Mixing New Orleans—Cocktails & Legends
By Phillip Collier
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I loved reading the stories and checking out the old pictures in this book, ~Mixing New Orleans—Cocktails & Legends~, that offers a historical review of the cocktail. You can read up on Sazeracs, Hurricanes, absinthe, and the famous places where to get them—the recipes mean you can learn to make them at home, too. A must-read for anyone heading to New Orleans who is planning on having a drink somewhere. It tends to happen there.
Southern Cocktails: Dixie drinks, Party Potions & Classic Libations
By Denise Gee and Robert M. Peacock
Another useful book in case all this cocktail talk has you thirsty is ~Southern Cocktails: Dixie Drinks, Party Potions & Classic Libations~. It might make you start integrating the cocktail hour like a true southerner. There are some recipes for nibbles as well, in case you have company calling. Your next Sunday is awaiting a Creole Bloody Mary.