Bartending

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Bartending
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2011-11-14 22:19:12
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Bartending NB Cordials
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Bartending - NB Cordials
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  1. Sambuca
    • 1. Imported licorice flavored cordial from Italy
    • 2. 84 proof
    • 3. Made from anise (star-shaped seeds)
    • 4. Served w/3 coffee beans
    • 5. High in alcohol, high in sugar
    • 6. Often drank w/"coffee"/espresso

    *served in Snifter
  2. Frangelico
    • 1. Imported Hazelnut flavored cordial from Italy
    • 2. 48 proof
    • 3. Bottle shaped like monks who used to produce it

    *served in Snifter
  3. Grand Marinier
    • 1. Imported orange flavored cordial from France
    • 2. 80 proof
    • 3. Cognac base
    • 4. Amber in color
    • 5. Part of Triple Sec family

    *served in Snifter
  4. Chambord
    • 1. Imported black raspberry cordial from France
    • 2. Alcohol 9-15%
    • 3. Like a syrup, very viscous
    • 4. Not drunk alone, used in Mixers, i.e. Raspberry Cosmo, French Martini
  5. Amaretto di Saronno
    • 1. Imported almond flavored cordial from Italy
    • 2. Made from apricot stones
    • 3. $32 - $48

    *served in Snifter
  6. Midori Melon
    1. Imported honeydew melon flavored cordial

    *use Melon Liquer for Midori Mixers
  7. Cointreau
    • 1. Imported orange flavored cordial from France
    • 2. 80 proof
    • 3. Similar to orange curacao
    • 4. Clear in color

    • *more similer to Triple Sec than Grand Marinier
    • *served in Sifter
  8. After Shock
    • 1. Imported cinnamon flavored cordial from Canada
    • 2. Initially tastes like hot cinnamon
  9. B & B D.O.M.
    • 1. Imported cordial from France
    • 2. Combination of Benedictine & Brandy
    • 3. Began as a popular mixed drink until the French decided to bottle the two together
  10. Campari
    • 1. Aperitif imported from Italy
    • 2. Aromas of fruit pits and botanicals
    • 3. Slightly bitter flavors of fruit
  11. Drambuie
    • 1. Imported cordial from Scotland
    • 2. Made w/aged Scotch over 15 years
    • 3. Blended with heather honey and herbs
  12. Irish Mist Liquer
    • 1. Imported cordial from Ireland
    • 2. Blend of heather, clover honey and herbs
  13. Galliano
    • 1. Imported cordial from Italy
    • 2. Aromas of roots, herbs, flowers, and cedar
  14. Metaxa Ouzo
    • 1. Imported cordial from Greece
    • 2. Combination of grapes, herbs, and berries
    • 3. Including aniseed, licorice, mint, wintergreen, fennel and hazeulnut
  15. Yukon Jack
    • 1. Canadian cordial
    • 2. White-wine-like appearance
    • 3. Flavors of orange and spirit
  16. Kahlua
    • 1. America's #1 imported cordial
    • 2. Aromas of coffee beans
    • 3. Flavors of coffe and semisweet chocolate
  17. Tia Maria
    • 1. Imported coffee cordial from Jamaica
    • 2. Made from the rarest coffee beans in the world - Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee
  18. Caffe Lolita
    • 1. Imported coffee flavored cordial from Mexico
    • 2. Similar in style to Kahlua
  19. Kirschwasser
    1. Bitter cherry flavored cordial made in US
  20. Brown Creme de Cacao
    • 1. Brown in color
    • 2. Rich cocoa flavor
  21. White Creme de Cacao
    • 1. Clear color
    • 2. Same taste as Brown Creme de Cacao
  22. Green Creme de Menthe
    • 1. Dark green color
    • 2. Mint flavor
  23. White Creme de Menthe
    • 1. Clear color
    • 2. Natural mint flavor
  24. Creme de Banana
    1. American banana flavored cordial

    *Creme indicates that liquer is sweeter than most cordials or schnapps, not that it is blended with cream

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