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Bourbon: 50 Rousing Recipes for a Classic American Spirit

Bourbon: 50 Rousing Recipes for a Classic American Spirit

Bourbon — we enjoy this manliest of drinks by the shot, over ice with a splash of water, or even straight from the bottle (sometimes). Bourbon: 50 Rousing Recipes for a Classic American Spirit ($11) goes beyond these borders with classic drink recipes, fruity concoctions, and party mixes that are sure to get you, your friends, family, and the neighbor's dog drunk. Penned by Fred Thompson — no, not that Fred Thompson — this is a must have for any bourbon lover.

  • Vampires, Werewolves, Zombies: Compendium Monstrum

    Sized for travel and filled with the type of information usually reserved for travel and birdwatching guides, Vampires, Werewolves, Zombies: Compendium Monstrum ($10) is your pocketable encyclopedia of baddies. Spanning 160+ pages, this helpful guide includes sections on the aforementioned monsters, including a special section dedicated to travel within Transylvania, and features illustrations, maps, and historical images throughout to better illuminate the potentially life-saving text within.

  • Take Ivy

    A host of fashion inspiration awaits in the pages of Take Ivy ($25). Originally published in Japan in 1965, this unique tome offers up 145 full-color and black-and-white candid photographs of Ivy league students going about their daily lives. As Vampire Weekend can attest, Ivy style is seeing new levels of popularity, so whether you're looking to be the big man on campus or simply a more dignified version of your unkempt self, let these Ivy leaguers of the '60s — probably the same guys that now run Goldman Sachs, and thus, the world — show you how.