Three-Ingredient-Or-Less Cocktails That Get to the Point  
by Jennifer McCartney 

The anti-hipster drink book, perfect for hipsters and their haters
Homemade pineapple-Sriracha syrup, giant spherical ice cubes, gin made from herbs picked by Armenian nuns and distilled with holy water . . . all for the low low price of $16 (in Brooklyn dollars). The artisanal cocktail movement is, let’s face it, not for everyone. What about drinks for the rest of us? The boozers who just want a good, stiff cocktail we can make at home after a day at work? What if you don’t own an ice-shaving kit or grow organic rosemary in your backyard? What if you're using a mug with your hand over it to mix your gimlet instead of the bespoke copper cocktail shaker you see at every joint in Bushwick? Rejoice, this book is for you. 40 two-color illustrations

Flexibound: 144 pages
Publisher: Countryman Press; 1 edition (March 14, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1581573545
ISBN-13: 978-1581573541
Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 0.7 x 7.7 inches

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Cocktails for Drinkers:Not-Even-Remotely-Artisanal