Tequila Mockingbird' clip - amusing, approachable, camp, deadpan, easygoing, funny, humorous, playful



Tequila Mockingbird' clip - amusing, approachable, camp, deadpan, easygoing, funny, humorous, playful

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Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)


North American (General) North American (US General American - GenAM)


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gentle drinker. Congrats. You fought through Warren. Peace burned through Fahrenheit 4 51 and sailed through Moby ****. All right, all right. You nearly drowned in Moby ****, but you made it to shore and you deserve a drink. Hang tight, undergrad. A beer's not going to cut it. Not this time. To pay proper homage to the world's greatest stories and storytellers, we've carefully crafted a library's worth of literature, inspired cocktails, scholarly sips for word nerds, if you will, and the people who love them from barflies to book clubs. Welcome to Tequila Mockingbird cocktails with a literary twist. Go ahead and pull up a stool or recliner, for that matter. Don't worry. If you snooze your way through calm bullet. Think of this recipe guide a spark notes with a liquor license, trading out pop quizzes for pop corks for you. Seriously drink slingers out there. We're serving up your favorite recipes with a smart new twist. You've gotta have something to talk about behind the bar. Why not raise the level of banter by brushing up on your Bron tay? There are beverages here to suit all tastes. Ladies get ready to celebrate histories, feistiest heroines in Drinks for Dames, a handful of recipes that take sugar and spice to a whole new level from Are You There? God? It's Me, Margarita to a rum of one's own to Bridget Jones's Dockery. We've got every reading level covered, gents. Your brawny books go down easier with a halftime chug in gulps for guys. Literature is most savory. Stories get stirred into over two dozen recipes, from the last of the mojitos to The Old Man and the Seagram's and Orange Julius Caesar. With characters this vivid, you'll never drink alone again. Book clubs shake up. Your next gathering with party punch is like the Joy Luck Club soda and the picture of Dorian Gray Goose. No problem. If you haven't even read this month's election, everyone's bound to be fall down drunk anyway. Just leave your keys by the door and fret. Not recovering readers. We've got non alcoholic drinks for you to the wonderful blizzard of Oz, anyone that recalled gentler, less wobbly times. No shame in sitting back while the freshmen make fools of themselves. Of your buzz is on, but your bellies empty. We've cooked up the deviled egg wears Prada prawn Quixote and a handful of other bar bites for book hounds. And should you find yourself surrounded by a group of hesitant readers or card carrying library goers, try our drinking games. You'll be reading your friends under the table. You know, if they're brave enough to take a shot. Every time Dickins introduces a new character, relax, we won't get too stuffy. After all, the only things needed to enjoy a good book or a lamp in a place to sit and effective cocktail should be just as easy for those who don't know their bloody Mary from there. Mary Shelley, flip the page for a quick refresher on the tools techniques in terms used throughout this book. Trust us. If you've got a solo cup in a corner store, you can make 90% of these recipes 100% of the time, So grab a glass already. Let's get a little stupid and look a little smart. Even if you don't have a B A in English tonight, you're gonna drink like you D'oh!