‘If you roll into a country pub or classic dive bar and order a Vieux Carre, they’re not a bad venue because it doesn’t come out on block ice with a perfectly manicured twist – they’re just a venue that doesn’t excel in that sort of experience.’
Tag: classic cocktails
“When you push, recommend and sell classic cocktails the best outcome you can hope for, from a customer experience perspective, is that you meet their expectations. Meeting expectations however doesn’t give you five star reviews, loads of tips, or not even necessarily return business.”
Q.F.s, B52s and Slippery Nipples were some of the first drinks I learnt behind the bar whilst pouring pints at a beer barn in south-eastern England. What I wasn’t aware of at the time was that I was making a Parisian café drink popular in mid-19th century America.