The Official Downton Abbey Cocktail Book

$24.98
  • When American bartenders fled to Britain during Prohibition, the Crawleys quickly embraced the tradition of before-dinner cocktails, enjoying stirred drinks in the library, refreshing libations on the grounds, party drinks in the great hall, and pre-dinner drinks in the drawing room. More than 80 cocktail recipes await your taste test in this lavishly illustrated collection, plus new concoctions inspired by Downton Abbey characters, such as the Downton Heir, Daisy, Wild Rose and Anna’s Never Doubt. Hardcover; 144 pages.

  • Cocktails were introduced in the drawing rooms of Downton Abbey in the 1920s, when US prohibition inspired the insurgence and popularity of American-style bars and bartenders in Britain. This well-curated selection of recipes is organized by the rooms in the Abbey in which the drinks were served and spans everyday sips to party drinks plus hangover helpers and more. In addition to classic concoctions like a Mint Julep, Prince of Wales Punch, and Ginger Beer, this collection features character-specific variations such as Downton Heir, Turkish Attaché, The Valet, and The Chauffeur. The recipes reflect drinks concocted and served upstairs and down, as well as libations from village fairs, cocktail parties, and restaurant menus typical of the time. Features 40+ color photographs, including drink images photographed on the set of Downton Abbey. Hardcover, 144 pages.

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    Cocktails were introduced in the drawing rooms of Downton Abbey in the 1920s, when US prohibition inspired the insurgence and popularity of American-style bars and bartenders in Britain. This well-curated selection of recipes is organized by the rooms in the Abbey in which the drinks were served and spans everyday sips to party drinks plus hangover helpers and more. In addition to classic concoctions like a Mint Julep, Prince of Wales Punch, and Ginger Beer, this collection features character-specific variations such as Downton Heir, Turkish Attaché, The Valet, and The Chauffeur. The recipes reflect drinks concocted and served upstairs and down, as well as libations from village fairs, cocktail parties, and restaurant menus typical of the time. Features 40+ color photographs, including drink images photographed on the set of Downton Abbey. Hardcover, 144 pages.