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XOXO, A Cocktail Book: An Unofficial Gossip Girl Fan Book (Hardcover)
Shake up a classy cocktail and have a party worthy of the New York City elite with over 100 tempting recipes and enticing photos—a perfect gift for Gossip Girl fans and TV lovers.
Spotted: cocktails fit for Manhattan’s elite.
Whether you’re an Upper East Sider, a prep school heiress, a Brooklyn wannabe, or the ultimate fan of an anonymous gossip blogger, we know what you want—a luxe cocktail and some good drama to enjoy it with.
As Forbes magazine proclaims, "You can now pour up a cocktail inspired by your favorite GG episode, scene or character. . ." XOXO, A Cocktail Book is your one and only source for the most lavish libations, including:
- Kiss on the Lips (aka French Kiss)
- The Powerful Woman (aka Rosemary Gin Fizz)
- Lonely Boy Beergarita (aka Beergarita)
- New York Spectator (aka Old-Fashioned)
- Summer in the Hamptons Sangria (aka Traditional White Sangria)
With 100 deliciously tempting cocktails and exquisite photos, XOXO, A Cocktail Book has the perfect beverage for any event, from exclusive sleepover soirees to decadent masquerade parties at the Empire Hotel.
You know you love me.
About the Author
Bridget Thoreson lives in Brooklyn (don't worry, she's had her tetanus shot). If she were one character from Gossip Girl, she would want to be Lily but would probably actually be Nate. Her favorite cocktail at the moment is a Kir Royale and while her friends do call her B, they never call her their queen.
"Attention Gossip Girl fans! You can now pour up a cocktail inspired by your favorite GG episode, scene or character. . ."
Saucy drinks served up with sassy side-eye characterize XOXO, A Cocktail Book: An Unofficial Gossip Girl Fan Book (Ulysses Press, 2020) by Bridget Thoreson. Notes for each drink dive deep into the show's plotlines and the scheming prep-school characters who cavort amid the glittering backdrop of Manhattan, Martinis in hand. Look for drinks like Dirty Scandal (a Dukes' Martini) and the Brooklyn Backstabber (a classic Brooklyn). You know you love it.
— Kara Newman