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Romance Novels That Are A Perfect Marriage With Your Favourite Cocktails

Tackling on a romantic journey through novels deserves a delightful companion and a well-paired cocktail will work to elevate the reading experience. Let’s explore iconic cocktails that harmonise with sweet and thought-provoking romances, creating a sensory seduction for book enthusiasts.

Helan Singh

February 03, 2024

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1. Book Lovers And Dry Martini

Emily Henry’s novel, where a literary agent discovers love in a small town, perfectly complements a Dry Martini crafted with premium Gordon’s London Dry Gin. The intensity of olive brine and the bitterness of dry vermouth echo the passionate yet cutting words exchanged by the characters.

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2. Kiss Me, Catalina And Margarita

Pair the seductive novel of Cat and Patricio Galán's passionate love journey with a stunning Margarita. Infuse the classic recipe with strawberries, adding a lovey-dovey twist to this irresistible cocktail made with Don Julio Blanco.

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3. The Flatshare And Hot Toddy

Beth O’Leary’s heartwarming love story, set in a shared apartment, finds comfort in a warm Hot Toddy with healing spices and quality brandy—a perfect pairing for this modern-day epistolary tale.

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4. An Extraordinary Union And Whisky Sour

Alyssa Cole’s Civil War-era love story between secret agents is boldly paired with a Whisky Sour—blending quality whisky, tangy lime juice and frothy egg whites, mirroring the story’s exploration of power imbalances.

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5. Outlander And Rob Roy

Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series, a fantasy tale with time travel and true love, finds a companion in a Rob Roy cocktail. This Scottish twist on a classic Manhattan, featuring Johnnie Walker Black Label, aligns with the story's Highland setting.

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6. Pride And Prejudice And Regent’s Punch

Transport yourself to 19th-century England with Jane Austen’s classic Pride and Prejudice, and sip on a Regent’s Punch. This fruity, tea-infused concoction complements the novel's witty commentary on marriage in English society, creating a perfect marriage of flavours and eras.

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