The Drunken Botanist: The Plants that Create the World's Great Drinks by: Amy Stewart
Non-fiction: Science, Food/Drink, 355 pages
Physical Book Count: 47
Book Count: 53
This book covers the major types of plants that are used to make drinks, both as the alcohol and mixers for them. It starts with the plants that become the main basic forms of alcohol: agave, barley, corn, grapes, sugarcane, etc. It then deals with the parts of the plants used: herbs, fruit, flowers, etc. It has notes on what drinks the plants are/may be in. As well as notes for people interested in growing them.