Cocktails, Cocktails and More Cocktails (Review)
I’m drinking my way through this book, by Kester Thompson, starting in the middle with “Sex on the Beach”. I chose this one because Thompson describes the 80’s powerhouse cocktail with the thought provoking, “although quite a pungent drink, its length and fruitiness make it go down easily.” I had to give that one a try, or at least make one for my girlfriend. The book provides a wide range of cocktails, along with in depth directions and techniques for all of them. With the addition of historical facts and tidbits on the drinks and ingredients, it makes a good read as well as guide. Pick it up.
Rating: This one gets 4 beers and a shooter.
Disclaimer: All reviews are based on whether or not I like what I read, how many drinks I’ve had at the time, and how my personal life is going at the moment. My credentials for reviewing this book are lots of drinking experience.
( Ratings are from a low of 1 to a high of 4 stars, beers, cupcakes, socks, whatever.)