Shake

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Shaking will allow you to mix well your ingredients! There is 2 different types of shakers. Boston shaker and cobbler shaker. The first is...

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Dry Shake

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Dry shaking is common between bartenders. It means you will shake without ice for different reasons you may need. The most regular reason...

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Stir

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Stirring will allow you to mix cocktails without having to shake your cocktail. It is often used for cocktails such as Vodka Martini,...

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Free Pour

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The free pour technique consist of pouring inside your glass without the use of a jigger. This require proper training being able to...

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Muddle

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Muddle is a very useful technique that will allow you to smash fruits, ice, sugar cubes, anything you need to reduce to small pieces for...

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Floating

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Floating technique will allow you to have different layers on your cocktails like B52 cocktail. To do it, you will need to use the bar...

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Build on Ice

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This technique basically means that you will pour all ingredients directly inside of your glass, without having to use a shaker to mix your...

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Blending

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To blend ingredients you will need a blender! Blending ingredients allow you to get an equal mix and thick texture ideal for frozen...

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Flaming

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Used to set your liquid alcohol in fire, Some spirits light fast some light slower, you need the proper technique to do so. It is a...

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