It would be easy to say that Elan Mastai’s All Our Wrong Todays is about time travel. But since it’s about so much more – choice and consequence, love and loss – I’ll instead say that 1965 is important, lemon trees are important, and champagne, yes, is important. So pour yourself a glass – but be prepared to have it grow warm, because you won’t want to put this book down once you start.
San Francisco ’65
Lemon twist for garnish
In a champagne flute, douse the sugar cube with lemon bitters. Add champagne. Top with limoncello and garnish with the twist.