GELLIFIED PIÑA COLADA

GELLIFIED PIÑA COLADA

Jellification is a technique in molecular cuisine that is also used in molecular cocktail making. It is a process to thicken and stabilize liquids, to achieve a gelatinous texture.   ♦️WHERE DOES GELATIN COME FROM? “Fish tail” gelatin (grouper, anglerfish, sturgeon). 80% of European gelatin comes from pork skin, 15% comes from bovine skin, and […]

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Spherification Technique for cocktail making and gastronomy

Spherification Technique for cocktail making and gastronomy

Spherification is a culinary technique that is used to encapsulate a liquid or cream in a thin membrane with a gelatinous texture. The sphere can be used to contain wines, vinegars, creams, etc. and of course, fruit purées!. If the spheres are small, they are normally called caviar, fake caviar or pearls  Spherification is a reaction that is […]

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Differences between a cocktail shaker and a mixing glass

Differences between a cocktail shaker and a mixing glass

Differences between a cocktail shaker and a mixing glass:❄️🥶.  Both share the same mission in cocktail making, they are used to cool Here are some more characteristics…  🌪️Cocktail shaker: ◽It has two parts: a metal cup and a tight-fitting lid ◽It is used to shake/whisk the ingredients of an ideal cocktail for those which require […]

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3 ways of making cocktails smoky

3 ways of making cocktails smoky

Be inspired and add a touch of smoke to your cocktails! 🍸🔥 Discover new flavour dimensions and surprise your senses! 💨🥃 . These are some added values you can bring to your Cocktails with a simple touch of smoke:   Evocative Aroma:  Smoke adds captivating and complex aromas that elevate the sensory experience of the cocktail. […]

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Escape from the ordinary Mojito and add creativity to your creations

Escape from the ordinary Mojito and add creativity to your creations

🔥Triumph with these 🌿Mojitos wherever you are!. 4️⃣ recipes, 1️⃣ of which is alcohol-free (amazing!). Any self-respecting good Mojito maker has to try them all…   🍹🥭🍍MANGO AND PINEAPPLE MOJITO 2 oz of Mulata white rum 1 oz  of @sanzcocktails Purefruit mango purée 1 oz of fresh lime juice 3/4 oz of @sanzcocktails pineapple syrup 7/8 mint […]

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How to taste a cocktail. Learn to unlock flavours.

How to taste a cocktail. Learn to unlock flavours.

This is how we taste. The 10,000 taste buds on the tongue have the ability to detect stimuli or flavours.    Sweet  Salty  Bitter  Sour  Umami  The liquid or food that you put into your mouth dissolves in your saliva, which makes it penetrate into the taste buds through the pores of the tongue. There, the […]

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Create a clarified cocktail and impress your guests

Create a clarified cocktail and impress your guests

Create a clarified cocktail and impress your guests. Strawberry & Tomato Gimlet. Another of the cocktails chosen for the press tasting presentation of the new Sanz Purefruit ❤️‍‍. Here is the recipe so you can try to make it:   STRAWBERRY & TOMATO GIMLET ▫️20 ml Fino sherry ▫️30 ml Krolowa vodka redistilled with juniper and fresh […]

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How to make Quetzal. Non-alcoholic cocktail recipe

How to make Quetzal. Non-alcoholic cocktail recipe

How to make Quetzal. Non-alcoholic cocktail recipe. How good is it to be able to have a non-alcoholic cocktail and be able to enjoy it, and how amazing is it to see how such TOP recipes are created and how even the finest details are taken care of, from the ingredients to the appearance. This […]

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Press presentation of Sanz Purefruit

Press presentation of Sanz Purefruit

Presentation of our Purefruit for cocktail making, gastronomy and hospitality press in general We tasted and mixed them and tested their complete versatility with the assistance of Luis Inchaurraga An event carried out with a small group with a large influence on the world of communication in the hospitality sector at which we were able to enjoy the complete range of Sanz […]

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Try our version of the classic Irish Coffee

Try our version of the classic Irish Coffee

Try our version of the classic Irish Coffee; Orchard Coffee Cocktail. Did you know how the Irish Coffee was invented? In 1942 passengers on a flight were arriving at Shannon, an airport in the southwest of Ireland, they were frozen to the bone and in the restaurant there, the  chef Joe Sheridan got them  warmed up with a hot coffee […]

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