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  • Published: 19 October 2017
  • ISBN: 9781473553675
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 144


Non-Alcoholic Cocktails, Cordials and Clever Concoctions

Tapping into the growing market for non-alcohol drinks, DRY is a beautiful cocktail book and the perfect gift with a confident design, stylish photography and detailed illustrations throughout.


"Genuinely delicious and grown-up-booze-free ideas. An essential for every household." Daily Telegraph

This book is full of the very best cocktails - the most delicious flavours, the most distinctive combinations and the most adventurous recipes. And they are all made with non-alcoholic ingredients, from exciting new mixers to rich, fragrant syrups and spirits. Most can be created with ingredients found in your kitchen or garden, and all promise an exciting new way to drink dry.

These are imaginative, grown-up, non-alcoholic alternatives for the designated driver, teetotaller, or those who are pregnant, trying dry January, losing weight or just cutting back.

Whether you're planning a Friday night in with friends, a lazy Sunday brunch or an evening huddled around a crackling fire you can find your dry drinks here.

  • Published: 19 October 2017
  • ISBN: 9781473553675
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 144

About the author

Clare Liardet

Clare Liardet loves to gather her friends and family together to enjoy the simple pleasures of eating and drinking. She has worked in the food world for many years, first cooking in museums, then in one of the first gastropubs and, most recently, opening The Talbot Inn in Somerset with her husband and his business partners. She runs Kitchen Cookery Table which emphasizes the importance of experimenting with flavours and eating with the seasons. She is also a potter.

Praise for Dry

A beautifully produced little hardback, with a photograph of each drink, and some genuinely delicious and grown-up-sounding booze-free ideas not just for winter but all year round. An essential for every household.

Daily Telegraph

A clever little book packed with inspiration ... Perfect for dry January, the drivers, teetotallers and expectant mums or just for a midweek detox.

Woman and Home

All the happiness you get from a great cocktail without the hangover.


Pure genius ... a brilliant opportunity to go wild with adventurous and delicious drinks. Try these recipes and your booze break may become permanent!

Sunday Telegraph

Cute ... exciting non-alcoholic drinks to push the boat out

Tanya Burr

The perfect tonic after the month we've had ... packed with recipes for tasty non-alcoholic cocktails, cordials and more.

The Sun


Zoe Sugg, aka Zoella

Hey, nobody said drinking less would be easy. But this might help: a book of non-alcoholic drinks, drawing on everything from exciting new mixers to rich, fragrant syrups and spirits


Absolutely delicious ... something to savour. Sensational!


love a good alcohol-free concoction, and this brand new, beautiful book will tickle your tastebuds with its awesome recipes. Usable as a treat just for you, or even as a way to show off your cocktail-making abilities to guests, family members, pets – anyone who’s watching, really. Your drink will certainly look and taste better than theirs.

Club Soda

A clever collection of cool concoctions - a refreshing take on the alcohol-free movement that's less about Dry January, and more about embracing celebratory, yummy and inventive liquor-free cocktails all year round.


Should be on the bookshelves of all good hosts!

Ben Branson, founder of Seedlip

Elegant drinks

The Guardian

Mindful drinking is in and an alcohol-free cocktail might be just what you need ...


A real after-dinner treat... this book is full of the very best cocktails

Woman & Home


Pregnancy & Parenting

For teetotal inspiration, check out the sofa cocktail recipes in Clare Liardet's original new book Dry

Delicious Magazine

An excellent book [with] subtle and sophisticated ideas involving homemade herb syrups. Even drinkers will appreciate the chance to add a few of these to their drinking mix.

Good Food

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