Most aspiring mixologists love to create unique cocktails by combining an array of flavours. The use of bitters is one example of an ingredient that has become popular again. For many years bitters were left out of Manhattans and many bars didn’t even stock them. But times are changing and
Raw eggs are not all the rage these days, unless of course you are a chicken farmer, or an avid fan of cocktails. In many classic cocktails, eggs were an important part of the recipe, providing unmatched texture and mouth feel. Some of the best know cocktails that use eggs
The idea of a sour mix is simply one of the efficiencies in a fast paced work environment, such as a bar or a big party. By premixing simple syrup and fresh squeezed citrus juice, and then bottling the mixture, you can avoid doing this repetitively for each drink.
Many classic drinks use orgeat syrup as a component of the drink. It is most famous for contributing to the original Mai Tai, but it can be found in many other classics including the Scorpion, Japanese cocktail and the traditional French drink called the Momisette. Orgeat, sometimes called “French Orgeat”,