CocktailsMaking Life Easier for Every Superyacht Stewardess
As a super yacht stewardess, occasionally you will encounter a situation in which you do not have a particular spirit or you run out of the necessary ingredients that are required for a cocktail.
Here are some guidelines for acceptable substitution of ingredients:
Spirits Glossary.A glossary is simply an alphabetical list of words relating to a specific subject, text, or dialect, with explanations. As a super yacht stewardess you will be required to know a great deal of jargon related to spirits, liqueurs, wines and beers.
Oh the humble MARGARITA, how I love thee!!! You are the perfect blend of sweet, sour, bitter and salty. Mexico can lay claim to this famous cocktail that was invented around 1943.
New Years Eve Party Ideas.I hope everyone had a wonderful and restful Christmas where ever you are in the world, warm or cold.
Now it’s time to turn our attention to that one event of the year where it is ok to let your hair down, contemplate the past year and make new and exciting plans for the year to come.
Christmas Cocktail & Mocktails Ideas.Blend, shake, stir and infuse your favourite ingredients into creating the perfect cocktail, where there is no right or wrong, you are only limited by your imagination.
Great Cocktail Party Ideas. Take the stress out of hosting a themed party by following these easy steps.
Hollywood and James bond come to mind when I think of this cocktail.A classic cocktail created by Martini de Anna de Toggia. This is the original Martini cocktail.
Vodka: One of the world’s favourite spirits. It is a distilled beverage traditionally used for medicinal purposes in Eastern Europe. It is composed of water and ethanol, with traces of impurities and flavourings. It was rarely consumed outside Europe before the 1950s....
Mojito Recipe. Traditionally, a mojito consists of five ingredients: white rum, sugar, lime juice, sparkling water and mint.
The Stewardess Bible | Cocktails- Module Two
Do you work on a superyacht, run your own boutique hotel or are you just planning a cocktail party?
“Cocktails” is the only reference book you will ever need when setting up your bar.
This book contains over 150 cocktail recipes with many colour photographs.
In addition to this it is a comprehensive guide for everything from the classic cocktail, such as Singapore Sling, to more unusual drinks such as Trixie Dixie.
The Stewardess Bibles, second module, doesn’t stop there.
For your guests that do not drink alcohol, there is a chapter included in this book on non-alcoholic cocktails such as:
- ‘Jersey Lilly’ and the
- ‘Sober Sunday
so they will no longer feel left out with their boring coca-cola or sparkling water.
It is a perfect addition to any bar.
There is an extensive introduction that includes:
- A history of cocktails
- A measure and conversion guide for our international yachts
- Bar equipment and helpful hints and tips on preparing and decorating cocktails
- As well as some interesting historical facts about the origins and names of cocktails.
Finally, as an invaluable time saving bonus, Kylie has included her spirits inventory list that you can adapt to your individual needs.
So no more wasting time messing about with excel spreadsheets. It’s done for you!
The Stewardess Bible has created a well-crafted cocktail book.
The result? An exciting and well-presented cocktail book with an amicable blend of information.
Perfect for impressing super stars, hotel guests and family/friends alike.