It's called 'How to make your own Drinks' and is written by Susy Atkins. For most of us that grow our own fruit it's a very handy book as it's a good way to use up a glut of fruit, other than making jam.
To be honest I probably wouldn't have looked for a book on the subject or even considered buying one, as apart from trying to make some wine from a kit years ago (not successfully to be honest !) I haven't really had a hankering to make my own. BUT being honest again ! i have to say that this book is not only good to look at it's also inspiring and really makes me want to have a go.
It's a beautifully laid out book with clear instructions, and the photography is excellent. As part of the introduction says - I quote :-
This is a straightforward, no-nonsense introduction to drinks-making at home. Most of your core ingredients are out in the fields, hedgerows and gardens, there for the taking. Let's get started. (Which I agree with.)
The nice thing about it is there are drinks for all occasions, including fruit cordials, champagne, beers, and even spiced tea's such as Mint tea, Lemon Verbena Tea, Lemon Balm tea Fennel tea and many more, even Lavender lemonade ! oh and even fruit syrups to add to puddings and ice cream.
Here are a few photo's from the book just to give you an idea on the book. If you are into making your own drinks or want to have a go this is an excellent book, and if like me you are a sucker for beautiful books it's a lovely one to have and look through.
If you get a chance to look at a copy I really do recommend it.