Category: Barkeeping

The best alternatives to a cocktail shaker

Making cocktails without using a cocktail shaker is a bit tricky. But with these substitutes, you can shake up your favorite mixed drinks without having to order new equipment.

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Homemade Elderflower Syrup

Homemade Elderflower Syrup makes a beautiful addition to your cocktails. It is sweet, fragrant, and floral with just a hint of citrus.

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Homemade Passion Fruit Syrup

With this recipe for homemade passion fruit syrup, you can bring the exotic, sweet, and sour taste of passion fruits to your cocktails.

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Homemade Grenadine

Grenadine is a common ingredient in many cocktail recipes. But the store-bought versions are often overly sweet and leave you with sub-par cocktails. The solution is simple, make your own homemade Grenadine syrup.

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Homemade Falernum

Falernum is a flavorful syrup most famous for its use in tropical tiki cocktails. Here's a perfect recipe for making Falernum at home.

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Sal de Gusano - The Agave Worm Salt served with Mezcal

Sal de Gusano, or worm salt, is traditionally served alongside Mezcal. Sprinkled over fresh slices of oranges, it's the perfect complement to the agave spirit.

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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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The 5 Best Cocktail Shaker Sets

Your home bar isn't complete with the right tools. But instead of buying all the cocktail tools you need separately, you can also get yourself a perfect cocktail shaker set.

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Types of bar spoons and how they're different

The bar spoon is one of the essential tools every bartender needs. If you want to measure ingredients or prepare a stirred drink like a Martini or Negroni, you cannot do without a bar spoon.

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