The following Professor Cocktail books are currently available:
|Kindle Edition (US)
Kindle Edition (UK)
Kindle Edition (Germany)
Kindle Edition (Canada)
Kindle Edition (Australia)
Kindle Edition (India)
Kindle Edition (Italy)
Kindle Edition (Spain)
Kindle Edition (France)
Kindle Edition (Japan)
Kindle Edition (Brazil)
Kindle Edition (Mexico)
|Professor Cocktail’s Holiday Drinks: Recipes for Mixed Drinks and More
In cocktail bars and lounges around the world, people will be gathering during the holiday season to enjoy a drink or two with family and friends. Now you can enjoy the same great drinks at home with the recipes included in Professor Cocktail’s Holiday Drinks: Recipes for Mixed Drinks and More.
Stuffed full of 112 recipes for drinks of all kinds, Professor Cocktail’s Holiday Drinks is your secret weapon for dazzling the taste buds of everyone you know by making professional-quality cocktails from the comfort of your home bar.
With a variety of recipes to suit all occasions, tastes, and skill levels, Professor Cocktail’s Holiday Drinks is the book every cocktail lover, bartender, and mixologist would love to see under their virtual tree.
Signed Print Edition (World)
Kindle Edition (Canada)
|Professor Cocktail’s Zombie Horde: Recipes for the World’s Most Lethal Drink
One of the world’s most sublime drinking pleasures, the Zombie is the cocktail that launched a thousand Tiki bars. A sweet and sour mélange of citrus, spice, and lots of rum, the Zombie stands as one of the most significant cocktails of the past century.
Created by Don the Beachcomber in 1934, the Zombie took the world by storm, and soon became the quintessential Tiki drink. Eventually, it would appear on the menus of thousands of bars and restaurants around the world.
In Zombie Horde, David J. Montgomery (aka Professor Cocktail) leads you on a journey through the history of the Zombie, starting with its humble beginnings in Hollywood, and following it as it evolved and spread over the decades. Zombie Horde includes recipes from notable bartenders like Trader Vic, David Embury, Salvatore Calabrese, and Dale DeGroff, as well as the formulas for the Zombies served at famous Tiki joints like the Tonga Room in San Francisco, Frankie’s Tiki Room in Las Vegas, and the Luau Room in San Diego.
It also includes recent cocktails that were inspired by the Zombie, with offerings from Martin Cate (Smuggler’s Cove), Brian Miller (Death & Company), Allan Katz (Caña Rum Bar), Brian Dressel (Midnight Cowboy), and Audrey Saunders (Pegu Club).
As a special bonus, Zombie Horde showcases seven new drinks — from Jim Meehan (PDT), Tom Brown (Hogo), Jeff Kinder (Distil), Joseph Swifka (La Descarga), Craig Lane (Bar Agricole), Jack Fetterman (PKNY), and Frank Cisneros (Bourgeois Pig Brooklyn) — that are appearing in print for the first time. Also making their print debut are the recipes for the Zombies served at Mahiki in London, Otto’s Shrunken Head in New York City, and Founding Farmers in Washington, D.C.
“Zombie Horde is a marvelous compendium of fabulous and fascinating recipes. Tiki bars are near and dear to my heart, and I’m grateful for David J. Montgomery’s work.”
“Good (Tiki) god! I had no idea there are so many new versions of this potion out there — and most by reputable bartenders. Zombie Horde will give the drink a whole new level of recognition. The Zombie is ALIVE!”
“No Tiki cocktail is more famous — or infamous — than the Zombie. It is proof that mixology treads a thin line between insanity and genius. Attempting to chart the history and evolution of the Zombie feels like a new level of madness. But David J. Montgomery has survived to admirably tell the tale in this entertaining, insightful ode to a drink that will knock you on your ass.”
“The Zombie’s family tree is immense, gnarly, and (in parts) wholly fabricated from unnatural elements. Also, it has many dead limbs. Professor Cocktail has done us all a favor by taking on the pruning, grafting, and fertilizing, and by eschewing all topiary embellishment. A great addition to your cocktail library.”
“A thoroughly researched, dare I say exhaustive, compendium of this immortal (pun intended) and classic cocktail. Highly entertaining! Hats off to Professor Cocktail, Corpse Compiler No. 1!”
You don’t need a Kindle to enjoy the electronic versions of the Professor’s books. If you have a tablet (iPad, Android, Windows) or smartphone (iPhone, Android, iPod Touch, Windows, Blackberry), you can download the Kindle app via the app store and read the books that way.
You can also read them on your computer using the Kindle app for PC or Mac. (Just click on the appropriate link to go to the page with more info.) If you don’t want to install anything on your computer, you can also read the books using the Kindle Cloud Reader.