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The Cocktail Box: 50 recipes for Classics & Modern Classic [deck]: 50 recipes for Classics & Modern Classic [deck]


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Spirits & cocktails

50 cocktail recipe cards to get you toasting, cheers-ing and celebrating the best of life with the people in your life.

Presented in a box with a foiled lid, and with 50 recipe cards featuring 1920's and Art Deco-inspired patterns, this is a beautiful gift for you or anyone you know who knows how to host a party.

There's nothing like a well-balanced drink to add a bit of pizzazz to your day. Whether you're toasting a recent triumph, bringing together friends and family or just capping off a long day of work, mixing your own cocktails at home is easier than you think.

Featuring 50 recipe cards for Prohibition-era classics such as the Southside and the Gimlet, and modern classics such as the Breakfast Martini, and the Bramble, The Cocktail Box is the home bartender's best friend. There are cocktails to suit every taste and occasion from bubbly and sweet fizzy drinks that bring the party spirit, to dark and aromatic blends to help you unwind. The cards are also accompanied by a short guide that includes all the equipment, techniques and tips that you need to succeed.

Each card has a clear and easy to follow recipe along with a little bit of cocktail history. Gone are the days of having to prop open a book while measuring ingredients - take the card with you wherever it's easiest to see. You can also bring cocktails you want to try on your next shopping trip as a reminder of which ingredients you need. You can even use the cards to display cocktail choices at a party or announce the cocktail of the day.

And when you're not sure which cocktail to try next, just shuffle the cards and pull a recipe at random for a delicious surprise!

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Mark Cowley is a Senior Development Executive and Scriptwriter at ITV Studios and has written for a host of hit ITV shows, including Saturday Night Takeaway, Love Island, Britain's Got Talent and I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!

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