from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The study or skill of preparing mixed drinks.
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- n. The art of combining various ingredients to make cocktails.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. skill in preparing mixed drinks
Say what you will about the pretentiousness of the term mixology and the feisty little world it tends to circumscribe, but any geek should appreciate the nerdiness that goes into a drink like the Waylon.
"I always wanted it to be a cocktail bar but I hate the word 'mixology' – I find it beyond tacky," says Hix.
Apple Brandy (and an essential stop for anyone with even a passing interest in mixology).
Contribution to mixology is a drink called the "Flaming Moe."
We had couple of drinks while getting a tutorial in mixology from our bartender Robert, both our bartenders there were impeccable and the most knowledgeable I’ve seen.
"Like any revolution, it goes a bit overboard sometimes," said Michael McCarty , the restaurateur and the Michael behind Michael's, referring to mixology.
I'm not an expert but I do have a degree in "mixology" from Bartenders' Academy.
The barkeeps, though moody, were always interesting people, hand picked by the owner for compatibility rather than "mixology"; indeed, they flatly refused any assignment more taxing than a martini, which drove away suburbanites and the trendy.
You know that guy at every party who claims to have a degree in "mixology" while turning out the foulest concoctions ever, trying to impress the ladies?
What we want to do is take hand-crafted ingredients and have our cooks use them to develop a mixology station that is just at a different level.
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