This new book is written for the professional bartender. A copy belongs behind every bar. Whether running a stand-alone business or one incorporated into a restaurant, hotel, or food service operation, the successful bartender needs product and equipment knowledge, and a strong grasp of mixology. This new book is more than just a recipe guide, although it contains nearly 1, 500 different cocktails and shooters. This new book is fun and easy to read, the recipes are in alphabetical order with suggested glassware, ingredients, and garnishes. You will learn tips and tricks, bar terminology, measurements, how to set up a bar, glassware, responsible serving issues, garnishes, bar games and tricks, famous toasts, and much more. And you will find a special section on non-alcoholic drinks.A Recipe for Every Drink Known - Including Tricks and Games to Impress Your Guests Valerie Mellema. I E I ELIJIII DTI ... Sweet and Sour Mix a#39; 1 oz. Lemon Lime Soda a#39; Lemon Juice ... Float lemon juice on top. Garnish with fresh lemon.
|Title||:||The Professional Bartender's Handbook|
|Publisher||:||Atlantic Publishing Company - 2007|