- The first comprehensive book on the subject
- Covering tea, juice, as well as fermented drinks and shrubs
- Tips for food and drink pairing
Extent: 336 pages
Weight: 851 g
Format: 18 cm x 25 cm
Colour photos and illustrations
Right sold: All rights available36,00 EUR
We all know: tea and cake match perfectly. But what effects does tannin have, and how does it get into non-alcoholic beverages? What do volume and viscosity mean? Why is salt almost always an ingredient, and how can fermented beverages add new, special tastes to your drink?
More and more people choose not to drink alcohol for various reasons. In bars or restaurants they are usually referred to the soft drinks menu. Nicole Klauß proves that they are much better ways to cater for these needs. Her latest book is addressed to wine connoisseurs, sommeliers, caterers, and wine merchants, but first and foremost to foodies who like to explore and who expect more from a drink than just to quench their thirst. The author takes us to the wondrous world of non-alcoholic beverages and explains their preparation, taste, and what meals to match them with.
Nicole Klauß: Publicist, food consultant, cookbook reviewer, and drink scout. She gives lectures and conducts tastings as well as workshops.