3 Cocktail Books We Love
By: Valeria Ramos
Alcohol is meant to be fun, but a girl can only have so many vodka crans before things get boring. Cocktail books are the answer to pregames, parties, and dinner when you’re looking to mix things up and try new, more original cocktails. Here are three cocktail books that are sure to up your mixing game.
Tequila Mockingbird: Cocktails with a Literary Twist
This book is essential for those who love literature, puns, and booze (the best kind of people if we’re being honest). A few favorite recipes from this book include “Gone with the Gin” and “The Last of the Mojitos.” Also included are bar bites and drinking games!
The Little Book of Cocktails
Looking for just a few simple recipes and tips you can use to impress your party guests? This little book is for you. Also available from the author Rufus Cavendish include The Little Book of Drinking Games and The Little Book of Hangovers.
Free the Tipple: Kickass Cocktails Inspired by Inspired Women
This book celebrates inspiring women from the 20th century to today with a cheers! Some highlights from this book include the Lucille Ball—a sweet frosé, and the Beyoncé—a lemonade cocktail.