There are more than 1,000 recipes spilt between several types of drinks, garnishes, infusions, syrups, and more. Many are accompanied by detailed illustrations. Available in hardcover and on Kindle.
The book is small and uses small print.
Offers 125 recipes, with most including a virgin variation. Illustrated with full-color photographs. Available in hardcover, on Kindle, and in audio form on Audible.
It’s not great for more advanced mixologists or those looking to improve their skills.
Has 65 drink recipes such as “Romeo and Julep.” Includes recipes for bar bites, examples of drinking games, and illustrations. Available in hardcover, spiral-bound, and Kindle formats.
This book is best used by literary fiends who can appreciate the references; serious mixologists should look elsewhere.
This book specializes in artisan cocktails and includes over 200. Our expert notes that it’s useful and has a stylish look. Available in hardcover, spiral-bound and on Kindle.
It lacks detailed instructions on techniques and tools that could improve your skills.
Contains more than 500 of the titular bar’s recipes. It also works as a textbook, offering theory and philosophy lessons, guides to selecting spirits, and step-by-step instructions on technique.
Most of the recipes may be too complex for beginners.
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