Our list of some of the best Mixology books & series in recent years. Get inspired by one or more of the following books.
- Spelldriver (The Magic & Mixology Mystery Series) (2019)
- Jinx & Tonic (The Magic & Mixology Mystery Series) (Volume 3) (2016)
- Stripology Mixology from GE Designs: 13 Quilts Made Easy with Stripology Rulers and Precuts (2018)
- Amuletto Kiss (The Magic & Mixology Mystery Series) (Volume 5) (2018)
- Handcrafted Bitters: Simple Recipes for Artisanal Bitters and the Cocktails That Love Them (2015)
- Witchy Sour (The Magic & Mixology Mystery Series) (Volume 2) (2016)
- Sales Mixology: Why the Most Potent Sales and Customer Experiences Follow a Recipe for Success (The Shock Your Potential Series) (2019)
- Preggatinis™: Mixology For The Mom-To-Be (2009)
- Hex on the Beach (The Magic & Mixology Mystery Series) (Volume 1) (2016)
- Complete World Bartender Guide: The Standard Reference to More than 2,400 Drinks (1993)
With a wedding on the horizon and her father tucked safely away in prison, the future is looking bright for Lily Locke. Unfortunately, life on The Isle is never calm for long… and when a Ranger is killed brutally in plain sight, Lily and her fiancé—the renowned Ranger X—find themselves hunting a murderer more ruthless than any they’ve ever encountered before.However, unraveling the killer’s intricate plot isn’t Lily’s only problem. She has a cousin who is nowhere to be found.
The time has finally arrived! The Trials are in full swing and celebratory parties fill The Isle as Candidates go head-to-head to prove themselves worthy of the coveted Ranger title. Drinks, dances, and masquerade balls set the stage for a glamorous series of events until suddenly, it all changes. The most dangerous criminal on the island escapes from prison. Tragedy strikes. The Isle is thrown into chaos due to old, forbidden black magic, and only one person can help.
Put your Stripology Rulers to work with 13 original quilts made from Precuts. The book includes quilts made from 10-inch squares, 5-inch squares, 2-1/2-inch strips and 1-1/2-inch strips. It offers tips on how to make your own precuts with your fabrics at home or yardage from the store. Full color instructions for using all three Stripology rulers or regular rulers are included in the 84 page book, along with 13 delicious cocktail recipes to reward yourself with.
Hold your loved ones close, islanders… Life for Lily Locke has not been normal ever since she learned of her witchy heritage, but now more than ever, her world is spiraling out of control. When a series of strange events begins to tear her beloved island apart, it’s up to the famed Mixologist to seek out the most powerful wizard in the world and spare him from death.
With more bitters recipes than any other book–and twice as many cocktail recipes to try them out–Handcrafted Bitters belongs on the shelf of every cocktail enthusiast, kitchen crafter, foodie, and happy drunk. An expert at simplifying professional techniques for the DIYer, Will Budiaman has created an easy-to-use and adventurous guide that provides all the tools needed to craft your own bitters and take your cocktails to the next level.
A dark stranger. A deadly potion. A school for scoundrels… Lily Locke has barely had time to sink into her role as The Isle’s newest Mixologist, when a series of events sends her world spiraling out of control. Her vampire cousin is overtaken by a serious bout of blood intolerance issues, and the key ingredient for the antidote is missing.
Sales Mixology: Why the Most Potent Sales and Customer Experiences Follow a Recipe for Success (The Shock Your Potential Series) (2019)
From the author who seeks out spectacular customer experiences in many industries and writes about them in her Shock Your Potential blog, uses them as inspiration for the Shock Your Potential podcast, and employs them as a vehicle for her #SecretShopperMichael persona comes a new book that’s enjoyable to read, practical to apply, and impossible not to recommend to a friend or colleague.
Things move quickly in the cocktail fast lane―but slow to a crawl when pregnancy kicks in. Right? Wrong!
Welcome to The Isle Lily Locke has never believed in witches and wizards, ghosts and magic, shifters and vampires—especially cute blonde vamps with blood-intolerance issues. A rising star at a hotshot marketing agency in Minneapolis, Minnesota, all Lily knows is that she’s a PowerPoint guru, an Excel ninja, and a coffee-maker extraordinaire. Not to mention she’s next in line for a huge promotion.
Complete World Bartender Guide: The Standard Reference to More than 2,400 Drinks (1993)
The standard reference to more than 2,400 drinksIncluding nonalcoholic drinksPlus drinks for dietersEvery recipe illustrated with proper glassLearn how to create the perfect drink for every occasion You don’t need to take a mixology course to master the art of mixing drinks with style and confidence. All you need to know is in the .
Best Mixology Books: The Ultimate List
We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some mixology books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.
The Dead Rabbit mixology & mayhem: the story of John Morrissey and the worlds best cocktail menu
Author(s): McGarry, Jack;Morrissey, John;Muldoon, Sean;Vose, Jillian
ID: 2567679, Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Year: 2018, Size: 60 Mb, Format: epub
Drinkologist: Mixology Basics With 50 Recipes
Author(s): K.B. Field
ID: 2492629, Publisher: , Year: 2017, Size: 86 Kb, Format: epub
Startup Mixology: Tech Cocktail's Guide to Building, Growing, and Celebrating Startup Success
Author(s): Frank Gruber
ID: 1322174, Publisher: Wiley, Year: 2014, Size: 5 Mb, Format: pdf
Please note that this booklist is not final. Some books are really best-sellers according to USA Today, others are composed by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.