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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 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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