Notes from the call:
- 5:30 – Introduction of Pavol Lichvar & talk about cocktails in general
- 10:28 – Old Fashioned Cocktail – served in a rock glass with one big ice cube
- 11:30 – Negroni Cocktail – served in a rock glass with more ice cubes
- 20:14 – Cuba Libre – served in a tall glass (the thicker the glass, the better) with ice cubes, lime and fresh mint
- 24:06 – feedback for the first cocktail shot
- 25:40 – cocktails in different seasons – winter & summer – starting with cocktails for Winter season. In winter, the weather is cold, therefore we prefer drinks that makes us warm
- 45:47 – 2nd image feedback
- 49:11 – 3rd image feedback
- 53:43 – Summer Cocktails
- 1:00:00 – talking about how to prepare rainbow type drinks – combining different liquors&spirits to create levels
- 1:05:00 – garnishes & how to style the cocktail
- challenge for you is to create an image of the Espresso Martini Cocktail and share it with us in the Facebook group.
Espresso Martini Recipe
2 oz vodka
1/2 oz coffee liqueur Kahlua or Tia Maria
1 oz espresso freshly brewed or cold brew concentrate ( no instant coffee)
1/2 oz simple syrup
Garnish coffe beans
Brew the coffee and let it cool completely
Add ice to a cocktail shaker then add the cold coffee simple syrup Kahlúa and vodka.
Shake very hard so the form is formed then strain it quickly into a martini glass top with coffee beans.
Make sure to cool the coffee completely after brewing it or it’ll melt the ice and you won’t have a nice chilled cocktail. Make sure to shake the cocktail extra hard so you create the lovely foam on top and when pouring the cocktail into your glass do it swiftly to ensure the foam ends on top. If you don’t have simple syrup you can make it but bringing equal amount of sugar and the water to boil until the sugar has dissolved turn it off the heat and leave it to cool completely before using.