$236.00 No Taxes

     Bartenders' Manual included

               Special ends March 31st

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2159 Danforth Ave Toronto,On M4C 1K2
  *Formerly of 744 Broadview Avenue

Call: 416.466.7847 (STIR)
Email: info@bartendingontario.com

 

 

Loading...
left
pause play

Mixologist vs Bartender

mix·ol·o·gist  : is a person who is skilled at mixing cocktails and other drinks.  
  Vs               
bar·tend·er :  is a person who mixes and serves drinks at a bar.
 

 

In the words of esteemed bartender Jim Meehan of the New York bar PDT:

“A mixologist serves drinks; a bartender serves people–many of my favorite bartenders
can’t make a good drink, while some of the best mixologists can’t carry on a conversation.” 

Either way you call it a Bartender/Mixologist needs to have a good memory.

Have knowledge of all Alcohols, on top of learning the numerous cocktail recipes.

Remember the names of customers. Knowing your tools and how they work with each other.      

The act of making a drink is more like science and math.

You're adding components in an exact formula,
so if you do it the right way, you should know that it's going to taste good.

Bartending Certificate Classes  - Register today and save .
Complete in 2 -4 weeks

Smart Serve Certificate Class - 3 1/2 - 4 hours
Wine Certificate of Merit Program - Self Study

Group Workshops

 The Best Job in the World

Bartending is a constant work-in-progress, as Clients palates change with new drinking trends.
Bartenders of today have to have a strong grasp of bar basics, terminology, standard recipes to garnishing and
be able to adapt to the ever changing business.
Bartending is a social interactive job where
you are always on stage.

 

Check out the rest of our website

Events & Workshops