Top 5 Best Cocktail Books for the Home Mixologist

But cocktails were born over 200 years ago, first noted in a newspaper during Thomas Jefferson’s administration. Frowned upon by polite society for their association with morning drinking and edgy scoundrels, cocktails made their way into the mainstream in the mid-1800s. Shortly after World War II, however, aside from the classic martini, their popularity waned. With the onset of more creativity in innovative bars, and growing fascination shared on the Internet through blogs and social media posts, the new wave of cocktails broke in the early 2000s and has only gained traction since.

Death & Co: Modern Classic Cocktails <!– BADGE

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