“Southern Spirits: Four Hundred Years of Drinking in the American South, with Recipes” is a lofty book in that the author, Robert F. Moss looks to take on the entire history of the American South in terms of alcohol. Despite this meaning he needs to cover five centuries in less than 300 pages, the book manages this with great ease and a wealth of information. Looking forward to look backwards, he starts out by talking about Bourbon and that most famous of bottles, Pappy van Winkle which is a modern […]
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