The Mixology Talk Podcast, Episode Twenty Eight
Avoid these 5 bad habits to look like a pro while making drinks!
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In today’s Episode…
We thought it was time to go over some of the things that good cocktail creators do wrong – and can make them look like amateurs.
Listen in to find out:
- The proper persuasion techniques for herbs like Mint
- What is “Dirty Ice”?
- Two more T-shirts that Julia’s going to add to A Bar Above’s future T-shirt store (not really)
- The fastest way to make Chris really upset in a cocktail bar
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What have we missed? When you go to a cocktail bar or hire new folks for your own bar – what clues do you look for to see if the bartender is really skilled? Let us kno win the comments!
Haha! My wife would tell the same exact story about me & the shaken Manhattan Julia! She gets mad at me now and says “just tell them exactly how you want it made!” I have this weird compulsion to ‘test’ the bartenders and suffer thought the consequences 😉
Hey Chris – did you ever notice that on the back of the Campari bottle it says to “shake” (ugh!) your Nagroni?!
Haha I love that! I used to be blissfully ignorant, but now I’ve started noticing little things bartenders do wrong too – I guess it’s an occupational hazard! And NO I can’t believe the Campari bottle says that!