Hey Bartender: Rocco Milano Makes an Amaretto Stone Sour by Andrew Chalk Posted in Cocktails, Drinking. Jun 28, 2012 at 9:00 am 9 comments Mixologist Rocco Milano at Private Social demonstrates how to make an Amaretto Stone Sour. Rocco is one of 10 mixologists representing Dallas at Tales of The Cocktail in New Orleans next month. Next Post Previous Post Read This Next Tales of the Cocktail Will Feature 10 Dallas Bartenders Chalk Talk: Report from San Antonio Cocktail Conference 2012 Does The Mixer Matter? Susan K You mean “bartender,” not “mixologist,” right? Only wussies say the latter. Andrew Chalk Susan K: No. I mean mixologist. That is why I said it. Susan K Headline says, “Bartender,” wuss. Kevin The man’s name is Rocco. Not Rocky. TheLuckyOne Rocco is a genius! I suppose there is a difference between a Mixologist and a Bartender but in this case, Rocco is brilliant in both titles! One of my favorite things he did was making Campari Dust – how do you think of somthin like that? Go Rocco! higher education Hello amateur hour kat @TheLuckyOne…umm, I’m pretty sure Rocco didn’t invent Campari dust. Mick Formosa and Ben Walsh should be credited. http://www.alcademics.com/2011/08/an-oral-history-of-liqueur-dust.html OldDallasNative Or Grand Marnier Dust…. or even crystals from dehydrated mineral water and reconstitute it at a later date. Anyone with an inkling o f science would know how to dehydrate a spirit into a dust or a crystal… Please…Just grow up and move on!!! OldDallasNative or even crystals from dehydrated mineral water and reconstitute it at a later date. Anyone with an inkling o f science would know how to dehydrate a spirit into a dust or a crystal… Please…Just grow up and move on!!!