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Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour
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Honey, I’m home! The Old New Flavour

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Slides from our Honey Presentation from Tales of the Cocktail 2014

Slides from our Honey Presentation from Tales of the Cocktail 2014

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  • 1. HONEY, I’M HOME! The old New Flavour Presented by Sebastian Reaburn, Jacob Briars, Lacy Hawkins & Sam Ross (in absentia) Thanks to Dewers, Drambuie and the National Honey Board #honey @cocktailseb @vodkaprofessor @lacyhawkins @samueljoelross @totc Wifi – Download the Tales App and rate the seminar
  • 2.  Melbourne Cocktail History  Bartender  Pretending to be a corporate exec at Bacardi Australia  Some awards  @cocktailseb SEBASTIAN REABURN
  • 3.  New York  Global Ambassador  Is actually a corporate exec at Bacardi  Some Awards  @vodkaprofessor JACOB BRIARS
  • 4.  Portland, Oregan  Beekeeping Family  2 Hives in Portland  Will soon have 2 Rooftop hives in new York  Clover Club & NoMad  8 Years in the industry – whole life with bees  @lacyhawkins LACY HAWKINS
  • 5.  Ex Melbourne  Milk & Honey  Attaboy  ‘nuff said  Attabeard  Here in spirit only SAM ROSS
  • 6.  1 part Drambuie  1 part Dewar’s Blended Whiskey  Serve on ice  21 Club New York  Prohibition RUSTY NAIL
  • 7.  Oldest known sweetener  10-15,000 year old cave paintings in Spain  Civilisation begins with honey  Religious and medicinal ingredient  Oldest fermented product OLD HONEY
  • 8.  Egyptian hieroglyphs  Honey was used in embalming  Religious ingredient  Ancient Greek coin  Medicinal and food uses  Honey is Kosher, but bees aren’t. OLD HONEY
  • 9. OLD HONEY DRINKS  Metheglin – honey, alcohol ideally mead, ginger, spices  Wassail – Usually ale, cream, cider, honey, spices, celebratory drink  Athol Brose – honey, porridge (oatmeal), cream, water, whisky  Toddy – whisky, honey, water  Mead – fermented honey, usually up to 6 months fermentation, sparkling or still, with a sour flavour  Sbiten – Russian honey and spice vodka that pre-dates vodka
  • 10. WHAT IS HONEY?  Honey is simply bee vomit.  Or is it…? 1. A foraging bee gathers nectar from flowers and stores it in their honey stomach. 2. The foraging bee will then fly back to the hive and transfer the nectar over to a house bee.
  • 11. NECTAR SWAP
  • 12. T H E H O U S E B E E W I L L T H E N R E G U R G I T A T E T H E N E C T A R I N T O O N E O F T H E C E L L S I N T H E I R C O M B .
  • 13. WHAT THE FLOWERS DO Sucrose (Table Sugar)
  • 14. WHAT THE BEES DO
  • 15. DEHYDRATION  Bees fan the honey with their wings
  • 16. CAP THE HONEY WITH WAX
  • 17. THE FULL COMB!
  • 18.  Fructose  Glucose  Maltose  Sucrose  Water  Other carbohydrates  Minerals  Vitamins – Thiamine, Riboflavin, Niacin, Folic Acid, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid, Pyridoxine, Inositol  Amino acids  Acids  Other – nobody knows… CHEMISTRY OF HONEY
  • 19.  Factors that effect honey: • Weather • Location • The Beekeeper! • The Queen Bee… HONEY IS A TASTE IN TIME
  • 20. 7 completely different honeys to taste and explore the idea of Terroir in honey. HONEY TASTING
  • 21. HONEY #1 • Light in color • Thin • Notes of flowers(honeysuckle), nectarines, lychee and bright citrus
  • 22. HONEY #2  Medium to light in color and viscosity  Notes of dried apple, apricot, chamomile and roses
  • 23. 2 HIVES 2 HONEYS 2 TASTES
  • 24. HONEY #3 • Dark Medium-Dark in color • Incredibly thick - crystalized! • Notes of prunes, minerals, chocolate and orange
  • 25. HONEY #4 • Dark in color • Very thick and medium crystals • Notes of rum, molasses, coffee and black tea
  • 26.  Melbourne city urban honey  @rooftopbees  Local restaurants and cafes allow them to use their roofs  Venues get a small cut of honey  Supported by the Melbourne City Council  Hard to buy – but you can get a subscription MELBOURNE ROOFTOP HONEY
  • 27.  Hobart Tasmania urban honey  Hobart wildflower  Big local green initiative towards organic  Small culinary and tourist start ups driving the economy post wood chipping WELLINGTON APIARY
  • 28.  New Zealand  The healthiest honey in the world  UMF  Related to Tea Tree  Kills multi resistant staphylococcus aureus  Used to treat burns MANUKA HONEY
  • 29. DIY
  • 30. BEES
  • 31.  June 20 2014 President Obama used his Presidential Power of Executive Order to create a national strategy for pollination.  90 days for everyone to agree to a plan for the plan YEZZZZZ WE CAN
  • 32. HONEY FACTORY OPTION
  • 33.  2 ounces Dewar’s 12yr Old  ¾ ounce lemon juice  3/8 ounce honey syrup  3/8 ounces sweetened ginger juice  Shake strain over rock  Float a little smoky malt PENICILLIN
  • 34. WHY USE HONEY  Complex flavour  Natural Maillard reactions  Long sweetness from Fructose and glucose  Contains proteins that are healthy  Supports local industries  Make honey more valuable = better bee research
  • 35.  2 ounces Bourbon  ¾ ounce Fresh lemon  ¾ Ounce Honey syrup  Shake and Strain over Rock  Whiskey Sour with Honey GOLD RUSH
  • 36.  2 ounces Gin  ¾ ounce Fresh Lemon  ¾ ounce honey syrup  Shake and stgrain  Lemon Twist  Gold Rush with Gin BEES KNEES
  • 37.  2 ounces Bacardi Gold Rum  ¾ ounce Fresh Lime  ¾ ounce Honey syrup  Shake and Strain  Goldrush with Rum  Daiquiri with honey HONEYSUCKLE
  • 38.  2 ounces Bacardi Gold Rum  ¾ Ounce fresh lime  ¾ ounce honey syrup  5 ounces Champagne  Shake and Pour  Tall glass with cracked ice  Honeysuckle with Champagne AIRMAIL
  • 39. DRINK! TASTING  Honey is the fastest growing new flavour  Driven by mid-price flavoured whiskey innovation  Basically a small amount of honey melted into some alcohol  Is everything called honey honey?  Is this just adding sugar to booze for kids brought up on high fructose corn syrup soda pop?
  • 40.  An original non-religious honey liqueur  Honey and whisky  Dram Buibhe – yellow drink  ‘The drink that Satisfies’  1909 from a 1745 recipe  Frist liqueur in the House of Lords Cellars  Sent to to soldiers in the Great War  National drink of Antarctica (thanks to NZ)  Prohibition – thousands of cases were ‘allegedly’ set afloat outside the US for bootleggers to retrieve. For free.  21 Club in New York DRAMBUIE
  • 41.  Blended scotch and honey  Filtered through extra oak  Scotch Malt Whisky Association DEWAR’S HIGHLAND HONEY
  • 42.  Released in 2003  Vodka with local NZ Manuka Honey  Won a stack of awards  Islay of Honey Spirits  Not available in the US 42 BELOW MANUKA HONEY
  • 43.  2011 smashed sales expectations  Leading the honey whiskey revolution  Not the first JACK DANIELS HONEY
  • 44.  Irish Whiskey  From the North…  Irish honey and other natural flavours  Upmarket  Off trend towards premium BUSHMILLS IRISH HONEY
  • 45.  Not a flavoured spirit  Vodka distilled from honey  Local orange blossom honey is fermented and pot distilled COMB WHITE
  • 46.  Also called Barenfang  Bear Hunter  15th Century Prussian recipe  Neutral spirit, honey spices  Often made at home in Germany BARENJAGER
  • 47.  Same botanicals and spices as the green, but different ratio  Loads more honey and saffron  Oak aged  Amazing texture of sweetness  Only 40% abv - 80 Proof YELLOW CHARTREUSE
  • 48.  2004 Best Cocktail in the World!  Chilli  Kaffir Lime leaf  ½ a lime  1/3 ounce elderflower syrup (or St Germain)  1 ½ ounces 42 Below Manuka Honey Vodka  1 ounce of Jagermeister  1/3 ounce vanilla syrup  Shake it all up and serve straight up with a crazy garnish and a story. KILLER BEE
  • 49. FUTURE OF HONEY

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