Flashcards in Review Questions Deck (20):
What Process must you go through when you make a drink that is served straight up?
Chill and Strain
What does the term "Perfect" mean when describing a Martini? Manhattan?
Martini - it means nothing; Martini's NEVER use sweet Vermouth
Manhattan - 1/4 oz of sweet & dry Vermouth
What is the difference between a Godfather, Godmother, & Sicilian Kiss?
Scotch, Vodka, Southern Comfort
Describe the steps in making an EXTRA DRY Martini
1. Chill Martini glass
2. Wash ice with Vermouth in Mixing tin & Strain
3. Fill Mixing tin with 2.5oz of Vodka or Gin
4. Strain & Garnish
What is the difference between a Collins Drink and a Sour Drink?
Collins adds Soda Water
Describe in detail how you would make a B-52
Layer Kahlua, Bailey's, & Grand Marnier
What is the difference between a traditional Manhattan and a Rob Roy?
Bourbon vs. Scotch
What is a unique feature of a Martini named the "Gibson"?
What are three questions that must be answered when making a Martini?
Vodka or Gin?
Straight Up or on the rocks?
lemon twist or olive?
What are the four classifications of whiskey?
Scotch, Irish, Bourbon, & Blended
What does rimming the glass mean?
adding flavor to the rim with fruit, salt, or sugar
Name 3 Red and 3 White Wine Varietals:
1. Marlot Chardonnay
2. Pino Noir Pino Grigio
3. Zinfindel Sauvignon Blac
What is Muddling?
pressing & extracting juices out of fruit and dropping into glass
What is a jigger?
double sided measuring device
Rocks on the Side
Dirty ice or ice on the side
standard amount of alcohol for a 1 liquor drink
what three types of Spirits are served in a snifter glass?
Congnac, Brandy, & Cordials
What is the common ingredient found in a Gin Gimlet and a Kamakaze?