Gone with the Gin – Book review.

Gone With the Gin: Cocktails with a Hollywood Twist by Tim Federle

I bought this book for my husband a few years ago because I absolutely loved the concept. However, we never really got around to read it, let alone try any of the recipes out.
But after our recent move, I found it and figured now would be the time!

Gone With the Gin is such a cool drink book! It’s made for any movie fans, and honestly, aren’t we all movie fans?
All recipes are inspired by classics and are cleverly named thereafter.
With recipes like;
The Empire Likes Jack, Sloppy in Seattle, Titonic and Whiskey Business, the book really takes the extra step!
On top of that, the book is entertaining to read. The puns and the humor in the introductions are so well thought out, you can’t help but enjoy reading through it.
Each movie got a little introduction before the recipe, and it is just a joy.

Besides the drinks, the book contains a few recipes for Movie Munchies, of course, also inspired by different movies like Life of Pie and The Silence of the Lamb Burgers.

At the end of the book, there is added the formulas for metric conversions, which is just perfect for anyone like me, living outside of the US. There really is thought about details in this book!
Needles to say that I will be getting the rest of the drink books in this series!!

I have yet to actually try out any of the recipes, but keep an eye on my Bookstragram, where I from next week, monthly, will post a drink!

4 out of 5 stars!

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