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Helen McGinn's Teetotal Tipples, for January and Beyond

Helen McGinn

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Prose: non-fiction, Coping with drug & alcohol abuse, Cooking, Alcoholic beverages, Spirits & cocktails, Non-alcoholic beverages

Mocktails, infusions and other adult soft drinks to help you ENJOY Dry January (and any other dry spells)

Ever decided to go booze-free only to find the alternatives a little, well . . . boring? If you're embarking on a dry spell, this book is just the tonic (so to speak).

Drinks expert Helen McGinn shows you how to make the most of your time off the sauce with plenty of recipes for simple homemade mocktails, infusions and cordials, along with a guide to non-alcoholic wines, beers and spirits worth adding to your drinks cupboard.

Think of this book as a friend, with a (dry) sense of humour, to keep you company in style through your booze-free spell.

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Praise for Helen McGinn's Teetotal Tipples, for January and Beyond

  • ... full of enticing recipes for drinks that delight but don't damage. - Country and Town House

  • To help you stay on the wagon (of dry January) till the end of the month, I thoroughly recommend this book, full of booze-free ideas to rescue you from dull lemonade hell - The Lady

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Helen McGinn

HELEN McGINN is a drinks expert and international wine judge, writing columns for the Daily Mail and Waitrose Food magazine. She's the author of award-winning wine blog and bestselling book The Knackered Mother's Wine Club. Among other awards, Helen won Online Drink Writer of the Year in Fortnum & Mason's inaugural Food & Drink Awards in 2013. She spent almost a decade sourcing wines around the world as a supermarket wine buyer and spent the next half-decade pregnant. Helen is married with three children. And she's hopeless with a hangover.

Twitter: @knackeredmutha
Instagram: @knackeredmother
Facebook: knackeredmotherswineclub
Website: www.knackeredmotherswineclub.com

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