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Flavor Pairings in Cocktails

Discover the fundamental theories, tools and techniques needed to create perfect cocktails with delicious and surprising flavor pairings.

Understand fundamental cocktail techniques and create delicious flavor pairings

In this course, award winning bartender, Hardeep Singh Reehal, will share the fundamental techniques needed to create shaken, stirred and built cocktails with delicious flavor pairings.

According to Hardeep, ‘everything has flavor, and as bartenders we have the potential to extract that flavor and make it into a delicious cocktail’. He will show us how to work with a range of cocktail modifiers, including citrus, vinegars, syrups, cordials and shrubs.

Hardeep will dip into his Indian heritage, showing how to work with spices to create a daiquiri style chai flavored cocktail, and how to create cocktails using exciting new ingredients, such as eucalyptus.

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Course curriculum

Course Content

Chapter 1 - Course presentation and recipe book
Chapter 2 - The Sweet and Sour Balance
Chapter 3 - Cocktail Modifiers
Chapter 4 - Tools and tips for creating cocktails
Chapter 5 - Shaken cocktail: Eucalyptus breeze
Chapter 6 - Shaken cocktail: Chai Daiquiri
Chapter 7 - Shaken cocktail: Ruby Rose Sour
Chapter 8 - Stirred cocktail: Strawberry Lowball
Chapter 9 - Stirred cocktail: Musa Manhattan
Chapter 10 - Stirred cocktail: Three Citrus Gimlet
Chapter 11 - Stirred cocktail: Virgin
Chapter 12 - Built cocktail: Aztec Highball
Chapter 13 - Built cocktail: Teatime Spritz
Chapter 14 - Built cocktail: Chamomile Cooler
Farewell

What you'll learn

Know the tools, techniques and modifiers needed to create delicious shaken, stirred and built cocktails

In this course, Hardeep Singh Reehal will explain the difference between shaken, stirred and built cocktails and the tools needed to prepare them. He will show how to construct a cocktail within the sour category, and how it can be used as a template for an infinite number of cocktails, before sharing various sweet and sour modifiers and explaining their use.

Hardeep will also delve into color theory and its application within cocktail design, showing you how you can use it to pair interesting contrast flavors. Finally he will demonstrate how to prepare various shaken, stirred and built cocktails using the above mentioned techniques.

Who is it for?

This course is intended for bartending professionals and cocktails enthusiasts, who are either starting their cocktail journey, or would like to build upon their existing knowledge.

What you’ll need

  • Shaker
  • Fine strainer
  • Julep strainer
  • Hawthorne strainer
  • Jiggers
  • Bar spoon
  • Muddler
  • Y peeler
  • Mixing glass
  • Jars with lids
  • Glasses
  • Hand blender
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Really interesting curse
Jeremy Kienle

I enjoy it a lot ! There is a lot of knowledge to acquire to this curse. I just didn't understand why the teacher don't always tell us about the volume he pout one his shrub or cordial. For example the Camomille shrub, he just put the vinegar but don't tell us the amount of volume. It's a lille bit confusing if you want to recreate this Incredible cocktail.

Fun Class!
Dana Bunn

I enjoyed it so much!!

Aromatherapy
Khaled Abdullah

Love Technic and Professional Methods Thanks

ABSOLUTELY AMAZING
Marco Fiore

it is a great course for whoever wants to start to make a carer in the cocktails industry

An award winning bartender, co-owner of ‘Blume’ cocktail bar and nightclub in Copenhagen, and owner of R&D company ‘Cocktail Solutions’.

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What's included?

  • 2 h 15 min of HD video
  • 10 Recipes
  • 35 Lessons
  • Recipe book
  • 13 Quizzes
  • Certificate
  • Español, English
  • English, Español, Italiano, Français, Deutsch, PortuguĂȘs
Difficulty
  • Medium

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Marco Fiore
Posted 1 week ago
ABSOLUTELY AMAZING

it is a great course for whoever wants to start to make a carer in the cocktails industry

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Fabritzio Candiani
Posted 2 weeks ago
needs work

it's not very interactive and the first few videos were quite pointless.. the receipt book to make this as seem as a course it's a piss take .. they're just recipes it should have some tutorial on how to prepare the syrups and the cocktails but i do like the instructor but i definitely don't care what his favorite movies are.. Overall so far not great but not bad

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Xu Xu
Posted 2 weeks ago
This is a beginners course

I expected much more than just food pairing with color. Or spending so much time on sour. It can be nice for at home bartenders, but for people who want to actually learn flavour pairing logic, this course can't help you.

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Jeremy Kienle
Posted 2 months ago
Really interesting curse

I enjoy it a lot ! There is a lot of knowledge to acquire to this curse. I just didn't understand why the teacher don't always tell us about the volume he pout one his shrub or cordial. For example the Camomille shrub, he just put the vinegar but don't tell us the amount of volume. It's a lille bit confusing if you want to recreate this Incredible cocktail.

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Khaled Abdullah
Posted 4 months ago
Aromatherapy

Love Technic and Professional Methods Thanks

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Dana Bunn
Posted 5 months ago
Fun Class!

I enjoyed it so much!!

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Mathieu Pietquin
Posted 6 months ago
Very interesting approach

I bought this course to prepare better syrups and other sugary ingredients but I was surprised by the way the instructor find the way the mix and create flavor (without spoiling off course), very interesting.

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