One trend in craftsmanship cocktails is to have large ice cubes, some with interesting shapes.
For instance, you’ve likely seen big round ice cubes in a lowball glass, and some would tell you that this creates the perfect booze experience. Due to the density of the ice ball, it melts more slowly and thus doesn’t water down any expensive alcohol in the glass.
But likewise, it only looks cool, and “theres only” a matter of time until these lord bartenders started branching out into even more shapes.
He takes a razor sharp bayonet to a block of ice to begin carving it into the desired shape.
It necessitates precision and careful knife job, so you probably shouldn’t try this at home, but it’s so satisfying to watch.
What does he build in the end? Well, you’ll have to watch to find out.
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