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Shaker Sutra - The Tulleeho Book of Cocktails - cover

Shaker Sutra - The Tulleeho Book of Cocktails

Vikram Achanta

Publisher: Bloomsbury India

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Summary

The people behind hundreds of cocktail workshops involving over 10,000 Indians and a one-of-a-kind drinks website, tulleeho.com have put together all the advice you need to turn a corner of your home into what you've seen only in starry hotels. 
 
The first cocktail book of its kind with a uniquely Indian focus, Shaker Sutra - The Tulleeho Book of Cocktails provides you with information about the techniques and different styles of mixing drinks, including easy-to-follow cocktail recipes with accessible desi ingredients. Peppering the recipes are delightful trivia, anecdotes and facts, making the reading priceless for the home bar-tending enthusiast or even the most serious social drinker.

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