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Irish Kitchen Cocktails

Demonstrating that cocktails are not just for fancy bars and hotels, this attractive book shows – to the delight of the cocktail world’s ever-growing number of fans – how we can all make them at home too.
Sub-titled 60 Drinks You Can Make at Home with Everyday Equipment it’s an idea that industry pro Oisín Davis has been brewing up for some time – and, with 20 years in the bar and drinks industry under his belt, there’s no better man to show us how easy it is to make cocktails with Irish spirits using ordinary equipment that we’re all likely to have in our kitchens already.
“Do you have a spoon and a large bowl?”, he asks, “Then you can stir up the perfect punch for any kind of party, like Mrs Doyle’s Iced Tea. Remember that NutriBullet you bought because you wanted to go on a smoothie diet? Dust it off and you can rock out a whole heap of frozen cocktails, including a Frozen Jameson, Ginger Ale & Lime. Got a decent-sized jug and a hand blender? You can lash together amazing cocktails in minutes, such as a Wicklow Wanderer. Found yourself in a cocktail emergency? Be prepared with drinks such as the Ginger Divil.”
After travelling the world spreading the word about Irish drinks, Oisín knows that Ireland is home to some of the best distilleries on the planet, and it’s not just whiskey. We’re also creating incredible Irish gin, poitín, vodka, rum, liqueur, mead, vermouth and fruit distillates. In these 60 recipes, from a classic Irish coffee to a frozen poitín piña colada, Oisín is on a one-man mission to show you how to mix up whopper homegrown drinks. So here’s the perfect gift for the cocktail-loving person in your life – a bottle of their favourite Irish tipple and Oisín’s book to show all the exciting things you can do with it. Sláinte!
Irish Kitchen Cocktails is published by boutique Irish publisher Nine Bean Rows with fun,
retro-style imagery by photographer Joanne Murphy and stylist Orla Neligan.

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