Global Drinking Rituals<br />
Fernet-Branca<br />1845- An Amaro created in Milan by a gentleman named BernadinoBranca & his 3 sons<br />
Fernet-Branca<br />1845- An Amaro created in Milan by a gentleman named BernadinoBranca & his 3 sons<br />a secret recipe ...
Fernet-Branca<br />1845- An Amaro created in Milan by a gentleman named BernadinoBranca & his 3 sons<br />a secret recipe ...
Fernet-Branca<br />1845- An Amaro created in Milan by a gentleman named BernadinoBranca & his 3 sons<br />a secret recipe ...
Fernet-Branca<br />1845- An Amaro created in Milan by a gentleman named BernadinoBranca & his 3 sons<br />a secret recipe ...
Fernet-Branca<br />1845- An Amaro created in Milan by a gentleman named BernadinoBranca & his 3 sons<br />a secret recipe ...
The Allure of Fernet<br />Brought in by Italian immigrants to San Francisco<br />Prohibition- Sold as a medicine- Populari...
Fernet and San Francisco<br />The San Francisco Market drinks 50% of Fernet imported to the US<br />Bartenders Cult Favori...
Fernet on Tap<br />SF- Bullit and Tonic<br />Citizen House Boston<br />Favorite<br />
Bar Staff drinking Rituals<br />DEATH AND COMPANY<br />
1 am –Reading Lager<br />Sunday night Sazeracs<br />Monday nt Ti Punch<br />
Varnish in LA<br />
The Varnish<br />Whisky and 1 oj for carlos<br />
Vessel In Seattle <br />Family Shot, Safety Meetings and Rye Whiskey<br />
Bar Staff drinking Rituals<br />Clives in Victoria Canada, Milano Drop Shot, Created on New Years Eve<br />
Ancient Drinking Rituals<br />Since the time alcohol was created drinking with a purpose began<br /> ancient Egyptians<br ...
Ancient Drinking Rituals<br />The Huns<br />Destroyed everything in their path <br />Drank Kumis- fermented mares milk<br ...
What is a Toast<br />toast is a ritual in which a drink is taken as an expression of honor or goodwill. <br />
Clinking of the Glasses<br />Ancient Greeks- Fear of being poisoned<br />
Clinking of the Glasses<br />Ancient Greeks- Fear of being poisoned<br />The Norse: Drinking out of enemies Skull….Skaol<b...
Clinking of the Glasses<br />Ancient Greeks- Fear of being poisoned<br />The Norse: Drinking out of enemies Skull….Skaol<b...
Clinking of the Glasses<br />Ancient Greeks- Fear of being poisoned<br />The Norse: Drinking out of enemies Skull….Skaol<b...
Look Me in the Eye<br />It all began with the Vikings <br />heartily clink their mugs together before battle, after battle...
Look Me in the Eye<br />It all began with the Vikings <br />heartily clink their mugs together before battle, after battle...
Look Me in the Eye<br />It all began with the Vikings <br />heartily clink their mugs together before battle, after battle...
The French<br />In France they say Sante’ ( to your health)<br />
The French<br />In France they say Sante’ ( to your health)<br />you must maintain eye contact<br />
The French<br />In France they say Sante’ ( to your health)<br />you must maintain eye contact<br />you must clink glasses...
The French<br />In France they say Sante’ ( to your health)<br />you must maintain eye contact<br />you must clink glasses...
The French<br />In France they say Sante’ ( to your health)<br />you must maintain eye contact<br />you must clink glasses...
Modern Day Drinking<br />
The pickle back<br />
Our neighbors the Canadians<br />Invented in Calgary, Alberta in 1969 by restaurateur Walter Chell<br />
Our neighbors the Canadians<br />Invented in Calgary, Alberta in 1969 by restaurateur Walter Chell<br />Inspired by dish h...
Our neighbors the Canadians<br />Invented in Calgary, Alberta in 1969 by restaurateur Walter Chell<br />Inspired by dish h...
Our neighbors the Canadians<br />Invented in Calgary, Alberta in 1969 by restaurateur Walter Chell<br />Inspired by dish h...
Our neighbors the Canadians<br />Invented in Calgary, Alberta in 1969 by restaurateur Walter Chell<br />Inspired by dish h...
Our neighbors the Canadians<br />Vodka<br />Tomato Juice<br />Clam juice<br />Horseradish<br />Lemon juice<br />Worchestir...
The Sour toe Club Legend<br />Toe # 1: Louie Liken, trapper, rum runner, lost his toe to frost bite, kept the toe pickeled...
The Sour toe Club Legend<br />Toe # 1: Louie Liken, trapper, rum runner, lost his toe to frost bite, kept the toe pickeled...
The Sour toe Club Legend<br />Toe # 1: Louie Liken, trapper, rum runner, lost his toe to frost bite, kept the toe pickeled...
The Sour toe Club Legend<br />Toe # 1: Louie Liken, trapper, rum runner, lost his toe to frost bite, kept the toe pickeled...
The Sour toe Club Rules<br />Original rule: The toe must be placed in a beer glass full of champagne, now you can drink it...
The Toe Source<br />Toe #2 Donated by a Alberta women, who gave her amputated middle toe<br />Toe was lost during renovati...
The Toe Source<br />Toe #4 Donated by anonymous donor. It was stolen by a hunter who refused to give it back until charges...
The Toe Source<br />Toe #7 Donated by someone who read about the sourtoe in the newspaper<br />Toe# 8 : Learned the hard l...
Latin America<br />Brazil<br />Cuba <br />Argentina<br />Venezuela<br />Mexico<br />
Honoring the Dead<br />A libationis a ritual pouring of a drink as an offering to a God or Spirit or in memory of those wh...
Pouring One Out<br />Gangster 40 ounce<br />One for me, and one for my homies."<br />Cuban bartenders spill a drop of rum ...
Venezuela El-Ritual<br />1st: You need a quality sipping rums like PamperoAniversario, <br />
Venezuela El-Ritual<br />1st: You need a quality sipping rums like PamperoAniversario, 2nd : you need a few limes cut into...
Venezuela El-Ritual<br />1st: You need a quality sipping rums like PamperoAniversario, 2nd : you need a few limes cut into...
Venezuela El-Ritual<br />1st: You need a quality sipping rums like PamperoAniversario, 2nd : you need a few limes cut into...
Venezuela El-Ritual<br />1st: You need a quality sipping rums like PamperoAniversario, 2nd : you need a few limes cut into...
Brazil<br />Caipriniah- National Drink of Brazil- means ‘little countryside drink’ in Portuguese<br />
Brazil<br />Caipriniah- National Drink of Brazil- means ‘little countryside drink’ in Portuguese<br />Chachaca, Lime and S...
Brazil<br />Caipriniah- National Drink of Brazil- means ‘little countryside drink’ in Portuguese<br />Chachaca, Lime and S...
Brazil<br />Caipriniah- National Drink of Brazil- means ‘little countryside drink’ in Portuguese<br />Chachaca, Lime and S...
FERNET IN ARGENTINA<br />
Mexico<br />Sangrita<br />The Palamo<br />The Tequila Shot<br />
La Paloma<br />La Paloma2 oz. reposado tequila<br />1 oz. simple syrup.5 oz. lime juice1.5 oz. fresh pink grapefruit juice...
Sangrita<br />Sangrita = Little Blood<br />Origins date back to 1920’s in Guadalajara. <br />originated from the leftover ...
Sangrita<br />Pico De Gallo: consumed from a large bowl during breakfast<br />the remaining juice was saved and poured on ...
Sangrita<br />3/4 cup tomato sauce<br />½ cup of orange juice<br />3 tablespoons of fresh lime juice<br />¼ teaspoon of on...
Tequila Shot<br />
Don Julio luxury drop<br />BRIAN VAN FLANDERN<br />
Agave Drop<br />1.5 Don Julio Blanco<br />.5 Lime juice<br />.5 Agave nectar<br />1 lime wedge<br />
Europe<br />Germany- Prost/Beer<br />France- Wine and more wine<br />England- Pass the Port<br />Tennis Anyone- Pimms<br /...
Great Britain- Pass the Port<br />The host who then serves the guest to his right<br />
Great Britain- Pass the Port<br />The host who then serves the guest to his right<br /> Then passes the decanter to the gu...
Great Britain- Pass the Port<br />The host who then serves the guest to his right<br /> Then passes the decanter to the gu...
Great Britain- Pass the Port<br />The host who then serves the guest to his right<br /> Then passes the decanter to the gu...
Great Britain- Pimms<br />Pimm'soriginated in an Oyster Bar in Poultry Street, owned by James Pimm in 1840. <br />
Great Britain- Pimms<br />Pimm'soriginated in an Oyster Bar in Poultry Street, owned by James Pimm in 1840. <br />The orig...
Great Britain- Pimms<br />Pimm'soriginated in an Oyster Bar in Poultry Street, owned by James Pimm in 1840. <br />The orig...
Great Britain- Pimms<br />Pimm'soriginated in an Oyster Bar in Poultry Street, owned by James Pimm in 1840. <br />The orig...
Great Britain- Pimms<br />Pimm'soriginated in an Oyster Bar in Poultry Street, owned by James Pimm in 1840. <br />The orig...
Great Britain- Pimms<br />The first Pimm'sBar opened at the world famous tennis tournament, Wimbledon <br />Today over 80,...
Irish Wake<br />
The Danish<br />Skal: Cheers and Bowl<br />Early begins the toast was and offering to the Gods<br />
The Danish<br />Rules of given a toast:<br />Denmark you do not drink (at the table) until the host has proposed a toast. ...
The Danish<br />Rules of given a toast:<br />Denmark you do not drink (at the table) until the host has proposed a toast. ...
The Danish<br />Rules of given a toast:<br />Denmark you do not drink (at the table) until the host has proposed a toast. ...
The Danish<br />Rules of given a toast:<br />Denmark you do not drink (at the table) until the host has proposed a toast. ...
The Danish<br /> <br />At informal and wild parties singing will be involved. This is the most common:<br />  <br />In Eng...
Drinking Song<br />
Eastern Europe<br />Party A La Russe<br />
Party A La Russe<br />Set up: Bottles of vodka, glasses and food<br />
Party A La Russe<br />Set up: Bottles of vodka, glasses and food<br />To Drink: vodka and only vodka<br />How: Drink it ne...
Party A La Russe<br />Set up: Bottles of vodka, glasses and food<br />To Drink: vodka and only vodka<br />How: Drink it ne...
Party A La Russe<br />communal gulp<br />Nobody drinks again until the next toast is offered<br />No dominating a bottle <...
Party A La Russe<br />Stand a round: if at a bar, everyone at the party should buy a round<br />Have a bite:<br />Between ...
Party A La Russe<br />Pace Yourself: After the first three rounds it is acceptable to sit out a few<br />Mind the empties:...
Japan<br />Originally from China but considered Japans national beverage<br />
Japan<br />Originally from China but considered Japans national beverage<br />Started as a rudimentary Farmers brew <br />
Japan<br />Originally from China but considered Japans national beverage<br />Started as a rudimentary Farmers brew <br />...
Japan<br />Originally from China but considered Japans national beverage<br />Started as a rudimentary Farmers brew <br />...
Japan<br />Originally from China but considered Japans national beverage<br />Started as a rudimentary Farmers brew <br />...
Sake <br />1575 , Two major development occurred :<br />One: rice began to polished- gone were all the congeners, <br />
Sake <br />1575 , Two major development occurred :<br />One: rice began to polished- gone were all the congeners, <br />Tw...
Sake <br />1575 , Two major development occurred :<br />One: rice began to polished- gone were all the congeners, <br />Tw...
Sake <br />1575 , Two major development occurred :<br />One: rice began to polished- gone were all the congeners, <br />Tw...
Asia<br />1904- It opened the National Research Institute of Brewing to promote  changes in the sake field.   <br />
Asia<br />1904- It opened the National Research Institute of Brewing to promote  changes in the sake field.   <br />This i...
Asia<br />WW2- Kills the sake industry<br />Rice Shortage<br />Grain alcohol added<br />New generation shy’s away from par...
Ritual of Drinking Sake<br />Japanese usually don't start drinking until someone offers the toast "kampai"—(dry glass).<br...
Ritual of Drinking Sake<br />When drinking, one should not drink from the bottle or fill his or her own glass. <br />The p...
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Global drinking rituals

  1. 1. Global Drinking Rituals<br />
  2. 2. Fernet-Branca<br />1845- An Amaro created in Milan by a gentleman named BernadinoBranca & his 3 sons<br />
  3. 3. Fernet-Branca<br />1845- An Amaro created in Milan by a gentleman named BernadinoBranca & his 3 sons<br />a secret recipe of all natural 40 herbs & spices <br />
  4. 4. Fernet-Branca<br />1845- An Amaro created in Milan by a gentleman named BernadinoBranca & his 3 sons<br />a secret recipe of all natural 40 herbs & spices <br />Saffron is one of the key ingredients<br />
  5. 5. Fernet-Branca<br />1845- An Amaro created in Milan by a gentleman named BernadinoBranca & his 3 sons<br />a secret recipe of all natural 14 herbs & spices <br />Saffron is one of the key ingredients<br />Macerated 1 year in a oak barrel<br />
  6. 6. Fernet-Branca<br />1845- An Amaro created in Milan by a gentleman named BernadinoBranca & his 3 sons<br />a secret recipe of all natural 14 herbs & spices <br />Saffron is one of the key ingredients<br />Macerated 1 year in a oak barrels<br />Rumors of Opiates ie Codeine, wormwood, chin chonaetc<br />
  7. 7. Fernet-Branca<br />1845- An Amaro created in Milan by a gentleman named BernadinoBranca & his 3 sons<br />a secret recipe of all natural 14 herbs & spices <br />Saffron is one of the key ingredient<br />Macerated 1 year in a oak barrel<br />Rumors of Opiates ie Codeine, wormwood, chin chonaetc<br />Marketed as cure for all stomach ailments<br />
  8. 8. The Allure of Fernet<br />Brought in by Italian immigrants to San Francisco<br />Prohibition- Sold as a medicine- Popularity soared<br />American distillery built<br />Government regulated opiate levels<br />
  9. 9. Fernet and San Francisco<br />The San Francisco Market drinks 50% of Fernet imported to the US<br />Bartenders Cult Favorite<br />The drink of choice Fernet andGinger ale<br />The perfect Hang Over Cure<br />R Bar, Alsman and Chris Fogarty Sell more Fernet then anyone<br />
  10. 10. Fernet on Tap<br />SF- Bullit and Tonic<br />Citizen House Boston<br />Favorite<br />
  11. 11. Bar Staff drinking Rituals<br />DEATH AND COMPANY<br />
  12. 12. 1 am –Reading Lager<br />Sunday night Sazeracs<br />Monday nt Ti Punch<br />
  13. 13. Varnish in LA<br />
  14. 14. The Varnish<br />Whisky and 1 oj for carlos<br />
  15. 15. Vessel In Seattle <br />Family Shot, Safety Meetings and Rye Whiskey<br />
  16. 16. Bar Staff drinking Rituals<br />Clives in Victoria Canada, Milano Drop Shot, Created on New Years Eve<br />
  17. 17. Ancient Drinking Rituals<br />Since the time alcohol was created drinking with a purpose began<br /> ancient Egyptians<br />Paid homage to the gods<br />Paid homage to dead<br />Greeks:<br />Believe the gods only listened if wine was offered and drank<br />Oaths were sealed with wine<br />Speakers only believed if they had consumed wine<br />Belief:<br />Those who did drink and only consumed water were believed to lack passion but also smell. If they visited a public bath others would get out<br />Romans<br />Offered wine before going into battle<br />Germains<br />Found it necessary to drink beer, getting drunk an essential prelude to decision making<br />Christian s drinking the blood of christ<br />Reference-” Drink” by Iain Gately<br />
  18. 18. Ancient Drinking Rituals<br />The Huns<br />Destroyed everything in their path <br />Drank Kumis- fermented mares milk<br />Anglo-Saxons and Vikings<br />Drank mead<br />Mead/Viking halls<br />Aztecs- Drank Pulqe<br />Japanese- Sake<br />
  19. 19. What is a Toast<br />toast is a ritual in which a drink is taken as an expression of honor or goodwill. <br />
  20. 20. Clinking of the Glasses<br />Ancient Greeks- Fear of being poisoned<br />
  21. 21. Clinking of the Glasses<br />Ancient Greeks- Fear of being poisoned<br />The Norse: Drinking out of enemies Skull….Skaol<br />
  22. 22. Clinking of the Glasses<br />Ancient Greeks- Fear of being poisoned<br />The Norse: Drinking out of enemies Skull….Skaol<br />Christians: Clinking of glasses sounded like church bells- ward of the Devil<br />
  23. 23. Clinking of the Glasses<br />Ancient Greeks- Fear of being poisoned<br />The Norse: Drinking out of enemies Skull….Skaol<br />Christians: Clinking of glasses sounded like church bells- ward of the Devil<br />Vikings- Smashing of Goblets-Look in the eye<br />
  24. 24. Look Me in the Eye<br />It all began with the Vikings <br />heartily clink their mugs together before battle, after battle or whenever gathering and look each other in the eye.<br />
  25. 25. Look Me in the Eye<br />It all began with the Vikings <br />heartily clink their mugs together before battle, after battle or whenever gathering and look each other in the eye.<br />Poison would be transferred<br />
  26. 26. Look Me in the Eye<br />It all began with the Vikings <br />heartily clink their mugs together before battle, after battle or whenever gathering and look each other in the eye.<br />Poison would be transferred<br />It is supposed that the looking in the eye would further the honorable intention that no, I did not drop poison in your cup<br />
  27. 27. The French<br />In France they say Sante’ ( to your health)<br />
  28. 28. The French<br />In France they say Sante’ ( to your health)<br />you must maintain eye contact<br />
  29. 29. The French<br />In France they say Sante’ ( to your health)<br />you must maintain eye contact<br />you must clink glasses individually with each person in your group <br />
  30. 30. The French<br />In France they say Sante’ ( to your health)<br />you must maintain eye contact<br />you must clink glasses individually with each person in your group <br />you must not cross anyone else’s arm as you do it. Time consuming and tedious.<br />
  31. 31. The French<br />In France they say Sante’ ( to your health)<br />you must maintain eye contact<br />you must clink glasses individually with each person in your group <br />you must not cross anyone else’s arm as you do it. Time consuming and tedious.<br />So, why does everyone bother? Turns out there’s a pretty severe penalty for messing this one up.<br />“Seven years of bad sex,” said every Frenchman and woman I met.<br />
  32. 32. Modern Day Drinking<br />
  33. 33. The pickle back<br />
  34. 34. Our neighbors the Canadians<br />Invented in Calgary, Alberta in 1969 by restaurateur Walter Chell<br />
  35. 35. Our neighbors the Canadians<br />Invented in Calgary, Alberta in 1969 by restaurateur Walter Chell<br />Inspired by dish he consumed in Italy- Spagettie with sauce and clams<br />
  36. 36. Our neighbors the Canadians<br />Invented in Calgary, Alberta in 1969 by restaurateur Walter Chell<br />Inspired by dish he consumed in Italy- Spagettie with sauce and clams<br />Within 5 years it became Calagary most requested cocktail<br />
  37. 37. Our neighbors the Canadians<br />Invented in Calgary, Alberta in 1969 by restaurateur Walter Chell<br />Inspired by dish he consumed in Italy- Spagettie with sauce and clams<br />Within 5 years it became Calagary most requested cocktail<br />2009- 40th anniversary it became the national drink of Canada<br />
  38. 38. Our neighbors the Canadians<br />Invented in Calgary, Alberta in 1969 by restaurateur Walter Chell<br />Inspired by dish he consumed in Italy- Spagettie with sauce and clams<br />Within 5 years it became Calagary most requested cocktail<br />2009- 40th anniversary it became the national drink of Canada<br /> It is claimed that over 350 million Caesars are consumed in Canada annually<br />It Inspired the creation of Motts Clamato juice, over 85% of all Caesars sold are made with this base. <br />
  39. 39. Our neighbors the Canadians<br />Vodka<br />Tomato Juice<br />Clam juice<br />Horseradish<br />Lemon juice<br />Worchestire<br />Tobasco<br />Celery Salt<br />Black Pepper<br />
  40. 40. The Sour toe Club Legend<br />Toe # 1: Louie Liken, trapper, rum runner, lost his toe to frost bite, kept the toe pickeled in a jar alchohol<br />
  41. 41. The Sour toe Club Legend<br />Toe # 1: Louie Liken, trapper, rum runner, lost his toe to frost bite, kept the toe pickeled in a jar alchohol<br />Discovered years later in their cabin by Captain Dick Stevenson the owner of Eldorado Hotel in 1973<br />
  42. 42. The Sour toe Club Legend<br />Toe # 1: Louie Liken, trapper, rum runner, lost his toe to frost bite, kept the toe pickeled in a jar alchohol<br />Discovered years later in their cabin by Captain Dick Stevenson the owner of Eldorado Hotel in 1973<br />Came up with the drinking rules for the Sour Toe Club<br />
  43. 43. The Sour toe Club Legend<br />Toe # 1: Louie Liken, trapper, rum runner, lost his toe to frost bite, kept the toe pickeled in a jar alchohol<br />Discovered years later in their cabin by Captain Dick Stevenson the owner of Eldorado Hotel in 1973<br />Came up with the drinking rules for the Sour Toe Club<br />Toe accidentally swallowed by a miner in 1980 <br />It was never recovered. <br />
  44. 44. The Sour toe Club Rules<br />Original rule: The toe must be placed in a beer glass full of champagne, now you can drink it with anything<br />The toe must touch the drinker's lips during the consumption of the alcohol before he or she can claim to be a true Sourtoer. <br />One Rule never changes: <br />The drinker's lips must touch the toe. " You can drink it fast, you can drink it slow-- But the lips have gotta touch the toe."<br />
  45. 45. The Toe Source<br />Toe #2 Donated by a Alberta women, who gave her amputated middle toe<br />Toe was lost during renovations to the bar<br />Toe# 3 Sent by a Trapper. Big toe removed due to Frostbite<br />60 Soldiers came in to do the Toe and # 3 went missing<br />Captain returned it but its return was short lived then it was accidentally swallowed by a baseball player from inuvik<br />
  46. 46. The Toe Source<br />Toe #4 Donated by anonymous donor. It was stolen by a hunter who refused to give it back until charges were threatened<br />Toe# 5&6 : Donated by Yukon old timer who wishes to remaining anonymous. <br />Insisted that his nurses drink the sour toe for free<br />
  47. 47. The Toe Source<br />Toe #7 Donated by someone who read about the sourtoe in the newspaper<br />Toe# 8 : Learned the hard lesson of not to mow your lawn with open toe sandals. <br />
  48. 48. Latin America<br />Brazil<br />Cuba <br />Argentina<br />Venezuela<br />Mexico<br />
  49. 49. Honoring the Dead<br />A libationis a ritual pouring of a drink as an offering to a God or Spirit or in memory of those who have died.<br />
  50. 50. Pouring One Out<br />Gangster 40 ounce<br />One for me, and one for my homies."<br />Cuban bartenders spill a drop of rum <br />Russian- offer a drop of vodka<br />
  51. 51. Venezuela El-Ritual<br />1st: You need a quality sipping rums like PamperoAniversario, <br />
  52. 52. Venezuela El-Ritual<br />1st: You need a quality sipping rums like PamperoAniversario, 2nd : you need a few limes cut into wedges.<br />
  53. 53. Venezuela El-Ritual<br />1st: You need a quality sipping rums like PamperoAniversario, 2nd : you need a few limes cut into wedges.3rd: you pour brown sugar and instant coffee into two separate piles on a dish or tray.<br />
  54. 54. Venezuela El-Ritual<br />1st: You need a quality sipping rums like PamperoAniversario, 2nd : you need a few limes cut into wedges.3rd: you pour brown sugar and instant coffee into two separate piles on a dish or tray.4th take a lime wedge, dip one side into the sugar, the other into the coffee and bite and suck on it.<br />
  55. 55. Venezuela El-Ritual<br />1st: You need a quality sipping rums like PamperoAniversario, 2nd : you need a few limes cut into wedges.3rd: you pour brown sugar and instant coffee into two separate piles on a dish or tray.4th take a lime wedge, dip one side into the sugar, the other into the coffee and bite and suck on it.<br />5th: Take a sip of your rum to let all the flavours mingle.<br />
  56. 56. Brazil<br />Caipriniah- National Drink of Brazil- means ‘little countryside drink’ in Portuguese<br />
  57. 57. Brazil<br />Caipriniah- National Drink of Brazil- means ‘little countryside drink’ in Portuguese<br />Chachaca, Lime and Sugar<br />
  58. 58. Brazil<br />Caipriniah- National Drink of Brazil- means ‘little countryside drink’ in Portuguese<br />Chachaca, Lime and Sugar<br />1920s, cachaça had become a symbol of Brazilian identity,.<br />
  59. 59. Brazil<br />Caipriniah- National Drink of Brazil- means ‘little countryside drink’ in Portuguese<br />Chachaca, Lime and Sugar<br />1920s, cachaça had become a symbol of Brazilian identity,.<br />Brazilians drink a staggering 200 million liters of every year. <br />
  60. 60. FERNET IN ARGENTINA<br />
  61. 61. Mexico<br />Sangrita<br />The Palamo<br />The Tequila Shot<br />
  62. 62. La Paloma<br />La Paloma2 oz. reposado tequila<br />1 oz. simple syrup.5 oz. lime juice1.5 oz. fresh pink grapefruit juice<br />3 dashes of grapefruit bittersTop with sodaGlass: highball rimmed with sea salt<br />Garnish: lime wedge and straw<br />
  63. 63. Sangrita<br />Sangrita = Little Blood<br />Origins date back to 1920’s in Guadalajara. <br />originated from the leftover juices (mainly orange) of an equally popular regional fruit salad “Pico De Gallo” covered with fine chili powder. <br />
  64. 64. Sangrita<br />Pico De Gallo: consumed from a large bowl during breakfast<br />the remaining juice was saved and poured on a small and narrow clay cup<br />precursor of the tequila shot glass.<br />Late 1990’s its popularity began to expand pass its borders<br />
  65. 65. Sangrita<br />3/4 cup tomato sauce<br />½ cup of orange juice<br />3 tablespoons of fresh lime juice<br />¼ teaspoon of onion powder<br />¼ teaspoon of salt<br />½ teaspoon of sugar<br />½ teaspoon of chile powder<br />1 tablespoon of hot sauce<br />Combine all the ingredients in a pitcher, chill in the fridge before serving.<br />Served alongside a shot of Tequila (Blanco or Reposado)<br />
  66. 66. Tequila Shot<br />
  67. 67. Don Julio luxury drop<br />BRIAN VAN FLANDERN<br />
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  69. 69.
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  71. 71.
  72. 72. Agave Drop<br />1.5 Don Julio Blanco<br />.5 Lime juice<br />.5 Agave nectar<br />1 lime wedge<br />
  73. 73. Europe<br />Germany- Prost/Beer<br />France- Wine and more wine<br />England- Pass the Port<br />Tennis Anyone- Pimms<br />Ireland- The Irish Wake<br />Danish- Skaal<br />Greece: 0pa<br />
  74. 74. Great Britain- Pass the Port<br />The host who then serves the guest to his right<br />
  75. 75. Great Britain- Pass the Port<br />The host who then serves the guest to his right<br /> Then passes the decanter to the guest on his left (port-side). <br />
  76. 76. Great Britain- Pass the Port<br />The host who then serves the guest to his right<br /> Then passes the decanter to the guest on his left (port-side). <br />The port is then passed to the left all the way back to the host.<br />
  77. 77. Great Britain- Pass the Port<br />The host who then serves the guest to his right<br /> Then passes the decanter to the guest on his left (port-side). <br />The port is then passed to the left all the way back to the host.<br />How to get people not to hog the port<br />
  78. 78. Great Britain- Pimms<br />Pimm'soriginated in an Oyster Bar in Poultry Street, owned by James Pimm in 1840. <br />
  79. 79. Great Britain- Pimms<br />Pimm'soriginated in an Oyster Bar in Poultry Street, owned by James Pimm in 1840. <br />The original Pimm's No 1 was made using gin, quinine and a secret mixture of herbs as an aid to digestion. <br />
  80. 80. Great Britain- Pimms<br />Pimm'soriginated in an Oyster Bar in Poultry Street, owned by James Pimm in 1840. <br />The original Pimm's No 1 was made using gin, quinine and a secret mixture of herbs as an aid to digestion. <br />1859 he began selling it to other restaurants<br />
  81. 81. Great Britain- Pimms<br />Pimm'soriginated in an Oyster Bar in Poultry Street, owned by James Pimm in 1840. <br />The original Pimm's No 1 was made using gin, quinine and a secret mixture of herbs as an aid to digestion. <br />1859 he began selling it to other restaurants<br />The Pimm's'house Cup' glass and fill it with ice, mix one part Pimm's No. 1 with 3 parts chilled lemonade, add some mint, cucumber, orange and strawberry.<br />After World War two, the range was extended Scotch for No. 2 cup, No. 3 brandy, No. 4 rum, No. 5 rye and No. 6 vodka.<br />
  82. 82. Great Britain- Pimms<br />Pimm'soriginated in an Oyster Bar in Poultry Street, owned by James Pimm in 1840. <br />The original Pimm's No 1 was made using gin, quinine and a secret mixture of herbs as an aid to digestion. <br />1859 he began selling it to other restaurants<br />The Pimm's'house Cup' glass and fill it with ice, mix one part Pimm's No. 1 with 3 parts chilled lemonade, add some mint, cucumber, orange and strawberry.<br />After World War two, the range was extended Scotch for No. 2 cup, No. 3 brandy, No. 4 rum, No. 5 rye and No. 6 vodka.<br />
  83. 83. Great Britain- Pimms<br />The first Pimm'sBar opened at the world famous tennis tournament, Wimbledon <br />Today over 80,000 pints of Pimm's and lemonade are sold every year to spectators.<br />1971-<br />
  84. 84. Irish Wake<br />
  85. 85. The Danish<br />Skal: Cheers and Bowl<br />Early begins the toast was and offering to the Gods<br />
  86. 86. The Danish<br />Rules of given a toast:<br />Denmark you do not drink (at the table) until the host has proposed a toast. <br /> <br /> <br />
  87. 87. The Danish<br />Rules of given a toast:<br />Denmark you do not drink (at the table) until the host has proposed a toast. <br /> <br /> A toast during a formal dinner goes with almost anything like wine and beer. <br />---<br />
  88. 88. The Danish<br />Rules of given a toast:<br />Denmark you do not drink (at the table) until the host has proposed a toast. <br /> <br /> A toast during a formal dinner goes with almost anything like wine and beer. <br />After the toast has been proposed the rest of the party raises their glasses and greet each other with a nod before they drink.<br />
  89. 89. The Danish<br />Rules of given a toast:<br />Denmark you do not drink (at the table) until the host has proposed a toast. <br /> <br /> A toast during a formal dinner goes with almost anything like wine and beer. <br />After the toast has been proposed the rest of the party raises their glasses and greet each other with a nod before they drink.<br /> <br />At more informal parties (like staff Christmas parties) everybody replies with a ‘Skål’ before they drink. They might even yell it! <br />Clinking glasses are also a part of the tradition.<br /> <br />At more wild parties it also means: Buttoms up!!! Or as we say: Buttoms up and the rest in the hair.<br /> <br />---<br />
  90. 90. The Danish<br /> <br />At informal and wild parties singing will be involved. This is the most common:<br />  <br />In English without the rhymes:<br /> <br />We propose a toast to our friends,<br />and to people we know.<br />And to people we don’t know,<br />we propose a toast as well.<br />Cheers - cheers<br /> <br />
  91. 91. Drinking Song<br />
  92. 92. Eastern Europe<br />Party A La Russe<br />
  93. 93. Party A La Russe<br />Set up: Bottles of vodka, glasses and food<br />
  94. 94. Party A La Russe<br />Set up: Bottles of vodka, glasses and food<br />To Drink: vodka and only vodka<br />How: Drink it neat and drink it all<br />
  95. 95. Party A La Russe<br />Set up: Bottles of vodka, glasses and food<br />To Drink: vodka and only vodka<br />How: Drink it neat and drink it all<br />Drink with the crowd:<br />Offer a toast<br />Offer a toast:vasheezda-ró-vye] – Your health!<br />Everyone is expected to make one<br />The person giving the toast refills everyone's glass<br />
  96. 96. Party A La Russe<br />communal gulp<br />Nobody drinks again until the next toast is offered<br />No dominating a bottle <br />pouring & drinking on your own is considered rude<br />
  97. 97. Party A La Russe<br />Stand a round: if at a bar, everyone at the party should buy a round<br />Have a bite:<br />Between rounds, Russians eat “Zacuski”<br />Zakuskitend to be acidic, salt or oily. <br />Slice of lemon, pickles, salted cucumber, caviar as well as herring or other fish in oil, often accompanied by cold boiled potatoes or blini<br />
  98. 98. Party A La Russe<br />Pace Yourself: After the first three rounds it is acceptable to sit out a few<br />Mind the empties: no empties on the table, empties are a sign of poverty<br />Go The Duration if you can: They can last all night and are typically followed by dinner<br />
  99. 99. Japan<br />Originally from China but considered Japans national beverage<br />
  100. 100. Japan<br />Originally from China but considered Japans national beverage<br />Started as a rudimentary Farmers brew <br />
  101. 101. Japan<br />Originally from China but considered Japans national beverage<br />Started as a rudimentary Farmers brew <br />AD689 when the Imperial Palace established a brewing department<br />
  102. 102. Japan<br />Originally from China but considered Japans national beverage<br />Started as a rudimentary Farmers brew <br />AD689 when the Imperial Palace established a brewing department<br />next 400 years Sake was fine tuned<br />
  103. 103. Japan<br />Originally from China but considered Japans national beverage<br />Started as a rudimentary Farmers brew <br />AD689 when the Imperial Palace established a brewing department<br />next 400 years Sake was fine tuned<br />
  104. 104. Sake <br />1575 , Two major development occurred :<br />One: rice began to polished- gone were all the congeners, <br />
  105. 105. Sake <br />1575 , Two major development occurred :<br />One: rice began to polished- gone were all the congeners, <br />Two: Sake was incorporated into the Japanese tea Ceremony and for the first time food and sake were combined<br />
  106. 106. Sake <br />1575 , Two major development occurred :<br />One: rice began to polished- gone were all the congeners, <br />Two: Sake was incorporated into the Japanese tea Ceremony and for the first time food and sake were combined<br />1698- 27, 000 sake breweries<br />
  107. 107. Sake <br />1575 , Two major development occurred :<br />One: rice began to polished- gone were all the congeners, <br />Two: Sake was incorporated into the Japanese tea Ceremony and for the first time food and sake were combined<br />1698- 27, 000 sake breweries<br />1800’s- Japan national identity is aligned with japan<br />
  108. 108. Asia<br />1904- It opened the National Research Institute of Brewing to promote changes in the sake field. <br />
  109. 109. Asia<br />1904- It opened the National Research Institute of Brewing to promote changes in the sake field. <br />This is like the US gov spending money promoting the betterment of Beer!!!<br />
  110. 110. Asia<br />WW2- Kills the sake industry<br />Rice Shortage<br />Grain alcohol added<br />New generation shy’s away from parents drink<br />
  111. 111. Ritual of Drinking Sake<br />Japanese usually don't start drinking until someone offers the toast "kampai"—(dry glass).<br />.As the evening progresses, Japanese often shout "banzai!" three times. It means "live ten thousand years“<br /> It is the equivalent of saying "hip. hip, hooray!“<br />.<br />
  112. 112. Ritual of Drinking Sake<br />When drinking, one should not drink from the bottle or fill his or her own glass. <br />The polite thing to do is fill someone else's glass and they in turn will fill yours. <br />In some situations, it is rude to turn down a drink that is being offered to you.<br />To avoid drinking to much keep you glass full. <br />To avoid being rude accept a drink the first time it is offered to you by a particular individual. <br />The second time he offers it is acceptable to politely say no. <br />

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