Fever-Tree Easy Mixing: Home bartending made simple

Fever-Tree Easy Mixing – picture credit Issy Croker

The world’s leading premium mixer brand, Fever-Tree, has published a follow-up to its popular Art of Mixing book.

Fever-Tree Easy Mixing: More than 150 Quick and Delicious Mixed Drinks and Cocktails has been created in response to the groundswell of drinkers who are trying their hand at mixing drinks in the home.

Fever-Tree Easy Mixing – picture credit Issy Croker
Fever-Tree Easy Mixing – picture credit Issy Croker

“Recent IRI Australia stats show off-premise sales of alcohol soaring in the past 12 months with shoppers creating at-home cocktail bar experiences more than ever,” Fever-Tree says.

Easy Mixing features simple ingredients that people are likely to have in their cupboard or fridge without having to trawl the internet or specialist drinks aisles, and is testimony that great-tasting drinks don’t have to be complicated or time-consuming.

From the classic gin and tonic to a selection of fruity spritzes, mules and mojitos, as well as no-and-low alcohol alternatives and pitchers for larger gatherings, Fever-Tree Easy Mixing showcases how easy it is to create quality drinks at home.

Fever-Tree co-founder Tim Warrillow – a previous guest on the Drinks Adventures podcast – said: “We have seen first-hand the growing interest and excitement in mixing drinks at home around the world and have set out to create the perfect companion for this growing band of at-home mixologists.”

The hardback book is available now from retailers including Booktopia, Dymocks and Amazon at RRP $35.

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