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Tommy
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 28, 2004 2:08 pm
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At the bar I work we use plastic pourers. Whem I'm flairing and the bottle spins I always spill liquer. The liquer comes out the pourer.
I'm wondering if anybody else had this problem and what to do about it. Now I only flair with bottles that are olmost empty because then the liqeur stays at the bodem of the bottle.
Does anybody have tips for me??

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Tommy
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 14, 2004 3:39 pm
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i have that problem as well i am hopeing it goes into that more on scotts libary collection (i am saveing up for it ) but i have found that a little more on the arch instead of on the spin will help a little but sometimes it is in the speed of the rotation try a little of both that is whats seamed to help me good luck i hope this helps
But then again this is a tip from a rookie have fun
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 27, 2004 9:13 pm
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Hi,dude.My name is Piero,and I'm a bartender as weel.I know exactly the feeling of spilling liquor to peopleīs face,it really sucks.The best u can do is to flair only with 1/1.5 oz inside the bottle.Try to use long bottles(like Moninīs) and use moves that,in case of spilling,it will do to your both sides,not to your front.Those are my tips.Take it easy
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