Tequila Mockingbird: Cocktails with a Literary Twist

November 4, 2019 - Comment

“A gem.” -BuzzFeed Even if you don’t have a B.A. in English, tonight you’re gonna drink like you do! From barflies to book clubs, Tequila Mockingbird is the world’s bestselling cocktail book for the literary obsessed. Featuring 65 delicious drink recipes paired with wry commentary on history’s most beloved novels, Tequila Mockingbird also includes bar

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“A gem.” -BuzzFeed

Even if you don’t have a B.A. in English, tonight you’re gonna drink like you do!

From barflies to book clubs, Tequila Mockingbird is the world’s bestselling cocktail book for the literary obsessed. Featuring 65 delicious drink recipes paired with wry commentary on history’s most beloved novels, Tequila Mockingbird also includes bar bites, drinking games, and whimsical illustrations throughout. Drinks include:

The Pitcher of Dorian Grey Goose The Last of the Mojitos Love in the Time of Kahlua Romeo and Julep A Rum of One’s Own Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margarita Vermouth the Bell Tolls
and more!2013 Goodreads Choice Award (Food & Cookbooks)
Entertainment Weekly Great Gifts for Book Lovers
BookPage Best of 2013
Clue on Jeopardy

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  • Running Press Book Publishers

Comments

Anonymous says:

Tons of cocktail/drink recipes based on books you know and love.. This book is hilarious! I gave it as a birthday gift but I kind of want one for myself. Tons of cocktail/drink recipes based on books you know and love…or hate! LOL.Each one has a brief review (? not really but kind of) of the book before listing the ingredients and directions for the drink.Very fun gift for anyone that loves books!

Anonymous says:

Perfect gift for an English teacher Bought as a gift for my coworker who is an English teacher. If you know anything about English teachers, then you know they love literature and they love to drink.

Anonymous says:

Adorable and Punny, but With a Weird Classification System Love the recipes, and the variety: simple, complex, sweet, tart, bitter etc. The literary puns were spot-on, and I liked the idea that the drink could match both the themes at work in the story, and sometimes even the literary criticism surrounding the novel. The suggested games at the end were very funny, and the illustrations also added to the whole presentation.My only complaint was the way the cocktails were arranged into male/female categories.Really…

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