1000 Best Bartender’s Recipes
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Whether it’s with a classic Martini (gin, vermouth and an olive-stirred, not shaken), the five-ingredient International Incident shot, or an intricate tropical fishbowl drink garnished with fruit and umbrellas, Parker offers readers a thousand ways to avoid the perils of sobriety.
Organized not by the dominant alcohol in each, but by style, the “Breakfast and Brunch Cocktails” are separated from the “Lounge Lizards’ Classic Cocktails” and the “Bahama Mama Tropical Drinks,” among others, which could make it difficult for the reader trying to find a drink to build using the random alcoholic odds and ends common to many home bars, but a boon to those who pick up the book before hitting the liquor store.
Cocktail purists might take issue with the over 100 virgin drinks included and Parker’s use of store-bought mixes, but with the sheer number of recipes (and the variations on each), there are bound to be a drink or ten for everyone.