From the ABC to the Manhattan and the Negroni to the Zombie, The Cocktail Bible is an A-Z collection of 200 classic and contemporary cocktails. With tips and techniques, quotes and notes, this alphabetical anthology will interest the curious and dare the adventurous.
The perfect party companion. What is a Mojito compared to a Martini compared to a John Collins? The Cocktail Bible features up-to-date recipes of all the classic cocktails as well as the newest favorites. Choose from more than 650 delicious drinks, including the: Whiskey Daisy Cosmopolitan Gin Garden Bossanova Monte Carlo Sling Passion Fruit Margarita Mango Bellini The many tips and techniques in The Cocktail Bible allow any amateur bartender to mix like a pro.
This collection brings classics cocktail and recipes Easy-to-follow. instructions will soon insure that the reader are mixing, shaking, stirring, and pouring with all the confidence and elan of a professional bartender in any of the world's great cosmopolitan cities in your own home.
Whether you're planning a lavish party or just indulging in a nightcap, The Classic Cocktail Bible gives you a range of inspirations to create the exotic and the timeless. Cocktails are soaring in popularity as the nation's tastes grow more sophisticated and people are thirsty for new flavours and experiences. Beautifully illustrated with mouth-watering full colour photography, the book includes long and short drinks, still and sparkling, fruity and refreshing as well as creamy and indulgent - you'll never tire of trying the new concoctions.Includes 200 recipes with age-old classics such as the daiquiri, dry martini, margarita and Long Island ice tea. Each spirit is thoroughly explained to give you advice on selecting what to buy and perfecting its accompaniments. There's also a selection of fantastic insider tips, a full glossary of terms and step-by-step guides to mastering different techniques.A history of the evolution and culture of cocktails immerses you in a more glamorous era and The Classic Cocktail Bible allows you to taste it for yourself.
This collection presents classic and contemporary cocktail recipes and mixing, shaking, stirring, and pouring. It brings advice on essential bar equipment, glasses, measuring, and mixing. Plus some tips of the trade. There are fail-safe recipes for every kind of cocktail from familiar favorites to concoctions and from long refreshing coolers to vibrant little shooters, using all imaginable ingredients.
Mix drinks like a pro with this indispensible collection of 150 of the world's finest cocktails, all of which can be made from the comfort of your own mixing lab: your kitchen. Dan Jones shares recipes for classic tipples such as the Margarita and Martini to the more modern Thank God it's Friday and Morning After, in the ultimate format for usefulness - the manual. Starting with 'Basic Tools', Dan covers the fundamental kit required to make your moonshine - the shaker, glassware, bottle opener, spirits and mixers, manly patience and know-how. He then moves on to signature drinks, social occasions, quirky ingredients and designer ice - no element of the cocktail goes unturned. With a stylish vintage design and illustrations throughout, Mixers Manual is witty and informative, set to become a classic.
Cocktails never seem to go out of fashion. In fact, they are constantly being reinvented and many new, colourful and often quirky recipes have been created in recent times. Cocktail Bible includes more than 140 recipes, from classic Martinis and Daiquiris to state-of-the-art, fresh and fruity creations such as Vodka, Melon & Mint. And there are even some great ideas for mocktails too. As well, there's lots of useful advice on setting up and stocking your home bar, on choosing glasses, on simple but clever garnishes-and, of course, on making the perfect cocktail. Add stunning photography to the mix, and this is a book to whet every appetite.