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George Delgado

Choose from one of the articles below to further your education
with George Delgado:

  TODAY'S LIQUEURS  (BARTENDER Fall 2004)
  DISTILLATION  (BARTENDER Summer 2004)
  TEQUILA  (BARTENDER Spring 2004)
  FORTIFIED WINES  (BARTENDER Winter 2004)

  APPLE BRANDY  (BARTENDER Fall 2003)

  LIQUEURS & CORDIALS  (BARTENDER Summer 2003)
  VERMOUTH  (BARTENDER Spring 2003)
  COGNAC  (BARTENDER Winter 2003)
  OAK AGING  (BARTENDER Fall 2002)
  RUM  (BARTENDER Summer 2002)
  FERMENTATION & DISTILLATION  (BARTENDER Summer 2002)

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