the drinker's guide to this wonderful world. With hundreds of entries on tequila and agave spirits covering everything from history, culture and ingredients to distilling techniques, cocktails and the many varieties of tequila, spirits expert Eric Zandona explores the truth behind this truly captivating drink.
"This book is about as comprehensive as it gets when it comes to explaining everything you need to know about tequila and its cousins, like mezcal and sotol."-- Florence Fabricant, The New York Times
An A-Z compendium of everything you need to know about tequila and agave spirits.
About the Author
Eric Zandona is Director of Spirits Information at the American Distilling Institute, a spirits judge at the prestigious International Wine & Spirit Competition, staff writer at Distiller magazine and author of two previous books, The Bourbon Bible and The Tequila Dictionary. He lives in Vancouver, Washington.