Definition of mixology
: the art or skill of preparing mixed drinks
mixologistplay \-jist\ noun
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Ultimate Miami Ultimate Miami, now in its sixth season, showcases South Florida’s rising stars in entertainment, arts and mixology.
Spiked with prosecco, the soda also resurfaces on a cocktail menu designed by Ali Reynolds, a star of the city’s mixology scene.
Berlin doesn’t get as much press as other havens of modern mixology like New York, San Francisco and London, but several of its most prominent bars are as old or older than their counterparts in those cities.
The Goodspeed has been doing such dramaturgical mixology for decades.
The mixology event will have a variety of cocktails for sampling for anyone who is 21 and over and is looking to celebrate with mom.
The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Lopez recommends calling ahead for the mixology event on Tuesday.
Baltra is an intimate cocktail bar from the owners of La Licorería Limantour, a bar that kick-started the mixology craze in the city.
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