Cocktail garnish

Elevate your cocktails with these creative garnish ideas. Discover unique and visually appealing ways to add a finishing touch to your favorite drinks.
Ingredients: High temperature cooking oil (I use refined organic coconut) 10g (about 1 heaping tbsp) All purpose flour 5g (about 1 heaping tsp) sugar 70g water 20g beet juice or other liquid to add color (beet juice adds color but not much flavor) Garnishing Ideas, Drink Garnishing, Barkeep, Garnishing, Cocktail Photography, Cocktail Garnish, Food Garnishes, Bartenders, Cocktail Drinks Recipes

A while back I posted a cocktail featuring a bright red coral tuile cookie garnish, and since then I’ve had a ton of people reach out and ask what the garnish was and how I made it. After much trial and error and practicing my technique, I’ve finally finished this tutorial on these tricky cookies and I think I’ve solved the mystery to making perfectly cooked coral tuiles every time.

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Photographing cold drinks like cocktails can be challenging. There are reflections, melting ice, and condensation to deal with, not to mention unforeseen lighting issues and wilting garnishes. Fortunately, once you understand how to light them and have a few pro tricks up your sleeve, you’ll be able to instantly improve your drink photos!

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Pedro Henrique