Lift Your Spirits: A Celebratory History of Cocktail Culture in New Orleans
As someone who recently visited New Orleans a couple of months ago, I instantly fell in love with this city. I loved the vibrant colors, sounds, diversity, and culture that this city had to offer. New Orleans is known for rich culture, nightlife, and, of course, its drinks!!!!
Lift Your Spirits is an informative guide on–what else–the history of those infamous cocktails that we all know and love. Providing a detailed history of the drinks and how alcohol became integrated into New Orleans, this book will definitely have you lifting your glass, as you will be drowning in some very insightful knowledge. With forty cocktail recipes interspersed in this book, I’m sure you will find a drink that will suit your need. Are you curious as to how the Hurricane drink became infamous for New Orleans? Then I suggest you lift those fingers and one click this book now.
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|Author||Elizabeth M. Williams • Chris McMillian • Dale DeGroff, Foreword|
|Page Count||152 pages|
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|Category||Cooking, Food & Wine|