New Orleans Cocktails: An Elegant Collection of Over 100 Recipes Inspired by the Big Easy (City Cocktails) (Hardcover)
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N'awlins. Crescent City. The Big Easy. New Orleans is full of culture and at the heart of this culture…cocktails!
Immerse yourself in the magic and mystery of the city with this fun and elegant new guide to the best bars and cocktails of New Orleans. Far more than just a cocktail recipe book, New Orleans Cocktails features signature creations by the best mixologists in the Big Easy, inspired by Crescent City musicians, writers, and revolutionaries alike featuring:
- More than 100 of New Orleans' most exciting cocktails and bartender originals, including: New Orleans classics like the Sazerac (at the Sazerac Bar, of course) and Arnaud's twist on the French 75, drinks inspired by the city's history, like the absinthe-filled Jean LaFitte Cocktail
- A Brief History of New Orleans cocktails
- Soundtrack suggestions to transport you to the birthplace of Jazz
- Bartending techniques and preparations to make exquisite cocktails at home
- Tips for the first-time New Orleans visitor drinking their way around the city
- Cocktail terminology for understanding what you hear and what you read
- Iconic drinks like the Classic Hurricane that will transport you to Bourbon Street
You'll also find invaluable insider tips from local bartenders, including a Q&A with Ann Tuennerman, founder of Tales of the Cocktail! Concoct your own authentic Mardi Gras celebration without ever leaving your zip code with this comprehensive guide to the art of New Orleans cocktail making.
About the Author
Sarah Baird is a freelance journalist based in Kentucky. She manages The Goldenrod, a Substack Local publication covering central and eastern Kentucky. Baird is the author of three books: New Orleans Cocktails: An Elegant Collection of Over 100 Recipes Inspired by the Big Easy, Kentucky Sweets: Bourbon Balls, Spoonbread, and Mile High Pie, and Summer Squash. Her writing has appeared in Serious Eats, The Washington Post, TASTE, Eater, The Guardian, Saveur, Food & Wine, and more.