Once you have mastered the 150 first cocktail recipes, and you have learned about all of the different alcohol. If you are also able to describe the main types of alcohol and the different brands as well as the drink mixers, you should move on to the method by which you mix your cocktails. An understanding of Shaking, Straining, Blending, Pouring, and Layering, all need to be learned in order to make a drink properly.
Glass wear, Tools and Terminology are next to be learned and that will cover the easy part of becoming a great bartender. Memorization and Repetition are the keys to learning these basic bartending skills. This solid foundation of knowledge will allow you to serve your customers and attend to them without using half of your brain's power trying to remember how to make the cocktail.
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How to use this course
- Memorize the "Top 150 Cocktail Recipes".
- Alcohol Brands
- Drink Mixers
- Drink Building Methods
- Glass wear
- Bartender Traits
- Handle Cash