27th September, 2016 by Nicola Carruthers
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From the most herbaceous digestifs to a manual on rum and the British history behind all things booze, these are our top spirits books of autumn 2016.
The latest cocktail book from Oskar Kinberg consists of 75 “easy-to-follow but creative” recipes
As the clocks change and the autumn evenings draw in, what could be better than curling up with a good book?
A new slate of cocktail and spirits books are here to give you some inspiration – from a history lesson on the cocktail renaissance to an array of cocktail recipes from some of the world’s greatest bartenders.
Click through to discover our selection of the top new spirits books to hit the shelves this season.
Have you read a new book that deserves a spot in our line-up? Let us know in the comments section below.
Still looking for more suggestions? Check out our summer 2016 new book selection for other recent spirits publications.