As he bartender As the bartender they are specialized professionals endowed with great skills and knowledge that go far beyond simply serving drinks behind the bar. The best are highly valued, but sometimes also face customeryes, let’s say, picky eaterwho question not only the quality of the team, but especially its “strength”.
Tired of dealing with this type of clientele, who often does not value the work behind the elaboration and complexity of a good cocktail, the popular bartender @ soberbartender19 of TikTok has shared the trick that he usually applies in these cases.
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The brief video, in which we see the author teaching an apprentice of the trade the secrets of it, shows us how, instead of repeating the drink, he simply takes a bottle of liquor and pour a splash directly onto the straw that already has the glass, to soak it well and leave the feeling of ingesting more alcohol when drinking through it.
Teaching the rookie how to deal with “its not strong enough”, says the legend of the video, which has already exceeded five million views. This teaching about how to deal with the typical comment that the drink is “weak” (or not strong or charged enough) has generated comments of all kinds in the reactions, both surprise and support as well as indignation.
have not missed the protests due to the fact that the bartender touches the straw, but you have to trust that a professional maintains basic hygiene and food safety standards in his job. The idea of the video, after all, is just to share a trick that other cocktail professionals will probably apply on more than one occasion, since some clients should not be easy to deal with according to what contexts.
This could open an old melon in the hospitality industry: is the customer always right, or should respect professionalism of the chef and bartender/barman? The debate can last for a long time.
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