ABOUT GROW YOUR OWN COCKTAIL GARDEN DIGITAL BOOK
Do you grow your own food and crave fresh ideas of using your produce?
Do you mix drinks at home and wish you could grow your own cocktail botanicals?
Have you always wanted to mix garden-grown drinks at home but lack some knowledge or techniques?
Now you can grow your own food and transform your produce into delicious drinks!
GROW YOUR OWN COCKTAIL GARDEN is the first digital book in the GROW IT EAT IT DRINK IT books. Like a classic cocktail, it’s built around 1 part grow guides, 1 part cocktails and a dash of flavour pairing.
- Part 1 introduces the basics of gardening and cocktails. From essential tools to terminology and techniques, these chapters will make you proficient and equip you with the necessary skills to get started in growing edibles and mixing drinks no matter the size of your growing space.
- Part 2 dives into 50 chapters with an A-Z of botanicals built around the colour-coded GROW IT EAT IT DRINK IT ethos of The Gourmantic Garden. You’ll find easy-to-follow grow guides, colour photographs, variations to try and a section marrying flavour and pairings before it all comes together in a glass. The cocktail recipes have all the steps required for the cocktail preparation, including making syrups, liqueurs, shrubs, oxymels, ferments, tinctures and more.
- Part 3 consists of useful appendices with practical resources on how to deal with common garden pests and diseases, DIY organic sprays, unit measure conversion along with digital resources and further reading.
TABLE OF CONTENTS (click to enlarge)
WHO THIS BOOK IS AIMED FOR
GROW YOUR OWN COCKTAIL GARDEN is aimed at a new generation of home gardeners and cocktail enthusiasts. It’s for anyone who wants to grow their own food and transform their produce into delicious drinks. It’s suited to all garden spaces, from a sunny balcony and a modest courtyard to a large backyard garden.
While the grow guides are primarily aimed at gardeners in Australia, the flavour pairings and cocktail recipes are universal. The book is equally suited to beginners as well as those who have been gardening and / or mixing drinks for a while and want to step up their gardening or cocktail repertoire. The botanical beverages are innovative, approachable, achievable and designed to stir your creativity with garden-grown produce.
WHAT YOU’LL GET
260+ page digital book with everything you need to grow your own produce and mix delicious drinks!
✓ learn how to grow 50 botanicals including Australian natives
✓ learn the techniques for preparing syrups, liqueurs, infusions, tinctures, shrubs, oxymels, ferments, aromatic sprays, non-alcoholic lemonade, punch, oleo saccharum and sherbet and more and apply them to your own creations
✓ get inspired to experiment with different flavour combinations and spirits
✓ learn and / or brush up on gardening and home bar essentials from tools and terminology to techniques and troubleshooting
✓ learn how to apply organic control for common garden pests and diseases
✓ 260+ page digital book with full page cocktail photographs
✓ support an independent author
How does the download work?
Once you’ve made your purchase, the download link will be sent to you via email after the checkout process is complete. If you haven’t received the email after purchasing, please check your spam folder first. If you still haven’t received the email, you can contact us with your transaction/payment details to ensure your product is delivered as soon as possible. Please note the file is approximately 16MB and may take time to download depending on your internet speed.
How many times can I download the book and does the download link expire?
You may download the book 3 times which gives you the opportunity to have it on your laptop, tablet and phone. The download link expires in 30 days from the date of purchase so we suggest you download it as soon as possible.
Is the book available in hard copy?
No. The book is available as a digital download in pdf format only.
Do you offer a refund if I change my mind?
As this is a digital item, once you’ve made your purchase, it is non-refundable and cannot be exchanged as per our Refund Policy. Please ensure this is the product you’re after.
IN THE MEDIA
Drinks Icon Launches Cocktail Garden Book – Drinks Digest
Australia drinks icon Corinne Mossati has announced the publication of her Grow Your Own Cocktail Garden book.
Corinne Mossati announces the launch of her GROW YOUR OWN COCKTAIL GARDEN book – Australian Bartender Magazine
My Radio Interview on Real World Gardener with Marianne Cannon on 2RRR FM & Community Radio Network
Grow Your Own Cocktail Garden – Sydney Scoop
Corinne Mossati, the founder and editor of Cocktails & Bars, The Gourmantic Garden and Gourmantic websites, is at it again! Now she melds her loves to take us on a new journey with the release of her digital book.
The Gin Queen on Facebook
VIDEO INTERVIEW: Grow Your Own Cocktail Garden With Corinne Mossati – Sydney Chic
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Corinne Mossati is a Drinks Writer, Cocktail Gardener and the Founder/Editor of Cocktails & Bars, The Gourmantic Garden and Gourmantic websites. With over 14 years’ experience in the industry, she has written extensively about cocktails, spirits, bars, food, restaurants, travel, gardening, and interviewed several local and international industry personalities.
She is featured on ABC TV’s Gardening Australia with host Costa Georgiadis in a segment entitled ‘Botanical Beverages’. She’s a guest contributor to Real World Gardener national radio program on 2RRR 88.5 FM and the community radio network and featured in an article on BREATHE UK Magazine for garden syrups and cocktails. Her public speaking engagements include a live webinar on “How to Use Your Edible Garden Botanicals in Cocktails” for Grow It Local members and is a contributor to Diageo Bar Clips for the Diageo Bar Academy. She has won several awards in the Randwick Council Garden Awards and Grow It Local Awards.
Corinne is passionate about cocktail culture, Australian native botanicals, sustainability as a way of life and inspiring others to grow edibles and transform them into delicious beverages. She lives and gardens on Bidjigal and Gadigal land in Sydney, Australia.