Like a classic cocktail, GROW YOUR OWN COCKTAIL GARDEN is built around 1 part grow guides, 1 part cocktails and a dash of flavour pairing. The book features 50 botanicals including Australian natives grown in The Gourmantic Garden.
I want this to be a one-stop shop – more than just a list of recipes. This book deconstructs cocktails to their constituent parts and helps you understand how to put them back together again through the use of the ‘Taste Triangle’.
Asia’s cocktail scene is one of the fastest growing and most awarded in the world, and Asia-based cocktails and spirits expert Holly Graham takes readers on an adventure through the region, telling its stories drink by drink.
Dave Broom has been at it again. The acclaimed author of Punch & Imbibe is back, but this time he has sat in the editor’s chair with Noah Rothbaum (Editor of the Daily Beast’s Half Full section) to create The Oxford Companion to Spirits & Cocktails.
It gives you recipes, sure, but more than that The Modern Cocktail gives you an insight into how Matt Whiley thinks about drinks, the creative process, and the ingredients he uses.
Here’s a new cocktail recipe book with a twist; instead of a simple alphabetical listing of a number of cocktails, L’Heure du Cocktail divides the recipes up into the hours of the day.
Thanks to Exposition Universelle des Vins et Spiritueux, you’ve got access to a huge number of digitised old cocktail books from the 1820’s to the 1940’s — and the best part is you can download old cocktail book PDFs for free.