oLN Word search Number 12

12 January, 2007

Bar flaring, made famous by Tom Cruise in the film Cocktail, is the name given to the flashy juggling of bottles and glasses while making and mixing cocktails. Bartenders rely on a massive range of equipment to shake, rattle and roll their way to a perfe

ct cocktail. Hidden in the grid below are just some of their tools of the trade ... although quite what an ashtray is doing in the list is anyone's guess. The remaining letters when unscrambled will reveal another piece of equipment that bartenders use.

M S H T O L C I R T C E L E B

E I A D O S N O H P I S S O L

A T X J C S H A R P C R T P E

S R H I K A H A G S E T B E N

U A T G N L S R K R L C A N D

R Y E G I G A C U E O I R E E

I L K E F T I O O R R N L R R

N I C R E P P P K S A G D S E

G A U R P E E S L P N R T R N

C T B O L N C E K I A A L A I

U K O T E R W I T O M E C B A

P C T R E O N T B O T T L E R

S O R W T S U S E A L E R S T

B C J U I C E R E Z E E U Q S

Corkscrew

Soda Siphon

Scoop

Juice Squeezer

Bottle Opener

Cloths

Can Opener

Cutting Board

Bar Towels

Bottle Sealers

Cocktail Shaker

Electric Blender

Grater

Ice Bucket

Napkins

Bar Mats

Measuring Cups

Mixing Glass

Sharp Knife

Strainer

Picks

Ashtray

Bottle Pourers

Jigger




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