The art of cocktail-making is more accessible than ever with today’s array of cocktail recipe books, suited for every level of expertise.
Well-mixed drinks can level up any at-home entertaining experience, and recipe books double as thoughtful gifts. Bring the cocktail bar experience to your home with one or all of these delightful recipe books that explore flavors and techniques all around the world.
Fever-Tree Easy Mixing offers a wide variety of drinks using straightforward ingredients and processes. No need to scour specialty stores for uncommon liquors; these recipes are simple and many offer up to three variations. Switch up your favorite recipes with the "simple," "sassy" or "sophisticated" versions.
Looking to branch out with your cocktail ingredients? Explore the flavors of Japan in these 80 exciting recipes. Each are influenced by Masahiro Urishido’s heritage and experience as the owner and mixologist at top New York City bar Katana Kitten. This book showcases Japan’s approach to cocktail-making with a focus on unique spirits, and it's sure to impress guests at your next friendly gathering.
This popular book contains recipes for all levels, tastes and occasions. Boasting more than 200 recipes, The Art of Mixology will have you feeling like a professional bartender. The book also covers various mixology methods and includes non-alcoholic recipes, so you can up your mocktail game, too.
If you’ve seen the Harry Potter, Star Wars or the Star Trek series, chances are you’ve wondered what Butterbeer, Jawa Juice and Romulan Ale taste like. This book realistically imagines fictional drinks from cult movies, including a non-alcoholic chapter and simple syrup recipes. Get your nerd crew together and taste the fantasy at your next themed party or trivia night with one of these innovative recipes!
Straight from the popular cocktail institution in New York City's East Village, these recipes have been carefully-crafted by Death & Co.'s creative and award-winning bar staff. The book also contains a complete, step-by-step section that breaks down the theory and philosophy behind the cocktail-making process. This dense, cloth-bound book is perfect for avid, intermediate-level mixologists.
Complete with beautiful photographs of each drink and straightforward recipes, this book teaches all the basics from cocktail ingredients to technique. History buffs rejoice: each recipe is accompanied by an accurate history of its origins.