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This sparkling cocktail is floral and fruity but not overly sweet. The floral notes in the elderflower liqueur are particularly nice with pear.
"Cheers for teaching how to plant a 'cocktail garden' from 'seedling to first sip' and use fresh farmers' market ingredients." --USA Today
"Bovis' guide contains over 150 recipes...sure to impress any guest. Sure there are millions of cookbooks and cocktail recipes out there, but Bovis' book is a new twist. Her eco-conscious and organic focus helps the aspiring bartender within us to understand what is going into the cocktails we all love to indulge." --Drink Me magazine
"Natalie Bovis is known for making some of the most delectable drinks on the planet and the ones she's included herein are no exception. As more and more bartenders are looking to craft bespoke ingredients for their cocktails, this volume will prove a great launching point. Detailed instructions on how to make your own syrups, jams, jellies, shrubs, infusions, liqueurs, bitters, mixers and garnishes provide a wealth of invaluable information for anyone looking to make the leap beyond pre-bottled ingredients." --in the Mix Magazine
"I truly appreciate [the author's] 'tools of the trade' where she shows what is needed before you try to mix up all this amazing deliciousness. These recipes are definitely more creative than the other cocktail books out there." - Sew Craft Table
The format is nice, with bright colorful pictures and the text was easy to read.
This book is an absolute must-read for home bartenders interested in the craft cocktail movement, as well as a great resource for professionals.
Like most cocktail books, you will need a fairly well stocked bar to make many of the drinks featured in the book.
Bought it for a friend as part of a birthday basket this year. She loves it. Lots of interesting things to try.Published 9 months ago by NorthShoreCanary
This book is an absolute must-read for home bartenders interested in the craft cocktail movement, as well as a great resource for professionals. Ms. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Nicholas Bode
This book included many delicious looking, easy to make recipes that I can't wait to try. Lots of great ideas for gifts!Published 14 months ago by Joy Ijams
The book begins as many others with the chapter Mixology Basics, where learn or re-;earn the basics of mixing cocktails. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
Natalie Bovis, "The Liquid Muse", does a nice job of presenting recipes with fun facts and interesting tips. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Happy Reader
While you should have a copy of "Edible Cocktails" to add to your cookbook shelf, don't just add it because it's an encyclopedia of new and interesting libations. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Barbara Bell
This is a great book for those already immersed in the world of mixology as well as those just starting out. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Shlok Vaidya
I've been a fan of farm to table cooking for a few years now and have been wanting to get into making my own cocktails but it seemed to complicated. Read morePublished 23 months ago by The Local Cook