Schiller’s Liquor Bar


The Schiller’s Liquor Bar cocktail collection, written by Keith McNally in 2013.

The bartenders guide that shows you how to utilise the freshest ingredients possible. Pureeing ripe peaches for a Bellinis. Infusing spirits with fresh herbs and muddling seasonal fruits.

You’ll also learn how to make your own simple syrup, with several flavor variations. Although this is not imperative, what is imperative is that you enjoy the drinks you make. From the first to the last…


Online copy of Schiller’s Liquor Bar

Courtesy of the internet, we have here an online version of Schiller’s Liquor Bar, all for your enjoyment!

Watch our blog for cocktail reviews as we begin to recreate some of these legacy drinks….


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