This week we talk with Vance Henderson - National Brand Ambassador for Drambuie.
Its the Bartender Journey Podcast # 207! Listen with the audio player on this page, or subscribe on iTunes, Android or Stitcher Radio.
Cocktail of the Week #1: Drambuie Honey Sour
5 oz Drambuie
¾ oz Scotch (not too peaty)
¾ oz Lemon Juice
1 egg white
3 slices ginger
Muddle ginger with Drambuie. Add remaining ingredients. Dry Shake. Wet Shake. Fine Strain. Garnish with a few drops of Angostura Bitters.
Cocktail of the Week #2: Drambuie Collins
1 Part Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice
2 Parts Drambuie
4 Parts Seltzer
Build in a Collins glass. Stir well, (or toss). Mint garnish, (slap mint to release aromas). This is a wonderfully complex, crowd pleasing drink, yet so easy and quick to build! We recommend giving it a quick "toss" to make sure all the flavors combine!
Mr. Dickson’s was recognized by the Guinness Book of World’s Records for collecting the "Most Synonyms" for any term in the English language. He compiled a list of 2,231 terms meaning "drunk"–beating out no less than Benjamin Franklin, who published his own list called The Drinker's Dictionary. Mr. Dickson’s then beat his own record and published a book called Drunk: The Definitive Drinker's Dictionary containing 2,964 terms for tipsy, blitzed, roasted. The Native People of Alaska had 1000 worlds for snow…Bartenders have 2231 words for Drunk, and we’ve seen them all, correct!?
“Things I’ve picked up along the way” - Practical Tips For Bartenders :
It is important to change the way you shake every so often to avoid damaging joints and ligaments – what’s known as repetitive stress syndrome. Also, please keep in mind that shaking near your ear can damage your hearing!
CORE - Children Of Restaurant Employees. CORE supports the children of food and beverage employees who are navigating life-altering circumstances or conditions. We just want you to be aware of CORE in case you ever need them. Find them at coregives.org You can also reach them on the at 404-655-4690
Toast of the Week: To wine-those plump grapes' immortal juice
That does this happiness produce.