Cocktails of the Movies: An Illustrated Guide to Cinematic Mixology
Cocktails of the Movies serves up the 64 greatest cocktails to have featured on film.
Take a journey through Hollywood's lifelong love affair with cocktails, celebrating the greatest characters and their iconic drinks through original illustrations and easy-to-follow recipes.
From Marilyn's Manhattan in "Some Like It Hot" to The Dude's White Russian in "The Big Lebowski" there's something for everyone. Each cocktail is accompanied by the recipe, method, a history of the drink and a synopsis of its scene in the movie alongside full-color original artwork.
- Date available: 11/12/2015
- Publication date: 10/25/2015
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Meet the Author: Will Francis
Will Francis is a writer, presenter and entrepreneur. As well as running a London ad agency he regularly shares his expertise and opinions on technology and culture on international TV, radio and press. He also has a personal passion for mixology and is releasing his book 'Cocktails of the Movies' through Prestel in September 2015.
Will has worked in the world of social media for longer than the term has been widely used. As Editor of MySpace in its heyday he worked with a vast spectrum of artists from Justin Bieber and Russell Brand through to pub bands and film students. With first-hand experience of how technology dramatically affects culture...