Most, if not all, bartenders have a handy dandy pocket knife. Why, you ask? Only because it’s a cool contraption that makes a bartender's life easier. It may be small but it has a lot of functions so it’s very convenient rather than to buy all the other tools individually. Continue reading to find out more about the brilliant tool that is the pocket knife.
Gin Moscow Mule or Gin-Gin Mule is a very popular cocktail and was named as one of the 25 most influential cocktails of the century in the May-June 2010 issue of the Imbibe Magazine, a Portland, Oregon based magazine that features all kinds of beverages. This magazine already received a number of awards for their authoritative articles on all beverages, especially the up and coming ones.
When you go to a bar and you order a drink, you may notice the bartender directly pouring the liquors into a glass or they may use a small tool to measure the liquors. This is not the only small vessel that can be seen in a bar setting. You may also recognize a very small glass that’s used to serve strong liquors. Do you know which one is the jigger and which one is the shot glass? Continue reading and know the difference.
Bartender Cutting Board is used as the surface on which fruits and other garnishes for cocktails are cut. It contributes to the hygiene and safety factor in preparing drinks. It is a sharp knife’s partner in ensuring that your drinks look pretty through its garnishes.