Pamphlet Review: The Entertaining Guide

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Pamphlet Review: The Entertaining Guide

Unread postby bourbonv » Sat Jul 29, 2006 10:13 am

The Entertaining Guide, Formost Liquor Store. Foremost Liquor Store: Skokie, Ill. 1975. Ilustrated, 38pp.

This is a pamphlet or booklet published by the Foremost Liquor Store in Skokie, Ill. to help sell its inventory. The pamphlet even has coupons that can be redeemed at the store for corkscrews, playing cards and 50 cents off champagne. The booklet is interesting because the store has made an effort to explain the different wine regions of the world with sections on France, Germany, Italy and California for examples. There are cocktail recipes definitions of many popular crodials and liqueurs. Throughout the book there are full color advertisements for products sold in the store.

This is a useful tool for a bar library. The many recipes for cocktails are fun and the breif description of the wine regions can be informative.

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