Morganthaler Does It Again

Jeffrey Morganthaler breaks out his incomparable Fisk Bat on the American Bartending School once again.

This on’es been being smacked around for a while, of course, but Jeff hits on at least one item I missed before:

6. Add ice and top with one ounce of “cachaça”, which is suspiciously identical to the simple syrup bottle.

I love this guy. Don’t you? Don’t forget to visit Jeff’s site and read the complete takedown.

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  • I think I had one of those Capreenas martinis at TGI Fridays last night. The bartender Joey could juggle bottles really well. We all applauded him for his talent. Someone asked for one of these Capreenas and we were lucky that Joey had just learnt it well from a video. They didn’t have any fresh limes, so he used some Green Sour Pucker instead. I don’t know anything about that fancy-smancy Kachaaka stuff – why not use real honest-to-goodness AMERICAN booze, like Smirnoff? Anyways, no one liked the Capreenas, I guess you have to be Brazilian to like it. We ended up dumping ours in a potted plastic plant. We’ll stick to our Bud Lite.

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