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3 new cocktail books for home bartenders of all ability levels, from basic to master

Making cocktails at home, while an elegant treat for your guests and yourself, can be a bit overwhelming. To help, we chose three new books to aid those of different levels of bartending skill and aspiration. Whether your goal is to stir up a quick after-work gimlet, to perfect your Sazerac or to master the classic mai tai, each of these books will help build your cocktail crafting.

Basic

"SIP: 100 Gin Cocktails with only 3 ingredients"

The "Know-How" chapter of this satisfying new book

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