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  • Annual Global Bartender events / Barshow list

    Evening all, I am compiling a list of 'must-do' bartender events / shows / trainings that take place on an annual basis anywhere in the World. This feels like something that has already been done, so if anyone could point me in the right direction I would be most obliged. Alternatively, any suggestions to add to this list would be appreaciated
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by Kenji Jesse on 31 Oct 2012
  • Re: Last Minute - Event bartender request

    All sorted now. Cheers, Kenji
    Posted to Bars and Bartenders (Forum) by Kenji Jesse on 8 Jul 2009
  • Last Minute - Event bartender request

    Afternoon all, Apologies if this is the wrong place for this, but I find myself in alittle bit of a bind. I am running the barside of a big gig in London at the 02 Arena this Friday 10th July and a couple of my guys have had to drop out. (my guess is that they are really sunny themselves at Tales) So, I was wondering if there are any mixologists in
    Posted to Bars and Bartenders (Forum) by Kenji Jesse on 8 Jul 2009
  • Re: 3 distilling questions

    [quote user="Robert Hess"] I'm also curious as to what is seen as the alure of having a pot distilled vodka? If the goal is to distill the product to the >92% level, does it really matter how it is distilled? [/quote] In respect to the abv%, as has been discussed, the column still is much more effective...The allure for me, is that
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by Kenji Jesse on 22 Jun 2009
  • Re: 3 distilling questions

    As far as I'm aware, there are no vodkas that are made purely by pot distillation. All the vodka's that are labelled 'batch distilled' 'hand crafted' 'small batch' ' pot distilled' 'artisian distilled' etc are all distilled first through a stainless steel column distillation process before being 'finished'
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by Kenji Jesse on 18 Jun 2009
  • Global standard spirit measure sizes

    Evening all, I'm working on adapting a range of cocktails, tailored to different markets/countries and wanted to ckeck if my info was correct for the standard measure size for a spirit serve. I know that when it comes to cocktails/freepouring, that measures will vary but was interested in what is the standard/most commonly used measure size in a
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by Kenji Jesse on 3 Jun 2009
  • Anybody used edible paper in a cocktail?

    I was just reading this crazy article and wondered about using a circle of edible paper with a edible ink image, on top of a foam. Ideally, you would want the paper to dissolve and the photo image be stable in the foam. Has anybody tried this or have any tips? Cheers, Kenji
  • correct defination 'Cocktail glass' vs. Commonly known as 'Martini Glass'

    With the definition/understanding of a 'cocktail' having changed from 'a stimulating liquor, composed of spirits of any kind, sugar, water, and bitters' to the common name given to a mixed drink of three+ liquid ingredients, should we allow what we know as the Cocktail glass be referred to the commonly called Martini glass? or should
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by Kenji Jesse on 26 Apr 2009
  • Re: Vodka Category

    I'm glad we all agree on the Eastern vs Western terminology ie. 'Eastern STYLE' rather than 'currently made in the East', but I do not think it is the best way to Categorise Vodka which I think is important to do but I do not want to overcomplicate it. (it can also get confusing as mentioned eg. Russian Standard made in Russia but
  • Re: Signet Ring

    yes, it might hinder your shaking but how about a 3D version?
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by Kenji Jesse on 15 Apr 2009
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