Want to sip a mouth-watering wine while listening to your fave music over the best international radio station? Worry no more as we have below our lineup of the best cocktail books to read on:
Can I Make You a Drink?
The book “Can I Make You a Drink” contains 50 shaken, swirled, and mixed drink combinations inspired by a feeling from one of T-Pain’s songs. Two drink alternatives included here are a bourbon-based drink served on the rocks with a twist of lemon. This is called the Shawty. Another one is the 1 Up Cocktail which is a vodka-based drink composed of vodka, club soda, pineapple juice, fresh lemon juice, and crushed ice.
The Drunk Botanist
“The Drunk Botanist” is a literary combination of history, biology, chemistry, mixology, and etymology that is intriguing to read. This book is sectioned into three sections, having 50 drink recipes and gardening tips each. It covers topics such as flowers, spices, herbs, fermentation, and distillation.
Additionally, this also covers botanical mixtures and garnishes based on the season that you can easily get from your garden. Recipes for mojitos, margaritas, and martinis, even the customized cocktail recipes, can be found here.
Mocktails: Non-alcoholic Cocktails With Taste and Style
Do you want to give up alcohol? “Mocktails” is a fun selection of over 80 stylish and colorful drinks that taste as wonderful as they look. Enjoy zesty combinations, seasonal delicacies, and festive and elegant non-alcoholic cocktails. Blueberry Cardamom Smash, Lychee-tini, Pomegranate Apple Spiced Cider, Lavender Bubbly, and Thai Daiquiri are just a few of the mocktails featured in this visual guide.