Dip into this collection of triumphal triptych cocktails, featuring: • Sours (Tom Collins; Bee’s Knees; Sidecar) • Highballs (Dark ‘n’ Stormy; Harvey Wallbanger) • Improved classics (Manhattan; Negroni; Japanese Cocktail) • ...
Author: Robert Simonson
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
Finalist for the 2018 James Beard Foundation Book Awards for "Beverage" category A collection of the greatest drinks of all time, modern and classic, all of which conveniently feature only three ingredients. 3-Ingredient Cocktails is a concise history of the best classic cocktails, and a curated collection of the best three-ingredient cocktails of the modern era. Organized by style of drink and variations, the book features 75 delicious recipes for cocktails both classic (Japanese Cocktail, Bee's Knees, Harvey Wallbanger) and contemporary (Remember the Alimony, Little Italy, La Perla), in addition to fun narrative asides and beautiful full-color photography.
These essentials will make your cocktail evenings a little easier – but by no means are they must-haves for these ... It comes with a fitted lid and strainer so you can fill the shaker with ice, then add your ingredients, and shake hard ...
Author: Kate Calder
Publisher: Hardie Grant Publishing
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.
cocktail is also an oldtimey saying. Isn't it funny how language evolves IRL? Makes one large drink or two small ones 3 ounces gin 11⁄2 ounces lemon juice 11⁄2 ounces honey Combine ingredients and serve over ice.
Author: Jennifer McCartney
Publisher: The Countryman Press
The anti-hipster drink book, perfect for hipsters and their haters "McCartney sends up the craft cocktail movement with a healthy dose of sarcasm and a lot of booze" (Lifehacker) "Shake up your workweek with this perfect resource." (InStyle)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR ROBERT SIMONSON writes about cocktails for a living . Yes , in answer to the question he fields almost daily , that's a real job . He is the author of The OldFashioned ( 2014 ) , A Proper Drink ( 2016 ) , 3 - Ingredient ...
Author: Robert Simonson
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
Indulge your thirst for new ways to enjoy tequila and mezcal with 60+ recipes for agave cocktails from a James Beard Award–nominated author and New York Times spirits writer. From riffs on classics such as the Mezcal Mule and Oaxaca Old-Fashioned to new favorites such as Naked and Famous or Smoke and Ice, discover how to use mezcal and tequila to create cocktails in nearly every classic cocktail formula—from flip to sour to highball—that highlight the smoky, edgy flavors of these unique and popular spirits. Robert Simonson, author of The Old-Fashioned and The Martini Cocktail, covers a broad range of flavors with doable, delicious recipes that are easy to assemble, most only requiring three or four ingredients. This comprehensive, straightforward guide is perfect for tequila and mezcal enthusiasts looking for creative ways to enjoy agave spirits more often and in more varied ways—or for anyone who just likes to drink the stuff.
Adapted by the Editors of PUNCH, New York The first known mention of the oddball three-ingredient cocktail comes from Patrick Gavin Duffy's The Official Mixer's Manual (1934) in these proportions. We discovered it thanks to Robert ...
Author: Editors of PUNCH
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
A giftable collection of 70 cocktails built to fortify against the cold, featuring essential classics; updated riffs on traditional toddies, punches, nogs, and spiked coffees; and thoroughly modern drinks built to channel the season. Packed with hot, spiced, and buttered seasonal imperatives, plus plenty of nostalgic favorites and homegrown creations, Winter Drinks offers the ultimate collection of cold-weather cocktails, both classic and modern. Curated by the PUNCH editorial team with the help of its network of top bartenders, each recipe has been tested and adapted to contemporary tastes, alongside creative tweaks that offer new ways to incorporate the season's flavors into foolproof drinks. PUNCH covers the ins and outs of making a spirit infusion, how to batch drinks for a crowd, how to bottle favorite stirred drinks and freeze them ahead for on-the-fly Manhattans and martinis, three-step syrups and shrubs to keep on hand, and tips and tools to build a winter-ready bar.
—Robert Simonson, author, The Martini, A Proper Drink, The Old Fashioned, and 3-Ingredient Cocktails (Brooklyn, NY) Litchfield Distillery is producing some fine product in northwest Connecticut, honoring the local farming community.
Author: Brian Bartels
“[Bartels] takes us on a fascinating bar crawl across the country, explaining the history of America’s cocktail and drinking culture along the way.” —Wylie Dufresne, chef and owner of Du’s Donuts The United States of Cocktails is a celebration of the cocktail history of every state in America. After traveling this great nation and sampling many of the drinks on offer, cocktail authority Brian Bartels serves up a book that is equal parts recipe collection, travelogue, historical miscellany, bartender’s manual, and guide to bar culture today—with bar and drink recommendations that are sure to come in handy whether or not you are crossing state lines. Delving into the colorful stories behind the creation of drinks we love, this book includes more than 100 recipes alongside spirited analysis of each state’s unique contributions to cocktail culture. Filled with colorful illustrations, The United States of Cocktails is an opinionated and distinctively designed love letter to the spirits, bars, and people who have created and consumed the iconic drinks that inspire us and satisfy our thirst. “You could hardly ask for a more personable guide than Brian Bartels. He knows the oldest bars, the coolest bars, the can’t-miss bars and the oddest local quaffs in all 50 states, so you’ll never make the mistake of ordering a Whiskey Ditch in Louisiana or search for Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy on an Arizona back bar.” —Robert Simonson, author of The Old-Fashioned “Brian Bartels is a spirits traveler extraordinaire and this informative, highly-entertaining book is my new go-to guide for the most social of vices—drinkin’.” —Greg Mottola, director of Superbad, Adventureland, and The Newsroom
Author: The Editors of Coastal LivingPublish On: 2017-05-02
This three-ingredient cocktail is a festive twist on the standard bar offering. A creamy, minty after-dinner drink, it's best enjoyed with a sweet dessert. Serves 1 2 tablespoons (1 ounce) white crème de menthe 2 tablespoons (1 ounce) ...
Author: The Editors of Coastal Living
Publisher: Time Inc. Books
With incredible flip factor, this book features beautifully photographed scenic shots of coastal settings around the globe as well as photos of thirst-quenching beach cocktails that beg to be savored. Learn about the origin and key ingredients of a host of tiki bar favorites like HawaiiÍs Mai Tais, CubaÍs Daiquiris (HemingwayÍs favorite), Key WestÍs Rum Runners, and BrazilÍs Caipirinhas as well as the spirited modern mixes born of todayÍs burgeoning craft cocktail movement. Including a 411 on all things bar-related: bar gear (tools, glassware), stocking the bar (spirits, mixers), as well as bar basics like making simple syrups, infusions, and creative garnishes, this gifty book also demystifies bar lingo like bitters, shrubs, muddle and neat. Whether you prefer a classic sip on the sand, a cutting-edge contemporary toddy, or a refreshing mocktail while watching the tide roll in, Beach Cocktails is your thirst-aid kit.
This easy three-ingredient cocktail revives the elegance of the original to make a drink that is much sexier than artificial store-bought daiquiri mix. 2 ounces rum 3⁄4 Shake rum, simple syrup, and lime juice with ice.
Author: Clair McLafferty
Publisher: Whalen Book Works
Romantic Cocktails is a bewitching collection of over 100 classic and craft cocktail recipes, perfect for winning hearts—and mending broken ones, too! Inside the plush red foil cover of Romantic Cocktails you will find the secret to mixing up more than 100 cocktails for couples, crushes, and star-crossed lovers. Chapters include Vintage Romance (classic cocktails from the good old days); Pretty Drinks (visually stunning, gem-colored concoctions); Love Potions (cocktails packed with aphrodisiacs); Zero-Proof Cocktails (booze-free elixirs); Drinks for Two (what’s more romantic than sharing a glass); Modern Craft Cocktails (exclusive drink recipes contributed by craft bartenders from San Francisco to Hong Kong); and a bonus chapter on Irresistible Bar Snacks, From-Scratch Ingredients, & Garnishes (cheese boards, chocolate-dipped everything, spirit infusions, and more). The drinks are as fun and charming as they are intoxicating, with names including: The Afternoon Delight, a little sweet, a little naughty Boozy Milkshake for Two, two straws please Between the Sheets, a romantic variation on the classic Sidecar cocktail The Vesper Martini, synonymous with sophistication The Goodnight Kiss, the perfect nightcap for a night you don’t want to end Simple step-by-step instructions and gorgeous full-color photographs make every drink recipe easy and truly swoon-worthy. Author and bartender Clair McLafferty offers insider tips and tricks for everything from sizing up recipes for a party to fixing a drink that didn’t turn out quite right. Sidebars show how to master details like floating flowers, muddling herbs, and garnishing drinks with amazing bitters art. And throughout the book, readers will find drinks-relatedromantic quotations and toasts from the likes of Shakespeare, Louisa May Alcott, and James Baldwin. Whether you are looking for a romantic gift or a reliably excellent cocktail book for your home bar, Romantic Cocktails will knock your socks off!
He is the author of several books, including The Old- Fashioned, 3- Ingredient Cocktails, The Martini Cocktail, and Mezcal and Tequila Cocktails. In A Proper Drink, he told the story of the modern cocktail revival.
Author: Noah Rothbaum
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Alcoholic beverages
"The Oxford Companion to Spirits and Cocktails presents an in-depth exploration of the world of spirits and cocktails in a ground-breaking synthesis. The Companion covers drinks, processes, and techniques around the world as well as those in the US and Europe. It provides clear explanations of the different ways that spirits are produced, including fermentation, distillation and ageing, alongside a wealth of new detail on the emergence of cocktails and cocktails bars, including entries on key cocktails and influential mixologists and cocktail bars"--
About the Author ROBERT SIMONSON writes about cocktails, spirits, bars, and bartenders for the New York Times. He is also contributing editor and columnist at PUNCH. His books include The Old-Fashioned, A Proper Drink, and 3-Ingredient ...
Author: Robert Simonson
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
The first book in decades to celebrate and explore the history of the most iconic of classic cocktails, the martini, with 50 recipes. JAMES BEARD AWARD FINALIST • WINNER OF THE TALES OF THE COCKTAIL SPIRITED AWARD® • IACP AWARD FINALIST • “Simonson’s a fleet-footed writer, and his thumbnail history is easily satisfying without getting into the weeds. . . . This is a no-brainer for martini enthusiasts.”—Publishers Weekly A classic martini includes gin, vermouth, sometimes bitters, a lemon twist or olive, and lots of opinions—it’s these opinions that New York Times cocktail writer Robert Simonson uncovers in his exploration of the long and tangled history of the classic martini and its subtle variations. The book features examples of age-old recipes, such as the first martini recipe published in 1888, modern versions created by some of the world’s best bartenders, and martinis sought out by enthusiasts around the world, from Dukes Bar at the Dukes Hotel London to Musso and Frank Grill in Los Angeles. In The Martini Cocktail, you’ll discover everything you need to know about what components make a great martini, as well as a collection of 50 recipes to create your own drinks (and form your own opinions) at home.