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By Tessa Smith McGovern

The ideal pairing for an individual with a literary thirst!

From Jane Austen's little-known fondness for wine to Hemingway's cherished mojitos, literature and libations cross hand in hand. Cocktails for publication Lovers blends those in a tasty e-book that would satisfaction either readers and cocktail fanatics alike. This impossible to resist assortment positive aspects 50 unique and vintage cocktail recipes in line with works of well-known authors and renowned beverages in their eras, together with Orange Champagne Punch, Salted Caramel and Bourbon Milkshakes, or even Zombie Cola. So dip in, decide your favourite writer or publication, and take a sip―or commence initially and paintings your manner via. Cheers!

Cocktails encouraged by means of your favourite authors:
• Charlotte Bronte
• Dani Shapiro
• Dorothy Parker
• Ernest Hemingway
• F. Scott Fitzgerald
• Flannery O'Connor
• Jhumpa Lahiri
• Junot Diaz
• Virginia Woolf
• Wally Lamb
• And forty more!

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