Author: Duane Swierczynski
Total Pages: 264
Author: Duane Swierczynski
Total Pages: 264
Author: Ray Foley
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages: 423
Make drinks like a master mixologist with 1,000 recipes Bartenders are the life of the party—and it’s never been easier to prepare and serve drinks that keep partygoers coming back for more! Whether you want to break into professional bartending or up your ante as a home mixologist, this clear, easy-to-follow guide has you covered. With tips on stocking your bar and working with the right tools and garnishes, as well as information on the latest liquor trends and popular new cocktails, it won’t be long before you hear, “Bartender, may I have another?” Concoct the perfect timeless and modern drinks Learn how to create perfect low and no-alcohol options Replicate everyone’s favorite ready-to-drink cocktails Stock your bar with the best glasses and tools If you’re looking for fresh ideas to keep your friends or customers happy, Bartending For Dummies is the perfect how-to resource for making a splash with great drinks.
Author: Amanda Hallay
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 314
Classy ladies and dapper gents have their favorite vintage cocktail go-to, and now you can as well! From Manhattans to Pink Ladies, Gin Fizzies to Whisky Sours, Gibsons to Stingers—and sixty additional cocktails—Classic Cocktails returns drinkers back to an age of sophisticated mixed drinks for the suave imbiber. While mixing your favorite cocktail, brush up on your pop culture trivia with quirky facts and snarky anecdotes. Recipes include: Bloody Mary Blue Hawaii Eggnog Gin Sling Mai Tai Mojito Old-Fashioned Screwdriver Tequila Sunrise Tom Collins White Russian And many more! Also included is information on serving suggestions, glassware, and remedies for curing that inevitable hangover. So harness your inner mixologist, break out the jar of maraschino cherries, and transport yourself and your friends to a time when “classic” cocktails were the only mixed drinks out there. Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking. We’ve been successful with books on gluten-free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and more. Our list includes French cooking, Swedish cooking, Austrian and German cooking, Cajun cooking, as well as books on jerky, canning and preserving, peanut butter, meatballs, oil and vinegar, bone broth, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.
Author: Richard Man
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 176
Drinks with All the Tastiness of a Well-Formed Craft Cocktail, but Without the Alcohol! Choosing to be alcohol-free is becoming more and more popular, and the range of non-alcoholic drink options is growing steadily in the stores. But many of us are still in doubt when it comes to combining drinks with food. Water, juice, and possibly non-alcoholic beer are probably the options most of us who prefer not to imbibe finally choose. But when you have dinner, these options may not feel as exciting as a well-chosen wine, and are they really always the perfect choice? Water, juice, tea, kombucha, lemonade, and non-alcoholic beer and wine—everything has a place on the dinner table if you only know what drink you should choose for what kind of food, and in Mocktails, Richard Man will help you choose the right one. In this book, you’ll find inspiration and recipes for making non-alcoholic beverages such as: Blackberry Spritzer Rhub and Honey Juniper Berry & Tonic Horchata de Almendras Ruby Red Kombucha Lagermonade Tropical Matcha Mojito Red Tea Punch Backyard Highball And many more From simple, five-minute recipes to complicated but elegant cocktails, Mocktails will teach you everything you could want to know about combining delicious food and drink to get the most out of your meal—no alcohol required. As Richard says: “Beverages served with food should match the food, regardless of alcohol content. [It’s] so simple.”
Author: Albert W.A. Schmid
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
Total Pages: 92
History, lore, and over fifty recipes in a “compulsively readable book about a classic American cocktail” (Susan Reigler, author of Kentucky Bourbon Country). Alongside such classics as the Old Fashioned, Mint Julep, and Martini, the Manhattan has been a staple of the sophisticated bar scene since the nineteenth century. Never out of style, this iconic drink has seen a renaissance in the craft cocktail movement, with a boost from TV's Mad Men. In theory, the recipe is simple: a mixture of whiskey, vermouth, and bitters stirred with ice, strained, and presented in a cocktail glass garnished with a cherry. But the exact ingredients and proportions—as well as the drink’s true origins—inspire great debate. In this guide, Albert W. A. Schmid dispels myths, including the tale that the Manhattan was created in 1874 by bartenders at New York City's Manhattan Club to honor the newly elected Governor Tilden at Lady Randolph Churchill’s request. Schmid also explores places and people that have contributed to the drink’s popularity and inspired its lore, including J. P. Morgan, who enjoyed a Manhattan every day at the end of trading on Wall Street. The Manhattan Cocktail also examines the effects of various bourbons and whiskeys on the aroma and flavor, even answering the age-old question of “shaken or stirred?” With over fifty recipes as well as notes and anecdotes from personalities ranging from renowned mixologist Dale DeGroff to writer Sir Kingsley Amis, it will delight both the cocktail novice and the seasoned connoisseur.
Author: Tom Sandham
Publisher: Fair Winds Press (MA)
Total Pages: 308
World's Best Cocktails is an exciting global journey, providing the secrets to successful cocktail making, their history and provenance, and where to seek out the world’s best bars and bartenders, from London to Long Island and beyond. Cocktail and liquor connoisseur Tom Sandham provides a comprehensive appraisal of global cocktail culture, highlighting the trends and techniques that make the finest drinks popular in their native climes and across the world. Cocktail lovers will appreciate personal tips from key bartenders such as Jim Meehan and Dale de Groff in New York and Tony Conigliaro and Salvatore Calabrese in London, while cutting-edge recent award winners point to the future with their new daring flavor combinations. At last, discerning drinkers can learn more about what to drink and where, then bring back their coolest cocktail experiences to enjoy at home.
Author: FeverTree Limited
Publisher: Hachette UK
Total Pages: 224
'The Ultimate G&T' -- Jamie Oliver 'The best tonic on the planet' -- Ashton Kutcher The first cocktail book to put the mixers centre-stage, from brilliant Fever-Tree brand and created by leading bartenders around the world. Rather than starting with the spirits, this book focuses on key mixers - including tonic, lemonade, ginger ale, ginger beer and cola. Leading bartenders have created 125 classic and contemporary cocktail recipes that make the most of the botanical partnerships. The book also explores the origins of key ingredients, including quinine, lemons and elderflower, revealing the role quinine has played in geo-politics, for example, and the impact different herbs have on taste. In the way that we increasingly want to know the source and production methods of the food we eat, so this guide allows you to understand more fully what we drink - and use that knowledge to create the most delicious cocktails.
Author: Kate Calder
Publisher: Hardie Grant Publishing
Total Pages: 218
With 60 recipes, Three Ingredient Cocktails demonstrate that all the best cocktails are made with no more than three ingredients – think martini, old fashioned and margaritas. Divided by main ingredient – gin, vodka, tequila, whisky, rum and sparkling wine – each drink can be whipped up in five minutes or less, with simple snack suggestions at the end of each chapter to pair with them. Three Ingredient Cocktails shows you also how to make the most of a simple home bar set up, and how to turn your living room into an on-trend cocktail lounge. With make ahead and batch cocktails, as well as renowned classics, this book is everything you need to bring elegance and style to your cocktail hour.
Author: Jason Clark
Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small
Total Pages: 499
Enjoy two of life's greatest pleasures – coffee and alcohol – with this comprehensive guide to mixing perfect coffee cocktails. World-class mixologist Jason Clark will inspire, excite and educate you by taking you behind the bar for a masterclass in creating coffee-based cocktails. First take a journey into the history and craft of coffee, the world's most popular beverage, from crop to cup. Next follow his expert mixing tips aimed at everyone from keen beginners to bartenders working in the world's best bars. More than 80 recipes follow, covering all styles of cocktails from stirred and shaken through to blended and blazed. Learn how to perfect simple classics such as Espresso Martini and Irish coffee or try your hand at technical modern marvels Golden Velvet and Death By Caffeine. With The Art and Craft of Coffee Cocktails in hand your daily grind will never be the same!
Author: The Editors of Food & Wine
Publisher: Time Home Entertainment
Total Pages: 514
COCKTAILS features more than 150 of our best recipes—from classic drinks to contemporary craft cocktails—all from America's most innovative bartenders. A must-have collection for the home bartender, the book includes essential tips, tools, and techniques, plus 24 menu ideas for drinks and bites. Join the editors of FOOD & WINE as they showcase the art of mixing a proper cocktail and offering hospitality with the finest in food and drink. Cheers!