Category: Informational

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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Neat vs Straight Up vs On the Rocks

What is the difference of neat vs straight up vs on the rocks? These terms can cause quite a confusion, so I want to set this straight for you.

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The best Bitters for Old Fashioned cocktails

The formula to make an Old Fashioned is simple: base liquor, sweetener, and cocktail bitters. But which bitters are best for an Old Fashioned cocktail?

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Bottled Cocktails Recommendations

You fancy a cocktail but don't want to to go out? Or friends come over, you want to serve some fancy drinks without going through the trouble of pending half the evening in the kitchen mixing cocktails? Then pre-bottled cocktails might be just what you need.

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Tiki Cocktails

The tropical Tiki Cocktails are amongst the most popular cocktail categories worldwide. But what makes a cocktail tropical, or Tiki? And where does the name come from?

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Cream of Coconut vs Coconut Cream

Have you ever asked yourself: what's the difference between cream of coconut and coconut cream? Well, you should, because, again, the two are far from being the same thing. But don't worry, I got you covered, as those things are far from being the same.

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Malting, Mashing, Fermentation, and Distillation - How to Make Alcohol

We all know numerous types of alcoholic beverages. Beer, wine, and spirits are considered the main categories. And to make them, different techniques and steps are required like brewing, mashing, fermentation, distillation, or filtration. In the following, I will explain these procedures and how they differ for the different types of spirits. Malting Malting is […]

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The Best Gin and Tonic Glass

There are countless Gins on the market, and it seems the selection of possible Gin glasses is almost equally big. So, is there an ideal Gin and Tonic Glass?

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