Category: Barkeeping

Cobbler Shaker - A three piece Cocktail Shaker most popular in Japan

The Cobbler Shaker is probably the most common cocktail shaker in home bars. The shaker is also referred to as a 3-piece cocktail shaker and has a built-in strainer for convenience.

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Grilled Pineapple Syrup

Grilled pineapple syrup works great in cocktails, especially when combined with dark and aged spirits.

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The Parisian or French Cocktail Shaker

The Parisian Shaker is presumably the most classy tool to shake up cocktails. But there's more to it than elegance.

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Guide to Lemon Juice in Cocktails

Lemon juice is one of the most important ingredients when making cocktails. And depending on your choice of fresh, bottled, or aged lemon juice, your cocktail will taste different.

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Homemade Hibiscus Syrup

Hibiscus is one of the best ways to bring color and a floral note to your drinks. And with this hibiscus syrup, it is very easy, too.

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Homemade Maraschino Cherries

Homemade Maraschino cherries are a beautiful alternative to the store-bought versions. And with this recipe, it's easier to do that than you might think.

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What are Maraschino Cherries

The sweet and flavorsome Maraschino cherries are among the most common and popular cocktail garnishes.

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How to measure a shot without a shot glass

Read how you can measure the volume of a shot when you don't have a shot glass available.

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Guide to the Daisy cocktail family

Daisy cocktails are sour cocktails sweetened with liqueur and typically served with seasonal fruit. The base recipe of the Daisy has been around since the 19th century.

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Rose water in cocktails

Rose water is a product made from rose petals, water, and a byproduct of rose petal distillation. And it can be a terrific way to upgrade your drinks.

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