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Beachbum Berry's Sippin' Safari In Search of the Great 'Lost' Tropical Drink Recipesand the People Behind Them

Amous figures of their time The Bum applies the same dogged research to the untold stories of the people behind the drinks Stories culled from over 100 interviews with those who actually created the mid century tiki scene people as colorful as the drinks they invented or served or simply drank People like Leon Lontoc Don The Beachcomber's waiter wh. Another book by the Beachbum and once again I have to say I love itThis book is a search for lost tropical drinks and the people who made them This is definitely of a tiki cocktail history than just another book of cocktail recipes and is very readable The focus is on significant bartenders and mixologists of the 20th Century As one can imagine the people are interesting with captivating lives and one learns very much about a slice of America that doesn t really exist any I never realised just how many of the great tiki bartenders were of Filipino heritageA really good book which doesn t just focus on Donn Beach and Trader Vic

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O served Frank Sinatra and Marlon Brando by night and acted in their movies by day; Henry Riddle the Malibu Seacomber bartender who fed items about his famous customers to infamous gossip columnist Louella Parsons till the day Howard Hughes found him out; and Duke Kamanamoku whose manager turned him from Olympic champion into reluctant restaurateur. Lots of research lots of info lots of recipes Fun graphics An impressive and important contribution to cocktail history and to tiki culture

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By the author of Beachbum Berry's Grog Log Beachbum Berry's Intoxica and Beachbum Berry's Taboo Table Jeff Berry or 'Beachbum Berry' as he is better known is America's leading authority on tropical drinks and polynesian pop culture In this all new book Berry not only offers up tantilizing new drink recipes but tells stories about some of the most f. Jeff Berry is single handedly restoring respect to the tiki drink which has for too long been a hipster joke When these cocktails first appeared in the 1930s they were complex fascinating and very tasty The modern counterparts are all about the fruity juice and the little umbrellas The spirits are an afterthought Berry sets us straight on that the original drinks used comlex aged rums and writes about the unsung heroes mostly Filipino immigrant bartenders who concocted and perfected these sadly forgotten drinks Despite being a self proclaimed beachbum Berry proved himself to be a dogged great sleuth with than enough stamina to get to the bottom of enduring uestions such as what exactly was in the original Zombie 1934Added bonus great photos and illustrations


About the Author: Jeff Beachbum Berry

One of Imbibe magazine’s “25 Most Influential Cocktail Personalities of the Past Century” and one of The Daily Meal’s “60 Coolest People in Food & Drink” Jeff “Beachbum” Berry is the author of six books on vintage Tiki drinks and cuisine which Los Angeles magazine dubbed “the keys to the tropical kingdom” Esuire calls him “one of the instigators of the cocktail revolution” and Food & Wine “one



10 thoughts on “Beachbum Berry's Sippin' Safari In Search of the Great 'Lost' Tropical Drink Recipesand the People Behind Them

  1. says:

    Jeff Berry is single handedly restoring respect to the tiki drink which has for too long been a hipster joke When these cocktails first appeared in the 1930s they were complex fascinating and very tasty The modern counterparts are all about the

  2. says:

    The author has put so much fantastic research and dedication into this book I loved the layout of the book with the recipes photos

  3. says:

    It might not be the best organized history but nobody else was doing it; there would be no tiki revival without Berry hunting down the original

  4. says:

    Sippin' Safari has some truly rare information Jeff Berry has clearly done some serious research to gather these recipes and the st

  5. says:

    Another book by the Beachbum and once again I have to say I love itThis book is a search for lost tropical drinks and the people who made them This is definitely of a tiki cocktail history than just another book of cocktail recipes

  6. says:

    Everything erything it says on the tin and This book dives into a deeply interesting slice of American history while still staying very true to its topic than simple drink recipes and anecdotes this book gives context and culture to the drinks and presents us the type of big picture that only dedicated research can bringthe design and layout of this book is incredible too down to the faux newsprint feel of the

  7. says:

    Excellent book that is beyond just drink recipes Nice to get the back story on so many classic tiki bars and how hard people worked to

  8. says:

    Lots of research lots of info lots of recipes Fun graphics An impressive and important contribution to cocktail history and to tiki culture

  9. says:

    A fascinating look at a world gone by Also depressing to think about these great places we'll never be able to visit Reading this makes me want to open a tiki bar of my own

  10. says:

    Tiki Drink recipes filtered through the personal reminisces of the bartenders and entrepreneurs who invented them

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