From farmers’ markets to speakeasies, delectable drinks made from foraged and grown ingredients are the latest trend to hit mixology. Full of mouth-watering color photos, this handy guide to imbibing the great outdoors offers 40 inspiring recipes, divided into seasons, as well as tips on how best to forage and preserve the freshest and tastiest berries, herbs, flowers, and more. Forager’s Cocktails is a luscious toolkit for getting the most from backyards, parks, and woodlands and crafting tasty, one-of-a-kind cocktails. Raise your glass to making the most of nature’s bounty!
Amy Zavatto is deputy editor of Edible Brooklyn and Edible Manhattan and contributes to Imbibe, Details, and other publications. She earned her Level III certification in wine and spirits from the Wine and Spirit Education Trust, and she is the author of The Architecture of the Cocktail (Race Point), The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Bartending (Alpha), A Hedonist’s Guide to Eat New York (HG2), and coauthor of The Renaissance Guide to Wine & Food Pairing (Alpha). She lives, eats, and drinks in New York City, and her favorite cocktail is a Manhattan.