Liqueurs & Cordials Course Contents
- Apéritifs & Digestifs
- Pastis vs Absinthe
- Bitters & Tinctures
- How to Make Bitters & Tinctures
- Cocktails and a little history of them
- 65 Popular Brands and Flavors
- Flavor & Aroma Characteristics
- How to make 35 popular & classic Shots
- How to serve Absinthe
- How to serve Pastis
- The Ouzo Effect
- Production Methods
- Legal Standards in the U.S. & EU
Terms like Cordials and Liqueurs are used interchangeably, in some parts of the world.
Cordials are clearly recognizable from Liqueurs. And, in some countries in Europe, cordials are just concentrated fruit syrups with no alcohol content. But liqueurs in any country will typically contain some alcohol. So, the reason why the two are usually associated together is because of sweetness, their large use as flavoring agents and as taste mixing with other beverages. In the course, we’ll explain this and so much more.
What is the target audience?
- Current or new bartenders, mixologists & servers in the hospitality industry who want to improve their skills
- Those who want to get a job in a bar or restaurant
- Bar & restaurant owners & managers who need to train their staff
- Wine shop and liquor store owners & managers who need to train their staff
- Anyone interested in learning more about alcohol
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