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Bar Banter

I Cara Carabout you a lot πŸŠπŸ’– - Cocktail Garnish Co

I Cara Carabout you a lot πŸŠπŸ’–

So... does your special someone love cocktails, but your mixology...
by Anthony Rossettion January 27, 2022
This Cocktail is getting Boo'd... but thats okay this time around. - Cocktail Garnish Co

This Cocktail is getting Boo'd... but thats okay this time around.

Normally I'd plan this ahead of time, but as you...
by Anthony Rossettion October 30, 2021
Time is Everything. Let's get Garnished. - Cocktail Garnish Co

Time is Everything. Let's get Garnished.

Β  If there's one thing I can nerd out and...
by Anthony Rossettion April 16, 2021
3 Ways Dehydrated Cocktail Garnish Benefits Your Bar - Cocktail Garnish Co

3 Ways Dehydrated Cocktail Garnish Benefits Your Bar

Dehydrated fruits have been around the world for ages, a way to preserve the longevity of fruits and meats. In recent years with the rise in popularity of cocktail bars drinks have become more intricate in both their ingredients and their presentations. Currently, when you walk into an establishment you expect to see a cocktail list to order from and even further - you expect to be wowed by the drink you order.
by Justin Benfaidaon March 03, 2021
How to Dehydrate Your Own Cocktail Garnish - Cocktail Garnish Co

How to Dehydrate Your Own Cocktail Garnish

Your stove will need to go on an extremely low setting - not all do. We want to see about 140 degrees Fahrenheit to complete a decent dehydration, if it goes higher you may have to throttle the oven by opening it on occasion to let heat and humidity out. If your lowest temperature on the oven is above 160 you may want to use lemon juice on the fruit to aid in prevention of burning the fruit completely. This may be acceptable for the lemons and limes - but no one wants a brown orange.
by Justin Benfaidaon February 16, 2021
Dehydrated Pineapples for Cocktails, Skin off? Skin on? - Cocktail Garnish Co

Dehydrated Pineapples for Cocktails, Skin off? Skin on?

The only way to get a clean thin consistent slice of pineapple is feeding it through a deli slicer. As we tested earlier in the runs utilizing mandolin's and straight slicing by knife - it just didn't make sense as there wasn't enough consistency and they weren't thin enough to create an even dry. Furthermore the pineapple creates such a beautiful wave as it dries and tightens; ultimately looking like a sunflower.
by Justin Benfaidaon February 16, 2021
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