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Kester Thompson is the brand manager for one of Israel’s biggest wineries, and has been a consultant for numerous restaurants and bars. He completed a course at the Absolut Akademi in Sweden, and is qualified to train bartenders worldwide.

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HASH(0x9e25e900) étoiles sur 5 A beverage essential 16 mai 2013
Par Ella Kwint - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
A former problem drinker, my sobriety, while a blessing, left me weary of Diet Cokes, club soda, and cranberry juice. I don't particularly love health smoothies and I can't drink coffee. Most restaurants are woefully unprepared to serve up virgin drinks much beyond kid's stuff or sugary pre-mixes. As I already had all the tools of the trade, I decided to entice my tastebuds right here at home.

To best enjoy this title (and really any other virgin drinks books) you should be prepared to:

--Already own or be willing invest in essential bar tools (A shaker, zester, strainer, and blender are the items I reach for the most.)

--Understand you may spend a tad more than you'd hoped liquor-free drinks would actually cost. Just because you don't need booze doesn't mean fresh fruit/herbs, tea, etc., are cheap.

--Experiment with ingredients that may be unfamiliar and visit shops off the beaten path.

--Possess a little patience for allowing refrigeration times, infusions, etc., and of course a sense of adventure with new flavors.

So now that we've covered that, don't feel discouraged as there are PLENTY of recipes here that don't require more than a regular ole glass, a quick trip to any supermarket, and literally 3 minutes to create!!

The book is separated into sections for fruit drinks, hot drinks for winter, dairy, etc. I particularly appreciate that the hardback edition has a spiral binding as the other alcohol-free recipe books I own* do not--and frankly that's a hassle (and potential mess) unless you have a book easel.

Of the recipes I've tried, very few are clunkers and the instructions are easy to follow; I don't cook so I cannot understate how vitally I require clear, simple language. I'll whip you up a drink, but I'm very kitchen-challenged. The author hasn't given me too much over my head.

There are ample full page photos but there isn't a photo for each drink--so you can use your imagination when it comes to garnish/serving. This isn't all "Martha Stewart-y" where you'll feel easily shamed at your results.

I've ended up pairing ingredients I never would have dreamed up on my own. The results: delicious. There's truly something for everyone. There's a few here that I'll literally be making for a lifetime, they're that tasty. Other offerings have a more novelty appeal.

There does seem to be an abundance of recipes with Indian-centric ingredients and spices; I happen to live in an area where those are readily offered and not considered exotic, but unlike my other drink books, this title does seem to really emphasize Indian flavor profiles.

There are also a lot of vegetable-based drinks which aren't my particular thing but if you're health conscious, you'll be in heaven. This is NOT a "add 4 cups of sugar" title. There's guilty pleasures, yes, but the bulk of recipes are not syrupy horrors.

Most of the recipes serve 2, so thankfully (for me anyway) this isn't too punch-heavy or all pitcher drinks intended for batches; fractions ain't my thing. Though just about all the recipes can be modified for 1 or for entertaining.

I'd recommend this title to anyone who is bored of the same old same old and is willing to put just a little effort into exciting their taste buds. But this isn't the most ideal book for someone looking for ginger ale based punches, considers paprika to be exotic, or anyone on a super tight budget.

*Last month I purchased 4 alcohol-free beverage recipe books. Along with this title I bought "Zero Proof" by Scott, "Ultimate Liquor-Free Drink Guide" by Herbst, and "Green Tea" by Heiss--all titles available here on Amazon. Each guide has something different to offer, but this offering is a great choice, second only in recipes to "Zero Proof" which I'll review separately.

But this is an EXCELLENT choice for both the amateur mixologist and veteran alike. It will take me months to create all the recipes, but I'm grateful a good 70% of them are drinks just about everyone can be excited about. Plus this offers a lot of actual info on how to whip up just about any conceivable type of virgin beverage. Recipes w/o practical guidance are kinda useless for me, but straight info w/o yumminess is pointless too. This succeeds at both.
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HASH(0x9cb20ee8) étoiles sur 5 Not really mocktails 29 décembre 2014
Par Mister Karl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
While this book contains several cocktail-style recipes and non-alcoholic versions of bar drinks, the main concentration of the book is not mocktails. The book includes milkshakes, fruit waters, lassis, and vegetable juice concoctions that require "freshly pressed" juices. This means purchasing a special vegetable pressing machine, as a regular juicer performs a different task. Recipes include a root-beer float garnished with a vanilla bean, lemonade, and iced tea. Are these really "mocktails"? The author even presents an egg cream recipe stating, "There was actually a time when it was made with eggs and cream." Well, that's what makes it an egg cream. Chocolate syrup, milk, and seltzer do NOT make an egg cream. Nor is it a cocktail; it is a soda fountain drink. I got about 8 recipes from the book that might be useful. The first one I made, the Ginger Ale Bellini, was quite disappointing in the taste department. If you are in a larger urban area where freshly pressed juices are available at the store, or you have the money to buy a vegetable pressing machine, you will probably get more out of this book than I did.
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HASH(0x9cb383a8) étoiles sur 5 These are Not virgin cocktails but unique drinks WELL worth trying! 6 décembre 2014
Par WyrdDragn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
The author is someone you want to invite over for a drink and just chat with; he's witty, intelligent, and seems willing to try seemingly odd flavor combinations just to see if he's missed something. This is the result of his ruminations. The format of the book (lay-flat hidden spiral binding) says he actually uses books in his kitchen and the tone of the author (I just went Mad in the kitchen and here's some of my favorite happy- accidents/ discoveries!) lends to seeing what Else he came up with on the next page. He does not come across as someone who is a recovering alcoholic pining for missed cocktails, but someone who likes to play with flavors and textures in delightful ways. I have been looking for these sorts of creative (NOT ALL FRUIT JUICE BASED!) mocktails for a very long time. There is enough variety in here that I will enjoy this book for years to come. Thank you for creating such a wonderful collection of drinks from how to make Turkish coffee, to Earl Grey soda, Rhubard Lassi, Spicy Mandarin, Sangrita, and Pumpkin punch. I tagged half a dozen recipes on my first read through. WELL worth the money.
HASH(0x9e288240) étoiles sur 5 Perfect - except for the ones that call for exotic ... 26 mai 2015
Par Ise Loa - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Perfect - except for the ones that call for exotic ingredients and multiple steps. Would like to see more "simple" (few ingredients, easy to make, nothing I can't find in the grocery store) recipes.
HASH(0x9cb10a80) étoiles sur 5 Perfect for that special Summer Party 1 mai 2015
Par Rebecca Eye - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I haven't had a chance to make any of the "Mocktails"... they're for summer parties.
But I did browse through the recipes and they look delicious. I look forward to trying them all
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