Good Eating's Cocktail Recipes: Mixology Tips and More Than 50 Classic and Artisanal Drinks

Good Eating's Cocktail Recipes: Mixology Tips and More Than 50 Classic and Artisanal Drinks

by Chicago Tribune Staff (Author)

Good Eating’s Cocktail Recipes presents original recipes and innovative twists on classic cocktails from the Chicago Tribune’s award-winning food and drink writers, as well as from highly respected local bartenders. Included are tips on setting up a home bar, choosing the freshest ingredients, and creating the perfect mixed drink for yourself, family, and friends.

Good Eating's Cocktail Recipes is a highly useful and easily searchable guide—pull it up on your Smartphone or keep it on a nearby tablet. Conveniently organized by base liquor, this book allows readers to explore their favorite spirits more extensively and to try exotic drinks through proven recipes. Whether cocktail aficionados favor vodka, rum, gin, tequila, brandy, or whiskey, or are intrigued by Campari, sherry, and absinthe, this book has it all.

Emphasizing simplicity, this book offers a variety of drinks featuring two-or-three ingredients, such as Sidecars and Manhattans. But for the more adventurous sort, unique gourmet creations like the Orange Jazz (combining citrus-infused vodka with Jasmine tea) will satisfy any craving for craft cocktails. Good Eating's Cocktail Recipes is a fun, easygoing, and modern take on mixology, helping thirsty readers find easy yet creative approaches to fresh, artisanal drinks for any occasion.

Book Details

Publication Date
February 18, 2014
Publisher
Page count
51
ISBN
9781572844797
Paper ISBN
9781572844797