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Step inside a bartender’s apothecary, forage for garnishes, and craft some of the most popular cocktails, mocktails, and beverages.

Whether it’s adding a basil sprig or infusing gin with peaches; Cocktails, Mocktails and Garnishes from the Garden gives readers the ability to make classic cocktails and the confidence to craft innovative concoctions. Alongside recipes of some of the most popular cocktails come new-fangled libations, non-alcoholic equivalents, and instructions to create gorgeous garnishes.
A cocktail recipe book from the wild; Cocktails, Mocktails and Garnishes from the Garden features examples of garnishes and general know-how. With a reference guide of herbal and floral flavors that complement different spirits, and details about what to plant and how to grow your very own herb bar, readers craft cocktail recipes alongside nature. Inside, learn about herbs and their uses as well as:
  • General instructions on creating a garnish garden
  • The difference between a high ball and a coupe glass
  • Which bar tools are “must haves” for a home cocktail set-up

Botany for Bartenders

Step inside a bartender’s apothecary, forage for garnishes, and craft some of the most popular cocktails, mocktails, and beverages. This beautifully photographed compendium of craft cocktails includes examples of garnishes and interesting ingredients to give any drink a botanical twist.

The go-to reference for classic and modern cocktail recipes. Whether it’s adding a basil sprig or infusing gin with peaches; Cocktails, Mocktails and Garnishes from the Garden gives readers the ability to make classic cocktails and the confidence to craft innovative concoctions. Alongside recipes of some of the most popular cocktails come new-fangled libations, non-alcoholic equivalents, and instructions to create gorgeous garnishes.

Creating your very own herb bar and garnish garden for craft cocktails. A cocktail recipe book from the wild; Cocktails, Mocktails and Garnishes from the Garden features examples of garnishes and general know-how. With a reference guide of herbal and floral flavors that complement different spirits, and details about what to plant and how to grow your very own herb bar, readers craft cocktail recipes alongside nature. Inside, learn about herbs and their uses as well as:

  • General instructions on creating a garnish garden
  • The difference between a high ball and a coupe glass
  • Which bar tools are “must haves” for a home cocktail set-up

If you enjoyed books like The Drunken BotanistThe Wildcrafting BrewerShrubs, or Beautiful Booze, then you’ll love Cocktails, Mocktails and Garnishes from the Garden.

About The Author

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Katie Stryjewski is a writer, cocktail photographer, recipe developer, and Instagram influencer. She trained as an ornithologist and evolutionary biologist, receiving her PhD from Boston University and completing a postdoc at Harvard University before transitioning to her current career.
She lives in Somerville, Massachusetts, with her husband and son. You can find her on Instagram @garnish_girl and visit her blog http://www.garnishblog.com/
 
 

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