Pour Me Another: 250 Ways to Find Your Favorite Drink (Hardcover)
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A go-to guide for discovering your new favorite cocktails: Use the drinks you already know and love to explore a world of delicious new spirits, combinations, and flavors.Pour Me Another starts with a simple premise: you know which cocktails you like, but what's next? Expert mixologist Hirsch has your answer in this cocktail book that explores the concept of starting with what you know and discovering what you love, breaking down the possibilities of gin, rum, tequila, vodka and whiskey, guided by your specific tastes and preferences. It's a choose-your-own-adventure guide to the world of great drinks.
Beginning with the first drinks to define or popularize those spirits - well known and beloved by now - Hirsch journeys through history and across your palate to uncover forgotten recipes and discover new combinations for the amateur mixologist. Pour Me Another is a simple and intuitive guide for exploring the many ways in which the liquors and cocktails we are most familiar with can serve as springboards for making delicious discoveries. Across 250 recipes divided into five chapters, Hirsch will show you why the drinks we know and love should only ever be just the beginning.
- If you love a Gin & Tonic, try the refreshingly sweet & sour Satan's Halo
- Is your go-to order the classic Mojito? Switch things up with the bold and briny Dunlop
- Everyone loves a Margarita, but have you tried the Manhattan-inspired La Rosita?
- Discover the versatility of Vodka with a cousin to the Martini, in the botanical Stupid Cupid
Expand your palate and discover your new favorite beverage with the endless possibilities in this essential handbook for the cocktail lovers and home mixologists everywhere. Bartender, pour me another!
About the Author
J.M. Hirsch is a James Beard Award-winning food and travel writer. He is editorial director of Christopher Kimball's Milk Street, a Boston-based food media company with a 140,000-circulation print magazine, award-winning cookbooks and public television and radio shows that reach millions of viewers and listeners. His previous cookbooks include High Flavor, Low Labor and Beating the Lunchbox Blues. He is the former national food editor for The Associated Press and lives in New Hampshire with his son, husband and two cats.
"Milk Street editorial director J.M. Hirsch uses cocktails you already love as a starting point for embracing new and exciting combinations, with 250 recipes that will turn your home bar into a choose-your-own adventure experience."—Epicurious