swizzle stick


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swizzle stick

A small, thin rod used to stir (especially mixed alcoholic) drinks. The bar has these custom-made swizzle sticks that look very cool in your cocktail. Tom's got an extraordinary collection of swizzle sticks from bars around the world!
See also: stick, swizzle

swizzle-stick

n. a drunkard. (From the name of a short stick used to stir an alcoholic drink.) That guy is a swizzle-stick. Don’t give him any more.
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She said, "The Swizzle Stick has been developed over the last two years with government laboratories and the Department of Trade and Industry.
Some bars, such as the Swizzle Stick, require the use of jiggers, "not just to control shrinkage, but for consistency's sake," says Brow.
The Swizzle Stick Bar goes through about 30 pounds of block ice a day; approximately 20 percent is lost to evaporation and melting during the summer months.
While I didn't book such a dinner, I did have the pleasure of occupying a bar stool at the Swizzle Stick for some time on Saturday evening.
Also a molecular mixologist, Blais consults to the innovations team at Diageo, creating nitrogen-frozen Champagne and frozen vermouth swizzle sticks the likes of which are now served at places such as the Below Zero Nitro Bar at Barton G.
And Liza Tarbuck looks like she's been having a whale of a time as Helen - the kind of woman who'd eat an entire chocolate cake in one sitting and then use Gillian McKeith as a swizzle stick to stir her cocktail.
Cafe Adelaide and The Swizzle Stick Bar introduced the nation's first bar chef table in early October.
NEW YORK-The New York Home Textiles market week was the occasion for more cocktail parties than a weary buyer or supplier could shake a swizzle stick at.
Add ice; garnish with lemon and red chili on a swizzle stick. Serves 2.
Garnish with orange zest and a fancy swizzle stick.
The Swizzle Stick can turn a straight coffee into a frothy cappuccino in seconds - and it only costs pounds 6.99.
To make each serving, place 1 onion swizzle stick in a champagne flute or wine glass (6- to 8-oz.
At Adelaide's Swizzle Stick, a new New Orleans operation in the Loews New Orleans Hotel directed by the Commander's Palace Family of Restaurants, the summer menu is filled with such drinks as the Adelaide Swizzle, made with New Orleans Amber Rum, lime juice, bitters, soda and a secret ingredient; and the Belladonna, made with Charbay Blood Orange Vodka, orange cordial, sour mix, lime juice and cranberry juice.
And Kahunaville's frozen margaritas sport not one, not two but three different garnishes: a gummy worm in the bottom of the drink, a sidecar (a shotglass that hangs off the rim of the Margarita glass and contains a shot of a Dekuyper liqueur, the flavor depending on the flavor of the margarita) and an edible swizzle stick made of raw sugar cane.