Discover literary cocktails inspired by our favorite books. These easy-to-make, literary-inspired cocktail recipes are sure to spice up your reading life.
Do you like drinking cocktails inspired by books more than actually making them?
And, do you somewhat sort of stink at creating mixed drinks? Hands up over here.
Lastly, does the thought of trying to make a literary-inspired cocktail scare the crap out of you? I actually nailed an A+ in AP Chemistry but it doesn’t show…
If you answered yes to any of these, you’ll love our literary cocktail recipes.
Personally, I enjoy a handcrafted cocktail after a long day at work paired with a diverse book to inspire travel. If you follow me anywhere on social media, though, you know that I enlist my husband to make drinks as I bark off a ton of odd ingredients that I’d like to try.
Bartending is not my forte, but I can devour a book and literary-inspired cocktail, no problem.
However, these days this rogue librarian is doing all sorts of things that make her uncomfortable: Becoming an entrepreneur with a small business. Unboxing and bartending on Instagram live. Eating bananas…
I’m teaming up with some of my favorite local distilleries, authors, and bookish people to create literary cocktails inspired by books. I hope you love them! Let’s get started!
Find all of our cocktail creations here.
Literary Cocktails You’ll Love
If you are looking for a spicy Blackberry Vodka Smash, don’t miss our ‘Where The Crawdads Smash,’ a vodka cocktail inspired by Delia Owens’ Where The Crawdads Sing.
Perfect for the summer, we hope you’ll try this peach and gin cocktail inspired by James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl.
It’s no secret that our favorite drink at The Uncorked Librarian is an Old Fashioned. Add a little smoke and vanilla and chocolate flavors, and you have the perfect whiskey recipe for book lovers.