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Nov 27, 2014 | Make This

In honor of Thanksgiving, a couple of fabulous shrub recipes from this new book on the subject. We’ll be serving them with soda at our bookstore over the holidays, but shrubs are, of course, also a fantastic cocktail ingredient. This time of year, I’d be splashing them into bourbon and […]

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My Tequila Valentine

Feb 14, 2014 | Drink This, Recipes

So here’s what you’re gonna do: 1.5 oz good tequila, mezcal, or other agave-based spirit. .25 oz Campari .25 oz sweet vermouth .25 oz dry vermouth Fresh juice of one blood orange (about 2 oz). Shake over ice and pour into a glass filled with crushed ice or ice cubes. […]

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Order Signed Copies Here!

Dec 12, 2013 | Featured

The Drunken Botanist is making everybody’s year-end, must-have list. Signed copies and personally inscribed copies are available directly from the author’s bookstore, Eureka Books.  You can also get yours now at your local bookstore and everywhere books are sold! Happy holidays!

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The Drunken Botanist Tour Dates, 2014

Dec 12, 2013 | Events, Featured

I’ll be all over the country in 2014, talking to audiences at botanical gardens, libraries, universities, spas (yes, spas!) and more.  The tour list is getting updated all the time–check it out here.

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Introducing the Drunken Botanist Plant Collection

Dec 11, 2013 | Drunken Botanist Plant Collection, Featured

  OK, here’s the deal:  cocktail-friendly plants for your own garden, at your bar or restaurant, or on your farm–we’ve got them.   The Territorial Seed Company has put together a Drunken Botanist Plant & Seed Collection based on my book of the same name, and wholesale grower Log House Plants, […]

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I’ll Have My Aronia Cocktail Now, Please

May 28, 2013 | Botany, Plant This

Earlier this year at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show,  I was hanging out with Jessi Bloom of NW Bloom (and author of Free-Range Chicken Gardens) in her exhibit booth. She had brought a selection of edible landscaping plants — reliable, hardworking shrubs, vines, trees and the like that would […]

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