MICHIGAN NATIVE AND RENOWNED MIXOLOGIST TOURING THE STATE WITH DEBUT BOOK: DRINK THE WILD
Updated: Feb 6, 2022
Angie Jackson will be touring across the Midwest in 2022 with her book about cocktails, herbalism, foraging, and more.
MICHIGAN — Prominent Midwest Mixologist, Angie Jackson (known professionally as The Traveling Elixir Fixer), is touring the Great Lakes State with her debut book, Drink the Wild: Recipes from a Kitchen Witch for the Spirited and Sober Soul. Scheduling inquiries for events, book readings, signings, and recipe tastings for libraries, book stores, restaurants, and other venues can be made to email@example.com.
Drink the Wild is Angie’s debut book, comprised of drink recipes created throughout her 25-year career as a culinary mixologist, and crafted with fresh, local ingredients and foraged wild plants. It features four sections of alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails designed for the seasons, built with base elixirs like homemade vermouth, amaro, and bitters, that are organized alphabetically in The Apothecary chapter. Though these recipes are crafted with wild plants and wellness in mind, they are firmly rooted in the tradition of the craft cocktail and beverage culture.
“We can drink things that are delicious, good for us, and good for the wild world we are part of. All it takes is the right proportion of culinary mixology, herbalist tradition, and your inner kitchen witch. That’s where I come in.”
Drink the Wild
Angie says in a statement: “We can drink things that are delicious, good for us, and good for the wild world we are part of. All it takes is the right proportion of culinary mixology, herbalist tradition, and your inner kitchen witch. That’s where I come in.” She continues, “wildcraft cocktails, apothecary elixirs, medicinal mixology, and agricultural alchemy, all await you.”
Drink the Wild: Recipes from a Kitchen Witch for the Spirited and Sober Soul is available for purchase at https://drinkthewildbook.com.
The Traveling Elixir Fixer, Angie Jackson, is a freelance culinary mixologist, brand consultant, and educator. In her 25 year career, she has designed and executed award-winning beverage programs for Chicago’s top bars and restaurants, numerous Midwest distilleries, national distributors, as well as global brands and celebrities. Angie has contributed to articles featured in the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, The Daily Beast, and numerous local publications. She is a graduate of the Academy of Spirits and Fine Service, BarSmarts Advanced Bar Education Program, and the Advanced Culinary Mixology Academy. Angie taught mixology at Chicago’s Kendall College before returning to Michigan where she works and writes. Angie has recently presented at the 2020 Michigan Library Association’s Awards Ceremony, The Grand Rapids International Beer, Wine, and Food Festival, and is currently the resident mixologist for the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.
Austin Wines is a writer, mixologist, forager, marketing, and digital designer from the sticks of Michigan. He is a graduate of Western Michigan University, the coauthor of Drink the Wild, and a lifelong student of the Traveling Elixir Fixer.
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