Shake stir pour


The shake stir pour book, written by Katie M. Leob and forwarded by Jose Garces. In this fabulous book you will learn how to make…

  • Syrups.
  • Mixers.
  • Infused spirits.
  • Bitters

A book specialising in using farm-fresh ingredients to create fresh homegrown cocktails. Written from the craft of mixology.

Take joy in the theatrics of cocktails and the passion for creating them. With all this packed in farm freshness, your cocktails will take on another league….

  • Better flavours
  • Straight from source
  • Personal influence
  • Simplicity without compromise

online copy of shake stir pour

Courtesy of the internet, we have here an online version of shake stir pour, all for your enjoyment!

Watch our blog for cocktail reviews as we begin to recreate some of these legacy drinks….


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