In 2015, Carducci and his partner, Paul Tanguay authored and released their first cocktail book, Tippling Bros. A Lime and a Shaker: Discovering Mexican-Inspired Cocktail, published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
His work has been featured in Food and Wine Magazine, NY Times, NY Post, Bon Appetit, Esquire, Miami Herald, Chicago Sun-Times, Imbibe, GQ, Vogue, Details, W Magazine, TimeOut, Rachel Ray, Travel and Leisure, Conde Nast, Skiing, Mr. Boston and many other national publications, as well as on NBC’s the Today Show, CBS Sunday Morning, Food Network, Cooking Channel, VH1 Big Morning Buzz, Sirius-XM radio, CW 11 Morning News, CNBC, Martha Stewart Radio and other media.
Carducci is very proud to be a top-level graduate of the inaugural Beverage Alcohol Resource Spirits and Bar course and has earned multiple certificates from both the Court of Master Sommeliers and the Wine and Spirits Education Trust. He is honored to be a member of the BarSmarts national training team and to sit on the judging panel for the Ultimate Spirits Challenge, created by Paul Pacult.
Carducci lives in a little 1930’s bungalow with his wife Joanne, son Leonardo and daughter Abigail. He is convinced that he hung out with Ernest Hemingway in his last go round, and if he had it to do over again, would be a jazz crooner, professional lobsterman or a racer of bicycles.