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Welcome to the 'Level Up' page – your ultimate destination for mastering the art of cocktail making.
Whether you're a beginner bartender or a seasoned mixologist, this page is designed to elevate your skills to new heights. Dive into our carefully curated selection of articles, each packed with insights, tips, and techniques to enhance your craft.
From exploring the nuances of flavor balancing to mastering the art of presentation, our resources cover a broad spectrum of topics to refine your mixology expertise. Learn about the latest trends, experiment with exotic ingredients, and discover the secrets behind timeless classic cocktails. Let each article be a stepping stone towards turning your cocktail creations into mesmerizing experiences for all your guests.
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Differences in Tequila
Brief History The word tequila is a proprietary term, legally limited for use in the Mexican production of blue agave distilled spirits. First commercially produced during the 16th century by Spanish... read more
History of the Margarita Cocktail
The margarita cocktail is a popular drink with disputed origins. A classic margarita can be served frozen or iced and is a refreshing combination of tequila, Cointreau, and lime. Frozen margaritas are... read more
Gin was officially invented in the 1600’s, although Italians had been flavoring some of their simple distilled beverages with juniper berries since the 11th century. A Dutch physician, Franciscus Silv... read more
Mastering the Shake
Cocktail shaking is an art that goes beyond a simple act of mixing ingredients. It's a fundamental skill that can take your bartending game to new heights. Whether you're a novice or an aspiring mixol... read more
Are you using the right wine glass?
When it comes to cocktails, the glass is as important to the finished drink as every other ingredient. But when pouring wine, few people think twice about which glass they use. It doesn’t help that gl... read more
Who Invented the Sidecar Cocktail?
An irresistible combination of cognac, triple sec, and lemon juice, the Sidecar has been a classic cocktail at the top of every good mixologist’s repertoire since the end of the First World War. So wh... read more
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