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Dual Speed Rack Order "Well"
Bourbon
Scotch
Vodka
Gin
Rum
Tequila
Dual Speed Rack Order "Call"
Seagrams 7
J&B
Absolut
Tangueray
Bacardi (light)
Cuervo, Sauza
1 Count
1/4 oz.
2 count
1/2 oz.
3 count
3/4 oz.
4 count
1 oz.
5 count
1 1/4 oz.
6 count
1 1/2 oz.
7 count
1 3/4 oz.
8 count
2 oz
1/2 oz.
splash
1 oz.
up/back
1 1/2 oz.
1000/cut
2 oz.
1000, one/cut
3 oz.
1000, one/pause
Bitters
flavored with roots, barks, and herbs
Ginger Ale
-Usually on beverage dispenser
-can be substituted by using 7-Up with a splash of coke
Grenadine
a sweet, cherry colored syrup made from the pulp of Pomegranate
Lemon Juice
most bars use "sweet & sour" mix
Orgeat
an almond syrup used in tropical drinks
Quinine Water
the same as tonic, usually on beverage dispenser
Rose's Lime
concentrated and sweetened lime juice
Seltzer Water
same as club soda, usually on beverage dispenser (speed gun)
Sweet & Sour
made from reconstituted lime juice, sugar, and bar foam
After Shock
Cinnamon
Amaretto
Almond
Angostura
Bitters
Anisette
Licorice
Apple Jack
Apple
Avalanche
Peppermint
Bailey's Irish Cream
Irish Whiskey
Chocolate
Cream
Benedictine
Sweet & Spicy
B&B
Brandy
Benedictine
Blue Curacao
Orange
Campari
Bitters
Chambord
Raspberry
Cherry Heering
Danish Cherry
Cointreau
Orange
Creme de Almond (Noyaux)
Almond
Creme de Cacao
Chocolate
Creme de Cassis
Currant
Creme de Menthe
Mint
Drambuie
Scotch Whiskey
Honey
Herbs
Frangelico
Hazelnut
Galliano
Licorice
Vanilla
Godiva
Chocolate
Goldschlager
Cinnamon
Irish Mist
Irish Whiskey
Honey
Herbs
Jagermeister
Cough Medicine
Kahlua
Mexican Coffee
Kirshwasser
Cherry
Midori
Melon
Ouzo
Greek Licorice
Pernod
French Licorice
Rumpleminz
Peppermint
Sambuca
Licorice (Italian - served with coffee beans)
Sloe Gin
Sloe Berry
Southern Comfort
Bourbon
Peaches
Honey
Strega
Licorice
Tequila Rose
Tequila
Cream
Strawberry
Tia Maria
Jamaican Coffee
Tuaca
Coconut
Caramel
Orange
Yukon Jack
Canadian Whiskey
Peaches
Honey
Flavored Brandy
Apricot
Blackberry
Cherry
Coffee
Peach
Strawberry
Whiskey
all whiskeys are distilled from fermented grain mash and aged in oak barrels
Bonded Whiskey
Straight Whiskey, not a blend of different liquors
-aged for not less than 4 years and bottled at not less than 100 proof (bottled in bond)
Bourbon Whiskey
Distilled from not less than 51% corn
Corn Whiskey
Distilled from not less than 80% corn
Canadian Whiskey
Distilled from cereal grain (Corn, rye, wheat, or barley) blended and aged in Canada for 3 to 5 years
Rye Whiskey
Distilled from not less than 51% Rye, American
Irish Whiskey
Distilled from Barley
Imported from Ireland
Single Malt made purely from Malted Barley
Scotch Whiskey
Distilled from Barley with a distinctive smoky flavor
Imported from Scotland
Single Malted made intirely from Malted Barley
Scotland Single Malt Whiskey
Are divided into 3 main types categorized by area of distillation
-Highland Malt Whiskies
-Lowland Malt Whiskies
-Islay Malt Whiskies
Highland Malt Whiskies
These include "Speyside Malts" all distilled north of the Highland line; they tend to be fall flavored, slightly smoky, and sometimes even robust
Lowland Malt Whiskies
Distilled sout of he Highland line, these whiskies have a gentle, mild character with little pronounced flavors.
Lowland malts are highly suitable for the base of Scotland's fine selection of blended whiskies
Islay Malt Whiskies
These "Campbeltown Malts" are produced on the islands of the west coast of Scotland
They are characterized by their pungent full flavor which embodies a hint of sea air
Blended Whiskies
Blends of straigh whiskey, neutral grain spirits, and blending agents, sweetening and coloring
-Lightbodied
All types of various whiskies are made with amounts of barley malt
Irish whiskies and Scotch whiskies use from 40% to 100% malt
American and Canadian whiskies use 10%
Major whiskey producing companies are the US, Canada, Ireland, and Scotland
Brandy
Brandy is the oldest of all liquers and is distilled from a fermented mash of grapes or other fruit. A true brandy can be distilled from any fruit. When the term brandy is used alone, it always refers to brandy made from grape wine.
Gin
Gin is neutral spirits re=distilled over juniper berries and other aromatics, such as coriander (a carrot family plant), angelica root, and cassia bark. It is colorless and is not aged. Gin makes an excellent cocktail base.
Rum
Rum is distilled from fermented sugar cane juice (pressed from raw sugar cane), fermented molasses, or a mixture of these. It ranges in color from white to very dark. There are 2 kinds of rum:
-Lightbodied
-Heavybodied
Lightbodied
Lightbodied rum is light or dark in color. Dark rum is sweeter but light rum is most popular.
Heavybodied
Heavybodied rum is more sweet and pungent due to being distilled differently.
Tequila
Fiery mexican liquor is made from a blue colored Agave plant. Produced only in 2 designated regions of Mexico, one surrounding town of Tequila, the other in the area of Tepatitlan. Ordinary tequila is white. Anejo must be aged for a minimum of one year in white oak casks. Gold tequila is aged in white casks for 2 to 4 years.
Vodka
Most vodka is produced primarily from corn, wheat, and potatoes. It is distilled at a very high alcohol content and highly refined and filtered. Vodka is colorless with no pronounced flavor and is almost odorless. Not aged. It is most versatile and will blend with anything. Vodka is the national drink of Russia.
Table Wines
White
Blush
Red
White Wine
-Usually served with fish and poultry.
-10 - 12% by volume
-Generally served chilled.
Blush Wine
-Served with any meal.
-10 - 12% volume.
-Generally served chilled.
Red Wine
-Served with red meat and heavy sauces.
-10 - 12% by volume
-Generally served at room temperature.
Aperitif
Served chilled or over ice before dinner. Should whet the appetite and make the time before dinner pass pleasantly. Aperitif should never suppress hunger or numb the taste buds, hence they are usually dry. Some examples are:
-Dubormet (Red and Blonde)
-Lillet
-Vermouth
Red Wine
-Served with red meat and heavy sauces.
-10 - 12% by volume
-Generally served at room temperature.
Aperitif
Served chilled or over ice before dinner. Should whet the appetite and make the time before dinner pass pleasantly. Aperitif should never suppress hunger or numb the taste buds, hence they are usually dry. Some examples are:
-Dubormet (Red and Blonde)
-Lillet
-Vermouth
Dessert Wines
Fortified wines, like Port and Sherry, are often classified as dessert wines. Fortified wines are made by adding "Grape Brandy" to wine to increase the amount of alcohol. At what point the alcohol is added during the winernaking process makes all the difference to the final product. Port is sweet because its fermentation process is cut short by adding the brandy during fermentation. On the other hand, Sherry is fortified only after fermentation is completed.
-Harvey's Bristol Cream
-Dry Sack
-Sweet Vermouth
Sparkling Wines
Champagne and Sparkling Wines are generally served before or after meals. These are "active" wines and must be served chilled. True Champagne only comes from the Champagne region of France.
Distilled Wines
Brandy is a distillation of the fermented juices of grapes. Although made all over the world, the chief producer of brandy is France and the US. When making brandy other fruits may be used other than grapes, the type of fruit is used in the name of the Brandy (ie Apple Brandy, Peach Brandy, Cherry Brandy, etc). The best known is Cognac While all Cognac is Brandy not all Brandy is Cognac. Cognac is a brandy distilled only in the Cognac region of France which borders the Charente River. Cognac, by law, may be produced from the white grapes only. Brandy or Cognac should be served in a Brandy Snifter. They range in size from 5 oz. to 34 oz. A standard serving will be 1 to 2 oz. depending on the house policy. Brandy snifters are designed so that the customer may sniff the aroma of the Brandy while drinking it. To enhance the aroma it should be served warmed.
The procedure of warming a brandy snifter:
-Warm it by cupping your hands around the bowl of the glass.
-Carefully run the bowl of the glass over a candle or lighter for a few seconds.
-Warm the outside of the snifter in hot water or take a rocks glass and fill it hald way with hot water and lay the snifter over the top of the rocks glass on its side, then the customer can let it warm as much as they wish.
Champagne
Champagne and Sparkling Wines are generally served before or after meals. These are "active" wines and must be served chilled.
American Whiskey (Blends)
Calverts
Seagrams 7
Imperial
Kessier
American Whiskey (Bourbons)
Early Times
Jim Beam
Wild Turkey 101
Maker's Mark
Jack Daniels (Blank Label)
Gentleman Jack
Jack Daniel's Single Barrel
Blanton's Single Barrel
Basil Hayden's
Booker's
Baker's
Knob Creek
Wild Turkey
Rare Breed
Canadian Whiskey (Blends)
Canadian Club - CC
Crown Royal
Seabrams VO-VO
Canadian Mist
Irish Whiskey
John Jameson
Bushmills
Murphy's
Paddy's
Scotch Whiskey (Blends)
Chivas Regal
Chivas Royal Salute
Cutty Sark
J&B
Dewars White Label
Johnny Walker (Red-8yr)
Johnny Walker (Black-12yr)
Johnny Walker (Blue-21yr)
Famous Grouse
H&H Pinch
Scotch Whiskey (Single Malt)
Glenfiddich (12 & 18 yr)
Glenlivet (12 & 18 yr)
Glenmorangie (10 & 18 yr)
Macallan (12, 18, & 25 yr)
Cragganmore
Lagavulin
Oban
Talisker
Dalwhinnie
Glenkinchie
Singleton
Laphroig
Vodka
Absolut
Absolut Citron
Absolut Mandarin
Absolut Peppar
Smirnoff
Stolichnaya (+ 8 Flavored)
Stolichnaya Cristal
Tanqueray Sterling
Grey Goose
Belvedere
Chopin
Mezzuluna
Finlandia
Skyy
Gin
Beefeaters
Bombay
Bombay Sapphire
Tanqueray
Tanqueray Malaca
Boodles
Rum
Bacardi Light
Bacardi 151
Bacardi Limon
Bacardi Spice
Myers Dark Rum
Mount Gay
C.J. Wray
Stubbs
Tequila
Jose Cuervo Blanco
Jose Cuervo Gold
Jose Cuervo 1800
Herradura Blanco
Herradura Gold
Sauza
Sauza Commerotivo
Sauza Tres Generations
Sauza Hornitos
Patron Silver
Patron Gold
Portifidio
Don Julio
Lapis
Brandy
Christian Brothers
Five Star
El Presidente
Coronet
Hiram Walker
Cognac
Courvosier
Hennessey
Martell (VSOP)
Remy Martin (VSOP, XO)
Martell Cordon Bleu
Remy Martin Louis XIII
Cordials/Liquers
Amaretto
Anis/Annisette
B&B (Benedictine & Brandy)
Bailey's Irish Cream
Blue Curacao
Campari
Carolans
Chambord
Cinnamon Schnapps
Creme de Almond (Creme de Nayaux)
Creme de Bananas
Creme de Cacao (White and Dark)
Creme de Cassis
Creme de Menthe (White and Green)
Cointreau
Drambuie
Emmets
Frangelico
Grand Marnier
Galliano
Goldschlager
Irish Mist
Jaegermeister
Kahlua
Kamora
Malibu
Midori
O'Darby's
Ouzo
Peppermint Schnapps
Peach Schnapps
Rumpleminz
Razzmatazz
Sambuca
Sloe Gin
Southern Comfort
Tia Maria
Triple Sec
Tuaca
Red Wine glass
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Whiskey Sour 5 oz. glass
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Champagne 5 oz. glass
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Cocktail 3 oz. glass
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Cocktail glass
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Wine glass
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Tulip Champagne glass
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Sherry 2 oz. glass
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Brandy 6 oz. glass
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Cordial 2 oz. glass
Pony 1 oz. glass is smaller and has a fluted top
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Collins 12 oz. glass
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Irish Coffee glass
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Hi-Ball 7 oz. glass
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Rocks glass
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Rocks glass II
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Footed Rocks glass
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Pilsner 10 oz. glass
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Hurricane 16 oz. glass
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Beer Mug 10 oz. glass
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Double Shot 2 oz.
Single Shot 1 oz.
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