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The Cocktail Garden, botanical cocktails for every season.
Open the cover and you'll find creations spiked with the botanical flavours of each season. Enjoy a berry-filled cobbler on a long summer's day, a fig and thyme cooler under falling leaves, a pomegranate highball by a winter bonfire or a honeydew studded fix at a springtime garden party. With more than 80 recipes showcasing the riot of flavours found in the garden, and the most beautiful illustrations by Adriana Picker, this collection of cocktails will inspire you to get mixing.
About the Authors:
Adriana Picker is a commercial illustrator, working across the publishing, motion picture, and advertising industries. Adriana grew up around nature. Born in Gosford, Australia, she has lived in Newcastle, Sydney, the Blue Mountains and other places where plants and artists seem to thrive. At the heart of Adriana's work is a lifelong love of botanical illustration.
Ed Loveday is a cocktail master. He has developed award-winning wine and cocktail lists for ACME and Bar Brose in Sydney (the latter being awarded Best Wine List in the 2016 Australian Liquor Industry Awards). At Bar Brose, he has established a late-night drinking venue known for its French-inspired menu, natural wines, and cocktails made with seasonal produce.
|Publisher||Hardie Grant Books|
|Number of pages||176|
|Dimensions||H 20cm x W 17cm x D 2cm|
Lisa Hanley (Author), Sue-Lyn Aldrian-Moyle (Photographer and Co-Author)
Kirsten Bradley and Nick Ritar
Shaun Byrne and Nick Tesar
Everlastings (Pink, Red and White) (Rhodanthe chlorocephala subsp. rosea) Also known as Pink Paper Daisies BE AWARE: Restrictions apply to the importation of wildflower seeds from Australia.
Germination Booster for Australian Native Plant Seeds BE AWARE: Restrictions apply to the importation of wildflower seeds from Australia.
Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority
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