A Women's Drink Book
During the Dark Ages, women weren't allowed in bars. Then came the era of "girly" drinks (sweet, colorful, fruity) that were supposedly inferior to "manly" ones (strong, brown, bitter). A Woman's Drink says "whatever" to cocktail stereotypes. It's full of delicious, beautiful recipes, including favorites of notable women that both flout and transcend silly gender lines. Mezcal Gimlet with Aperol? Gimme a double. Chamoyada Jell-o Shot Lime Slices? Happy bachelorette party, baby. Fun writing, helpful tips (how to treat vermouth, ingredient substitutions) and beautiful visuals make this celebration of female-forward cocktail culture a joyful treat. And yes, there's a cosmopolitan recipe, because pipe down, cocktail bro. Created in Brooklyn, New York. Manufactured in China.