Take all the stress out of social drinking by mastering the art of drinking alone. With this handy and irreverent guide you'll learn the basics of alcoholing like how to navigate the liquor store, host a party of one, maintain drinking hours, and more!
Freelance food writer Tasha Brandstatter shares tips and strategies important for every introvert to know, along with classic and original cocktail recipes you don't want to miss. There are even amazing treats you can make from the safety of your own home, like bacon bourbon. To repeat: BACON BOURBON.
Whether you're INTJ, ISFP, or anywhere in between, you'll want to read this book and join the Introversion Revolution.. by yourself or in groups, separately!
I am not a drinker, but you do not have to drink alcohol to enjoy this book. Brandstatter has written a funny and sassy book about cocktails, drinking culture, health, and being an introvert. I realise that description sounds boring but it is anything but.
This book is made up of short, witty essays discussing the above subjects and how they relate to drinking. I really enjoyed the authors humour and giggled at several sections of her essays.
There are some cocktail recipes but I confess I lost interest in the recipe side when the author dissed vodka (however she is very upfront in saying she is not a vodka drinker so I respect that). But having said that there are some recipes that I would like to try.
I really recommend this book for anyone who enjoys cocktails or just wants a fun read.