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Art Of Mixing
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As an inexhaustible source of creation, the cocktail broke through all boundaries from 1988 onwards and became a sight to behold. Now firmly entrenched in society, the art of blending liquids is constantly reinventing itself, and can be enjoyed wherever you are in the world. With all its media attention, the cocktail has reached an unparalleled level of popularity.
Art Of Mixing
With the discovery of new ingredients and more sophisticated liquors, the bartenders’ universe became a profession in its own right. With creativity and know-how as guiding lights, the emergence of professional organizations added kudos to a trend that was evolving into an art form. The use of the cocktail had become more accessible, reaching the four corners of the world, where professionals and amateurs sought out unique drinks.
At the start of the 20th century, right in the middle of prohibition, America was actually reinventing the future of the cocktail. As a perfect way of getting around prohibition laws, the art of blending became more widespread, and even concealed the taste of alcohol, which was banned by authorities at the time. With its added fruit juice, the cocktail became a drink of the alternative culture, a secret circle that lived outside the law.
The cocktail really took off right in the middle of the 18th century. This was a century which invented the art of blending liquids with, it was claimed, complex properties which had the ability to heal many diseases. Starting with the much-lauded curative benefit of the cocktail, let's take a look back at some dates and anecdotes about the origin of the name which has now become a phenomenon and a form of art de vivre.