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WTF Mists and Elixirs: Craft Mocktails with Enhanced Aromatics
Guest master mixologist Aaron Wisniewski of Alice & The Magician joins Janie in the test kitchen for a special mocktail-focused episode. Mocktails and craft, non-alcoholic beverages are growing exponentially in popularity, but how do you keep it from tasting like a plain Jane fruit juice? Learn all about the impact of aroma on taste and how to maximize orthonosal and retronasal olfaction as part of your recipe. Aaron and Janie show you four new recipes for mocktails that are complex in flavor, enhanced with Alice & The Magician’s beverage mists and elixirs… on this week’s WTF.
Sicilian Lemon Aromatic Spray
English Cucumber Aromatic Spray
Baking Spice Elixir
Chocolate Cake Aromatic Spray
Thai Herb Elixir
Pint Whipping Siphon
Co2 Soda Charge
Sparkling Cucumber Lemonade
Chocolate Citrus Coffee
Blackberry Iced Tea
References and Other Links you Might Like!
WTF – Non-Alcoholic Cocktails
WTF – Acacia Gum
WTF – Whipping Siphon
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October 7, 2021 5:18 pm
I would love to have a cocktail using passionfruit that also uses these products. I’d also like to know if one can use a Co2 infuser, like SodaStream, instead of the siphon, which is pretty expensive to operate.
October 7, 2021 5:21 pm
As with many people, I am not supposed to drink grapefruit juice. How can I create the impression of grapefruit without actually eating or drinking grapefruit products?
October 7, 2021 5:28 pm
Tomatoes in my area are not very flavorful. Can I use your Elixir to enhance the tomato flavor in tomato-based dishes, like gazpacho or tomato sauce or tomato-garlic pie?