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Can You Really Make a Fancy Cocktail in 60 Seconds? A New Book Tells How

If you want to get a party started quickly, try one of these three cocktail recipes.

The CDMX consists of mezcal, bitters and sweet vermouth.

The CDMX consists of mezcal, bitters and sweet vermouth.

Photographer: Vinny Whiteman

As we step into holiday party season, take a minute—but not two—to consider one of the most underrated gifts: time.

A new entertaining tome titled 60-Second Cocktails: Amazing Drinks to Make at Home in a Minute, by Joel Harrison and Neil Ridley (Princeton Architectural Press; $25), features recipes for drinks that can be made in about the amount of time it takes to choose, open and pour a bottle of wine.