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  • 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!!!