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SHAKE all ingredients with ice and strain back into shaker. DRY SHAKE (without ice) to emulsify and fine strain into chilled glass.
Lemon slice & cherry on stick (sail)
This seemingly soft and fluffy, apricot flavoured drink hides a most unladylike rum bite.
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Lightly MUDDLE (just to bruise) mint in base of glass. Add other ingredients, half fill glass with crushed ice and CHURN (stir) with bar spoon. Fill glass to brim with more crushed...
SHAKE first 2 ingredients with ice and strain into chilled glass. TOP with Coca-Cola.
Shaking not only mixes a drink, it also chills, dilutes and aerates it. Along with stirring shaking is the most common technique employed to mix cocktails.
When making drinks containing cream and eggs it is common practice to first shake the mixture without ice, before shaking the drink a second time with ice. This practice is known...
When straining a shaken drink, a Hawthorn strainer tends to be used, but when straining a stirred drink it is traditional to use a Julep strainer. Both designs of strainer allow...
The spectrum of rum ranges from light, vodka-like extra-light white rums through to characterful cognac-like aged rums with Navy, Dunder and such like in between. If that were not...
The development of cocktail culture and so, by default gin based cocktails, were much aided by three developments: artificial carbonation of water (1767),
Two comments by Mr Highball himself, Jörg Meyer, “you can highball any cocktail”, and “a highball is a short drink made long” left me wanting
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