Bar Manager
Bar Supervisor
Bartender ,Waiter/ress
Equipment
Bar Operation & Service (barman)
Essential Spirits, Liqueurs and Mixers
Customer Relations
Standardizing our pro...
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All Food & Beverage service associates
must maintain an attractive and well-
groomed appearance.
example:
Uniform well ir...
Interaction between customers and the
Bartenders is a common element and the
extent of which depends on the style and
clas...
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Bar Tender
Alcohol is an important part of the F&B experience.
The art of tending bar is coming back with a whole
new generation of b...
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Essential Spirits, Liqueurs and Mixers to
Stock in the Bar
Spirits:
Bourbon
Brandy/Cognac
Whisky: Blended Scotch, single m...
Essential Liqueurs and Cordials
Liqueurs are used in addition to the base spirits as flavoring agents
that contain.
These ...
Essential Mixers
Mixers are the non-alcoholic liquids that add flavor and volume
to cocktails. Many mixers will keep in yo...
Essential Garnishes
Use fresh fruit for your garnishes.
This will prepare you for most cocktails.
Lemons
Limes
Oranges
Cel...
Thank You!
MIXOLOGIST
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Bar tenders training

  1. 1. Bar Manager Bar Supervisor Bartender ,Waiter/ress
  2. 2. Equipment Bar Operation & Service (barman) Essential Spirits, Liqueurs and Mixers Customer Relations Standardizing our products
  3. 3. • • • • • •
  4. 4. All Food & Beverage service associates must maintain an attractive and well- groomed appearance. example: Uniform well ironed ,no stain ,odor free Hair must be combed and tied back Shoe Black and well polished One ear ring per ear ( No ear rings for men) Follow the hotels grooming procedure It is essentially important for bartenders as they represent the hotel’s standards of quality in service.
  5. 5. Interaction between customers and the Bartenders is a common element and the extent of which depends on the style and class of the bar / lounge Warm and courteous attention must be given to each guest while maintaining a professional attitude and manner. Customer Relations
  6. 6.          Bar Tender
  7. 7. Alcohol is an important part of the F&B experience. The art of tending bar is coming back with a whole new generation of bartenders that call themselves Mixologist.
  8. 8. • • • • • •
  9. 9. Essential Spirits, Liqueurs and Mixers to Stock in the Bar Spirits: Bourbon Brandy/Cognac Whisky: Blended Scotch, single malt, Canadian, Rye, Bourbon, Irish Dark Rum Light rum Gin Tequila Vodka
  10. 10. Essential Liqueurs and Cordials Liqueurs are used in addition to the base spirits as flavoring agents that contain. These are the most common liqueurs that you should stock in the bar. Amaretto Irish Cream (i.e. Bailey's) Crème de Cacao Coffee Liqueur (i.e. Kahlua) Dry Vermouth Sweet Vermouth Extra Dry Vermouth (i.e. Noilly Prat) Orange Liqueur (i.e. Triple Sec, Cointreau, Curacao)
  11. 11. Essential Mixers Mixers are the non-alcoholic liquids that add flavor and volume to cocktails. Many mixers will keep in your bar for a long period of time, but do remember to keep checking their freshness and pay attention to expiration dates. Juices: Orange, Cranberry, Pineapple, Grapefruit And Tomato Juice Sour Mix Lime Grenadine Simple Syrup Worcestershire Sauce Tabasco Sauce Sodas, Tonic Coca cola and Diet Coke Etc
  12. 12. Essential Garnishes Use fresh fruit for your garnishes. This will prepare you for most cocktails. Lemons Limes Oranges Celery Maraschino Cherries Olives Cocktail Onions Whipped Cream Salt Iced Sugar Etc
  13. 13. Thank You! MIXOLOGIST
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