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Toronto Bartending School BartenderOne-How to use a Julep Strainer
Added: 24th January 2010
Posted By: bartenderone
Views: 952

BartenderOne instructional videos presents how to use a Julep strainer. The Julep strainer is designed to fit inside a 16 oz. Boston glass, and will allow you to properly shake and strain your cocktail.

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Toronto Bartending Schools BartenderOne- How to Muddle a cocktail
Added: 24th January 2010
Posted By: bartenderone
Views: 638

BartenderOne Instructional videos presents how to Muddle a cocktail. Learning how to correctly muddle a cocktail such as the Mojito, will ensure that the flavours will be properly balanced, and that the cocktail tastes the way it was intended to.

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Toronto Bartending School BartenderOne-How to Cut a Citrus Wheel
Added: 24th January 2010
Posted By: bartenderone
Views: 520

BartenderOne instructional videos presents how to cut a citrus wheel. Citrus wheels are generally used for fashion rather than function. By cutting a wheel instead of a wedge, you end up with a good looking garnish, without getting any of the juice of the lime in the cocktail.

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Toronto Bartending School BartenderOne-How to shake and pour a cocktail
Added: 24th January 2010
Posted By: bartenderone
Views: 672

BartenderOne instructional videos presents how to shake and pour a cocktail. The shake and pour method of preparing a cocktail, can be a useful tool to speed up service.

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Toronto Bartending School BartenderOne-How to use a Hawthorne Strainer
Added: 24th January 2010
Posted By: bartenderone
Views: 699

BartenderOne instructional videos presents how to use a Hawthorne Strainer. A hawthorne strainer is designed to fit inside a 28 oz. shaker tin. The spring will allow you to control the amount of ice that will pass through.

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Toronto Bartending School BartenderOne-How to Layer a Shooter
Added: 24th January 2010
Posted By: bartenderone
Views: 890

BartenderOne instructional videos presents how to layer a shooter. Based on their specific densities, different liqueurs will layer on top of others resulting in a multi-leveled visual effect. A well layered shooter will turn heads with this professional presentation.

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Toronto Bartending School BartenderOne-How to stir a Martini
Added: 24th January 2010
Posted By: bartenderone
Views: 777

BartenderOne instructional videos presents how to stir a Martini. Before preparing your martini, be sure to chill the glass first. This will ensure the cocktail will stay colder, as it is not served over ice. When stirring your martini, be sure to slide the spoon down the side of the glass, and...

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Toronto Bartending School BartenderOne-How to use a Fine Strainer
Added: 24th January 2010
Posted By: bartenderone
Views: 756

BartenderOne instructional videos presents how to use a Fine strainer. Using a fine strainer will allow you add fresh ingredients to your cocktail, without any seeds or flesh of the fruit ending up in the drink.

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Toronto Bartending School BartenderOne-How to free pour a perfect ounce
Added: 24th January 2010
Posted By: bartenderone
Views: 813

BartenderOne instructional videos presents how to free pour a perfect ounce. By establishing a cadence, or beat, it will allow you to free pour any desired amount of liquor. Pouring accuracy is important so that the guest gets what they pay for, and the licensee gets the proper return on their...

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Toronto Bartending School BartenderOne-How to bounce pour
Added: 24th January 2010
Posted By: bartenderone
Views: 799

BartenderOne instructional videos presents how to bounce pour. Bounce pouring is a technique used to speed up service by eliminating an extra step when pouring multiple ounces. By bouncing the bottle, it will cause the stream of liquid to pause, allowing you to move to the next glass or shaker tin.

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Toronto Bartending School BartenderOne-How to open a bottle of wine
Added: 24th January 2010
Posted By: bartenderone
Views: 788

BartenderOne instructional videos presents how to properly open a bottle of wine. Every bartender or server, needs to know how to properly open a sealed bottle of wine. Knowing the proper etiquette, will result in professional presentation.

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Toronto Bartending School BartenderOne-How to use a speed blade opener
Added: 24th January 2010
Posted By: bartenderone
Views: 988

BartenderOne instructional videos presents how to use a speed blade opener. Using a speed blade opener as opposed to a traditional bottle opener, will allow you to open multiple bottles more quickly, which will result in faster service.

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Toronto Bartending School BartenderOne-How to create a citrus twist
Added: 24th January 2010
Posted By: bartenderone
Views: 791

BartenderOne instructional videos presents how to create a citrus twist. When creating a citrus twist, be sure to use a channel knife. When the twist is complete, pull on either end of the twist over the cocktail to release the oils from the twist which will add flavour to the drink.

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Toronto Bartending School BartenderOne-How to cut a lime garnish
Added: 24th January 2010
Posted By: bartenderone
Views: 761

BartenderOne instructional videos presents how to cut a lime garnish. When cutting a lime garnish, you want to make sure that you cut the lime into eight equal wedges. In addition, you want to ensure that each wedge has a slit in the centre so it will sit nicely on the rim of the glass.

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BartenderOne Cocktails on ET Canada
Added: 24th January 2010
Posted By: bartenderone
Views: 622

The BartenderOne team teamed up with FastLife for a cocktail creations event featured on ET Canada.

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Toronto Bartending School BartenderOne-How to use egg whites for making cocktails
Added: 24th January 2010
Posted By: bartenderone
Views: 708

BartenderOne instructional videos presents how to use egg whites for making cocktails. Egg whites can be used in making cocktails to add texture to the drink. Most commonly used in fresh sours such as the Whiskey Sour, the addition of egg whites will make the cocktail creamy and frothy.

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Kos Greece European Bartender School Promo Video
Added: 4th July 2010
Posted By: Anastatia
Views: 2073

European Bartender School Europes biggest and most modern bartending school The European Bartender School (EBS) is the world leader when it comes to professional bartender training. Not only is it highly reputed, it is the largest bartender school in Europe. The European Bartender School is...

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BartenderOne Bartending Schools Promo Video
Added: 2nd March 2011
Posted By: bartenderone
Views: 549

BartenderOne, Canada's fastest growing group of bartender schools has the most comprehensive list of bartending courses, programs and workshops available in the hospitality training industry. Unlike other traditional classroom style courses, your bartender training is a hands on reality based...

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Liquid Ozone Green Sanitizer for Hotels, Clubs, Bars...
Added: 19th November 2013
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Liquid ozone is a green chemical free powerful sanitizer that is cost effective and 3,000 times faster and 50% stronger than chlorine bleach! Go Green with the high capacity machine. Liquid Ozone Time Magazine's Invention of the year! Safe around food and beverages! Turning green...

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