On The Subject of Salt
Since our very beginnings, human civilization has been inextricably connected to salt. Beyond flavoring our food, salt has been the cornerstone of economies, prompted wars, inspired exploration, and connected cultures. Salt is as varied, nuanced, and complex as the places it comes from and offers an immense possibility for cocktail innovation. In this seminar we will nerd out hard on the history, variety, and uses for salt in cocktails and beverages.
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