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COCKTAILS
o Cocktails
 are well iced mix drinks made up of base liquor,
juices, coloring, flavoring and other ingredients.
o Shooters

 shooters are
short, potent
drinks that are
mixed with a
combination of
spirits, liqueurs
and non alcoholic m...
o Shots
 only contain
ingredients that
are alcoholic.
HISTORY
1803-April 28, 1803
 The earliest known printed publication “The
Farmers Cabinet” was the first to use the word
c...
sugar, water, and bitters – it is vulgarly called a
bittered sling and is supposed to be an excellent
electioneering potio...
Slings, Cobblers, Shrubs, Toddies, Flips, and 10
recipes of mixed drinks referred to as Cocktails. A key
ingredient which ...
1930s
 the cocktail became popular after Prohibition in
the United States. After the repeal of Prohibition,
the skills de...
1980s
 by the 1980s it was the predominant base for
mixed drinks. Many cocktails traditionally made
with gin, such as the...
BASIC COCKTAIL INGREDIENTS
1. ICE
 USES OF ICE – to chill, to dilute, to fill up the
glass, serves as beater.
2. BASE LIQUORS
 to provide the strength or kick in the drink.
 Base liquors:
a. Wine
b. beer
c. spirits/ distilled beverages
 gin

 rum
 vodka

 brandy
 tequila

 lambanog
 liqueurs
3. JUICES
 USES : it provides flavor, color, smell, texture to
the drink.
 types : fresh, powder, or concentrate
4. DAIRY PRODUCTS
 uses : provide flavor, texture
 milk, cream, chocolate, egg
5. CARBONATED DRINKS AND WATER
 uses : provides flavor, smell, color, and texture
 soft drinks, tonic and soda water, fl...
6. Syrups
 provides color, flavor, and aroma
 flavored and plain, simple syrup and honey
7. FRUITS AND GARNISHES
 to add appeal to the drink.

almond

apple

Carrot sticks

blackberry

apricot

Celery stack

ba...
Cocktail olives

Cocktail onion

grapes

coconut

cucumber

Grape fruit

Lemon wedge

Lemon twist

Lemon slice

guava

Nut...
Lime slice

Lime twist

Lime wedge

mint

persimmons

pepper

Pineapple wedge

Pineapple slice

raspberries

shrimp

plums...
strawberries

Sugar

Watermelon wedge
Whip cream
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  1. 1. COCKTAILS
  2. 2. o Cocktails  are well iced mix drinks made up of base liquor, juices, coloring, flavoring and other ingredients.
  3. 3. o Shooters  shooters are short, potent drinks that are mixed with a combination of spirits, liqueurs and non alcoholic mixers.
  4. 4. o Shots  only contain ingredients that are alcoholic.
  5. 5. HISTORY 1803-April 28, 1803  The earliest known printed publication “The Farmers Cabinet” was the first to use the word cocktail. 1806- May 13, 1806  the second earliest and officially recognized known use of the word cocktail the edition of the Balance and Columbian Repository which provide an early definition of cocktail. “Cocktail is a stimulating liquor composed of spirit of any kind
  6. 6. sugar, water, and bitters – it is vulgarly called a bittered sling and is supposed to be an excellent electioneering potion, inasmuch as it renders the heart stout and bold, at the same time that it fuddles the head. It is said, also to be of great use to a Democratic candidate: because a person, having swallowed a glass of it, is ready to swallow anything else”. 1862  was the first publication of a bartenders guide which include cocktail recipes. How to mix drinks; or The Bon Vivant’s Companion by Prof. Jerry Thomas it includes recipes of: Punches, Sours,
  7. 7. Slings, Cobblers, Shrubs, Toddies, Flips, and 10 recipes of mixed drinks referred to as Cocktails. A key ingredient which differentiated “cocktails” from other drinks in this book was the use of bitters as an ingredient, although it is not to be seen in very many modern cocktail recipes. 1920s  during Prohibition the art of drink mixing drinks became more important to mask the taste of bootlegged alcohol. The bartenders at a speakeasy would mix it with other ingredients, both alcoholic and non – alcoholic.
  8. 8. 1930s  the cocktail became popular after Prohibition in the United States. After the repeal of Prohibition, the skills developed in illegal bars became widespread and heralded the golden era of the cocktail, the 1930’s. one of the oldest known cocktails, the Cognac – based Sazerac dates from 1850s New Orleans, as many as 70 years prior to the Prohibition era. 1970s  until 1970s cocktails were made predominantly with gin, whiskey, or rum, and less commonly vodka. From the 1970s on, the popularity of vodka increased dramatically.
  9. 9. 1980s  by the 1980s it was the predominant base for mixed drinks. Many cocktails traditionally made with gin, such as the gimlet, or the martini, may now be served by default with vodka.
  10. 10. BASIC COCKTAIL INGREDIENTS
  11. 11. 1. ICE  USES OF ICE – to chill, to dilute, to fill up the glass, serves as beater.
  12. 12. 2. BASE LIQUORS  to provide the strength or kick in the drink.  Base liquors: a. Wine
  13. 13. b. beer
  14. 14. c. spirits/ distilled beverages  gin  rum
  15. 15.  vodka  brandy
  16. 16.  tequila  lambanog
  17. 17.  liqueurs
  18. 18. 3. JUICES  USES : it provides flavor, color, smell, texture to the drink.  types : fresh, powder, or concentrate
  19. 19. 4. DAIRY PRODUCTS  uses : provide flavor, texture  milk, cream, chocolate, egg
  20. 20. 5. CARBONATED DRINKS AND WATER  uses : provides flavor, smell, color, and texture  soft drinks, tonic and soda water, flavored sparkling water.
  21. 21. 6. Syrups  provides color, flavor, and aroma  flavored and plain, simple syrup and honey
  22. 22. 7. FRUITS AND GARNISHES  to add appeal to the drink. almond apple Carrot sticks blackberry apricot Celery stack banana cherries blueberry Cinnamon grated
  23. 23. Cocktail olives Cocktail onion grapes coconut cucumber Grape fruit Lemon wedge Lemon twist Lemon slice guava Nutmeg grated peach
  24. 24. Lime slice Lime twist Lime wedge mint persimmons pepper Pineapple wedge Pineapple slice raspberries shrimp plums Star fruit Salt coarse
  25. 25. strawberries Sugar Watermelon wedge Whip cream
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