Let’s talk about how to stir a cocktail properly for best still, most comfort and how to make cocktail stirring easy. Many drinks call for stirring and stirring a drink is an important task. We partnered with Shaker & Spoon on this episode.
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We believe in proper stirring techniques because it’s really easy to learn to stir correct. You start by learning how to stir a cocktail using the ‘clock’ method, you hold your bar spoon between your middle finger and index finger and keep the thumb in position for control.
A bar spoon is your best answer for proper stirring as the long handle reaches the ice, the twist on the bar makes it more comfortable and easier to work with and the rid tip makes it possible to stir more like a professional bartender.
Granted, you can make cocktails at home easily enough, you don’t need a bartender 101 course or bartending skills but it sure won’t hurt to understand the methodology.
How to stir a cocktail may depend on what you’ve learned over the years, for bartenders at least, but the basic method is well understood by most folks. Today, our how to stir a cocktail process is short and sweet as well as sponsored by Shaker and Spoon!
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