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This is ok for what it was meant to be.

By Smooshy Smoosherson - Sep 07 2008
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I believe this was designed for the person at home that wants to make a cocktail using a certain liquor they may not be familiar with using tools and items they may have around the house. It's certainly not a bartending training course. Use of a jigger is a good idea for those not experienced in making mixed drinks and the instruction is easy to follow. Very good for the person wanting something different or original at a dinner party or get together.

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By Saphiartigerbabe - Sep 03 2008
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Ok so these videos are crap..... first off if your a real mixologist dont use a jigger. Come on dude show your skill and free pour its not that hard. Second use the right glasses for your drinks. Dont use a full size rocks glass for a shooter. These videos arnt worth watching. If you want to learn how to make cocktails go to a bartending school or get a job as a barback.

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2 Ratings
Average Ratings
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1
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1

This is ok for what it was meant to be.

By Smooshy Smoosherson - Sep 07 2008
Read more
I believe this was designed for the person at home that wants to make a cocktail using a certain liquor they may not be familiar with using tools and items they may have around the house. It's certainly not a bartending training course. Use of a jigger is a good idea for those not experienced in making mixed drinks and the instruction is easy to follow. Very good for the person wanting something different or original at a dinner party or get together.

Whatever

By Saphiartigerbabe - Sep 03 2008
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Ok so these videos are crap..... first off if your a real mixologist dont use a jigger. Come on dude show your skill and free pour its not that hard. Second use the right glasses for your drinks. Dont use a full size rocks glass for a shooter. These videos arnt worth watching. If you want to learn how to make cocktails go to a bartending school or get a job as a barback.
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Warning: This podcast has few episodes.

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Rank #1: Cocktail Hour: Holiday Cachaca Cocktail

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Cocktail Hour – Holiday Cachaca Cocktail

We are back at Rayuela on the Lower East Side with The Liquid Chef, Junior Merino. Junior shows us a fun and colorful holiday cocktail using Cachaca and Black Sambuca.

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Nov 14 2008

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Rank #2: Cocktail Hour – Absinthe-Cachaca Cocktail

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We are at Rayuela on the Lower Easwt Side, New York City. Junior Merino, The Liquid Chef, shows us how to make a cocktail using both Absinthe and Cachaça.

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Oct 23 2008

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Rank #3: Cocktail Hour – Luscious Tequila Cocktails

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Join Jennifer in San Francisco as she mixes it up a little with Master Mixologist Jacques Bezuidenhout, who shows us just how versatile tequila can be as a cocktail base.

Jacques goes to the market with Chef Mark to shop for the freshest ingredients, then they head back to Tommy’s Mexican Restaurant where he demonstrates several drinks using Partida Tequila.

On The Tequila Trail is a production of the Culinary Media Network (www.culinarymedianetwork.com).

Music: Courtesy of Talking Taco Music

Enchiladas Rojas by Frank Corrales and Ben Tavera King from Burning Desires, available as a CD and download at www.talkingtaco.com or www.amazon.com.

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Oct 05 2008

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Rank #4: Cocktail Hour – Orange Marga”Tea”ta

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Lilia Temple returns to show us how to make a variation on the classic Margarita using orange juice and tea, and she calls it the Orange Marga”Tea”ta.

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Sep 19 2008

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Rank #5: Cocktail Hour – Sazerac

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Mixologist Jonathan Pogash shows us how to make a classic. The official cocktail of New Orleans: The Sazerac. Using Sazerac Rye Whiskey, Absinthe, Peychaud’s bitters, and simple syrup. It’s a little taste of the past!

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Aug 14 2008

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