Today lets focus on some speed pouring techniques and how-to, specifically is it worth the “time” to pour with speed over accuracy. Serving cocktails quicker equals more money, taking your time may make a better drink but if it takes you two times as long it may not meet the requirements for the business.
At home, speed pouring is probably just for fun and to show off with friends. But, there are some advantages and some disadvantages to speed pouring, which we talk about here as well as the hardware you’ll need.
We practice with vodka, but you may want to practice with water to save money. You can 4-count pour, 6-count pour or do as I do, bubble 2, 3, 4 pour. Or, 1-and-2-and-3-and-four pour.
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