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Ever wonder how to pour a layered cocktail? Or rim a glass? Or mix up a properly measured cocktail pitcher for your guests? We've got you covered with bartender tips and tutorials.
Layered cocktails taste good, look amazing and impress anyone who sees you successfully pouring them. They’re typically associated with sweet liqueurs, but plenty of layered cocktail recipes use rum, whiskey, vodka and other hard liquors to cut the sweetness and add some kick. Whether your style is “cin-cin” or “chug chug,” there’s a layered cocktail
When you’re entertaining guests, you can save yourself time by pre-mixing a pitcher of cocktails. This is simple to do – just follow the tips below. Premixing a pitcher of cocktails You can pre-mix a pitcher of cocktails up to a week before your party, as long as you don’t add ice until you’re ready
When you’re serving cocktails to guests, there are some easy ways to tweak each drink so it’s just the way each guest likes it. This mixology tip is a great way to impress your guests with your bartending skills, and it starts by asking questions. Mixology Tip: Creating customized cocktails Ask your guests how they