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The craft of cocktail might be a weird place yet that is the fun part! After all, the art of cocktail is a mixture of art and science, still, it is fun to make cocktails, right?!
Study cocktail and from there learn and experience it. Or just simply go to a bar, order, see and ask how its done!
Yes, the term can be very confusing – to beginners and even to veterans. Here, we are going to talk about how you too can learn and speak cocktail.
It’s quite clear that every drink that you mix up in the bar is a mixed drink. These words are commonly interchanged but in reality its different.
To sum it up, a cocktail is a mixed drink but a mixed drink may not always be considered a cocktail.
First of all, canapé (pronounced “can-a-PAY”) is word French which means “sofa” a nod to the toppings which “sit” on top of a piece of bread.
Canapes were served on stale bread a few years back and now it has grown into a wider term for finger food.(more…)