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Dec 15, 2009 1 min read

Molecular Mixology 101

Molecular Mixology 101
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Cool new bar class is coming up through the Beverage Academy at Bourbon & Branch, taught by Douglas Williams of Liquid Alchemy. Nope, you won’t be making Manhattans in this class: it’s all about molecular mixology for use in both a home and bar environment, covering foams such as traditional cocktail foam, airs, and bubbles. You’ll also get to learn about spherification, and how to make those awesome little caviar-like pearls of flavor. And the best part: you’ll get to learn a few varieties of cocktails with liquid nitrogen. FYI, Molecular Mixology 102 will be offered in January 2010, covering more liquid nitrogen, infused candy floss, smoke guns, and an assortment of gels for edible cocktail bites. (Image from Liquid Alchemy).

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           Tuesday Dec 15, 2009            

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