Worlds Best Cocktails book


The Worlds Best Cocktails book, written by Tom Sandham in 2012. A book on 500 signature drinks from the world’s best bars and bartenders.

This is a book about great cocktails, and you’re still stuck reading this introduction. Sort it out, stop reading this, and go and make a tasty beverage already!

Cocktail recipes from around the world!

  • The history of cocktails.
  • Cocktails from around the world.
  • Travel around the world in 500 cocktails.

Online copy of Worlds Best Cocktails book

Courtesy of the internet, we have here an online version of Worlds Best Cocktails book, all for your enjoyment!

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


Want to learn about modern cocktails?

Looking for more modern cocktail recipes to enjoy with friends? Then don’t miss the rest of the ever expanding Alchomix cocktail recipes database…


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