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Binge On These Non-Fiction Works While Sipping On Popular Cocktails

Non-fiction works, far from exclusive to the intellectually inclined, offer captivating narratives that unravel complex stories from history, geopolitics and social studies. These books provide accessible insights into intricate global conflicts and societal issues, making them an appealing choice for curious minds.

Helan Singh

February 03, 2024


1. Out of Africa And Singleton Plus Two Tropical

Karen Blixen's account of life on her Kenyan coffee plantation, immortalised by Meryl Streep in the film adaptation, pairs well with the Singleton Plus Two Tropical. This spirit-forward cocktail, featuring Singleton single malt, guava juice, and grapefruit soda, enhances the rich storytelling of Blixen's African experiences.


2. A Brief History Of Time And Ciroc Equinox

Delve into the complexities of theoretical cosmology with Stephen Hawking's masterpiece, accompanied by a Ciroc Equinox cocktail. The blend of Ciroc Ultra Premium Vodka and rosemary-infused agave offers a sophisticated companion to the profound exploration of space and time.


3. Julie and Julia: My Year of Cooking Dangerously And Classic Bailey’s Coffee Float

Embark on a culinary adventure with Julie Powell's year-long journey through Julia Child's cookbook. Enhance the experience with a comforting Classic Bailey’s Coffee Float, combining Bailey's creamy liqueur and indulgent chocolate ice cream.


4. The Guns of August And Suffering Bastard

Immerse yourself in the Pulitzer Prize-winning narrative of World War I's pivotal summer of 1914 with The Guns of August. Sip on a Suffering Bastard, crafted with premium Tanqueray No. Ten Gin, fresh lime juice, and zesty ginger beer accompany the sobering reflections on the grim realities of war.


5. Man’s Search For Meaning And The Classic Tom Collins

Explore the profound reflections on life and meaning in Victor Frankl's Man’s Search For Meaning paired with a Classic Tom Collins. This timeless cocktail, blending gin, lemon juice, sugar, and carbonated water, resonates with the enduring quest for purpose.