Leading mixologists like Malta’s own James Aquilina, together with their highly trained staff, produce staggeringly eye-catching and mouthwatering cocktails. The craft of mixology, or cocktails, has had a varied history. Some trends come and go but the essential crafting of different beverages adding spice, colour and zing to the finished product has remained a top attraction for a long number of years.
Crafting cocktails is an art best left in the hands of experts, although with the proliferation of the blender making a good cocktail at home is now also possible. At events like weddings, parties and launches, the mixologists require mastery of the cocktail craft. Mixologists who know how to craft cocktails have to present a whole array of cocktails in a short time. This is where training of staff who handle the cocktails comes in and where the experience of the mixologists keeps things running smoothly in the drinks division.
Leading mixologists like Malta’s own James Aquilina, together with their highly trained staff, produce staggeringly eye-catching and mouthwatering cocktails. The great secret behind the world of mixology is adding ingredients and colour to make it all more attractive and the event more enjoyable. Simple, unmixed drinks are good. But good mixologist will go way beyond just a drink with ice. They will craft something that you will talk about for a long time to come.