Behind the Bar: Shaken or Stirred

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  • MixnSip posted 6 years ago

    Even the British Medical Journal got in on this debate, saying a shaken martini may be a little healthier because of its increased antioxidant properties. 'Course, if you have to worry about that you probably shouldn't drink. I'm of the school that you do what you, and your guests, like best.

  • Atticus posted 7 years ago

    I was taught to stir clear ingredients and shake cloudy ingredients. For instance apple cider, a juice, should be stirred. According to the rule in this article it should be shaken. I think I like my rule of thumb better.

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