Some kind words and reviews of Quarantinis, Eh? The Lockdown

For anyone who wants to graduate from wine and beer to cocktails, this is the book for you. This carefully and creatively curated book will be a boon for anyone looking to enter or broaden their palate in the world of cocktails. In short, a happy must-read in these challenging times.

Scott McCloy, Pandemic Survivor

Quarantinis Eh? is a delightful cocktail itself. Slyly mixing personal non-fiction, great history, astute pandemic observations, and amazing photography – not to mention an ample dose of some of the funniest quotes about booze ever! Bravo! This intoxicating time capsule of our days in captivity is not to be missed.

Roger Larry Film maker,
Cool Daddy, Citizen Marc, Crossing

Love your book. The photos are wonderful and the stories that go along with each drink. Will enjoy trying out these recipes.

Shelley Soanes, Health Care Professional

We’re negotiating the best we can, through this once-in-a-lifetime pandemic. Author Paddy Moore (has) discovered the pleasure of another kind of alcohol, not just the kind to sanitize. The book is a fun read, beautifully illustrated. No matter if you’re a glass half empty or glass half full person, you might want to make sure you have something interesting to imbibe in that glass.

Roxanne Davies, Author  
Orchards, Crossroads and Dreams. Olga, The OK Way to a Heathy, Happy Life, Inside View: The Eye Behind the Lens and soon, The Blue Riviera, a memoir of her mother.

Great enjoyment in reading and a delight to your taste buds.

Peggy Oldfield, Editor, Stationbreak

Not just great recipes, but a documentation of the first 40 days of COVID. When we all came together, apart.

Gant Bowen, Beer Cicerone

This book will encourage the mixologist in you to try something new or learn more about the history behind some of your old favourites.

Fiona Lewis, Gin Fancier