Friday, April 22, 2011

Watch Rare Bartending Skills on Video and Some Healthy Liquor Uses

Bartending skills have been reinvented many times over thrilling an awed audience often.

If you are 21 years of age but do not drink, and you just want to be entertained, this one is for you.

[Watch on our related link sent via email on Video taped bartending skills on 'Nice Bar'  - thanks to my friend Mike Bird for sharing this fantastic video]

One friendly reminder though, "don't do this at home and you have to be within legal age, 21 and above, to be allowed to drink alcoholic beverages; and please, avoid drinking if you are driving" to better enjoy this beautiful God given life with friends and family.

One healthy favorite in bars is red wine known to be packed with antioxidants.  It helps dilate the blood on top of lowering down cholesterol level.

Remember, everything should be done in moderation and with discipline as the body is considered sacred, made in the image and likeness of God.

[Read on our related post on Health regarding red wine - "About Eating Fruits, Heart Attack and Stroke Signs and Avoiding Cancer"]

If you wish to make a career as a bartender, check out on this link on "How to Get Started with your Bartending Certification" with the American Bartending Association and get a free bartending training dvd.

A couple more interesting liquor findings on the web which you may find interesting include mixing Vodka with two other ingredients to help grow hair on a balding scalp ( and gin-soaked raisins as cure for arthritis on

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1 comment:

  1. While beer may sometimes cause chest pains to some people with its wheat ingredient, red wine can become an effective remedy as it dilates the blood and prevents blood clot which is the main cause of heart attack and stroke. I've been using it daily, in moderation of course, and it has helped keep me healthy.


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