Here are a few that will make her happy:
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Q: What is flair bartending?
A: Flair bartending is the practice of entertaining guests, clientele, or audience with the throwing/juggling of bar tools (e.g., shaker tins) and liquor bottles in tricky, dazzling ways. “Flair,” or “freestyle bartending,” can be divided into two styles: working flair and competition flair. The difference between the two being the level of risk and complication of the tricks are higher for competitions. Good flair should be light-hearted and entertaining while … Read more
Q: I’ve been a bartender for 30 years. Some new bartender insists on squeezing the lime. I say don’t squeeze it, let the customer decide if they want to add the flavor of a squeezed lime.
A: Personally, I agree. Better to not ruin someone’s drink, if they want to squeeze the lime, there it is, just waiting. No problem.… Read more
English vodka! Who knew?
This super-premium vodka is more than just a fancy bottle; they have a snazzy website too. No, really, 3 Olives is a very smooth, crisp vodka that stands up to the big boys, and it comes in 6 flavors! The Cherry is featured in this week’s drink.
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