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When Dave Arnold mixes cocktails he doesn't just think like a bartender, he also channels his inner scientist. That's the philosophy that permeates his book Liquid Intelligence: The Art and Science of the Perfect Cocktail.
Arnold rose to fame for the unconventional cocktails he serves at Booker and Dax, a high-tech bar adjacent to David Chang's Momofuku in New York City. As expected, his book goes far beyond traditional cocktails and immerses the reader in a world of unexpected flavors and creative garnishes.
Liquid Intelligence features 120 recipes and is divided into four parts - spanning everything from basic bar equipment to new techniques like ''nitro-muddling'' and ''rapid infusions.'' There is even a section dedicated to ''vacuum-infused solids,'' a.k.a. garnishes. Readers will be taken on an exciting journey where they'll never look at ice cubes or champagne in the same way ever again.
If crafting amazing cocktails is your passion, unleash your inner chemist and pick up a copy of Arnold's book on Amazon now.