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Champagne: A Global History by Becky Sue Epstein
Champagne: A Global History
Author Becky Sue Epstein brings her expertise to the table in this book on bubbly, including historical facts, fun trivia and practical tips for enhancing your sipping sessions.

101 Champagne Cocktails

Your favorite bubbly fanatic will love this book’s unique recipes, which employ Champagnes and sparkling wines as the foundation for unique effervescent concoctions.

101 Champagne Cocktails by Kim Haasarud

4000 Champagnes by Richard Juhlin
4000 Champagnes
Expert Richard Juhlin brings his knowledge and his palate to this book as he helps decipher the difference between a cuvée and a brut.

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India Pale Ale was first developed for British soldiers in South Asia; however, the style has since gained popularity with civilian beer fans.

Although sipping fine Scotch can be an expensive habit, GAYOT's Top 10 Single Malt Scotch Whiskies start at a reasonable $50 a bottle.