Bar Essentials | Basics with Babish

Hey guys, welcome back to Basics with Babish – where this week, we’re delving into the always well-stocked bar behind me. We’ll take a look at some five o’clock essentials that will help you make a host of different cocktails for your weary co-workers and your spouse’s friends. Let’s get down to basics. Basics with Babish and the all-new are brought to you by Squarespace. Head there now to checkout recipes from the show, kitchen equipment lists, my personal blog posts, and more. Get 10% off your first Squarespace order with offer code “Babish”.
Whether you need a domain, website, or online store, make your next move with Squarespace. Alright guys, before we delve into cocktail essentials, we need to delve into some essential cocktail tools. Let’s start with a muddler, essential for everything from muddling herbs to muddling fruit. Then a jigger, essential for measuring; some Angostura bitters – comes in handy with a great many cocktails; and then the components of a cocktail shaker. Here, we’ve got a large stainless-steel tumbler with which we can mate a rubber-rimmed pint glass, or we can take another smaller tumbler, and, giving that a quick pound with the heel of our hand, seal the two together for a good shaking, and then when it’s time to retrieve the fruits of our labor, simply cock the smaller tumbler forward and pour into your desired vessel – possibly through a strainer like this which keeps any fruit pieces or other detritus from ending up in your glass. Then, it’s always handy to have a few squeeze bottles around for simple syrups and you want to have a combination lemon zester and channel knife like this for different types of garnishes and then a long cocktail stirring spoon is essential for both looking fancy and stirring some of those taller cocktails. And you probably already got a vegetable peeler, but it comes in handy in the bar. So that’s all the absolute essentials that you’re going to need now. What do you say we tie one on? Let’s start with a gin and tonic. Into an old-fashioned glass, we’re pouring two ounces of good gin, squeezing the juice of half a lime, and topping up with some tonic water. Everyone’s aunts favorite cocktail really is that simple. Garnish with a lime wedge, if desired, and serve. This is a very simple starting point, so measure and taste until it resembles that cocktail you’ve ordered on every nervous first date you’ve ever been on. Next up, we’re moving to slightly more delicious territory: the Moscow Mule. We’re going to need the juice of half a lime and four ounces of vodka – traditionally Smirnoff (not sponsored, just sayin’). Add to an ice cube inside of a copper mug and then get ready for– get ready to add a little bit of, um– Oh shoot, we need the tool that I left out from the beginning: the waiter’s friend. Now we can top this guy up with ginger beer and add a squeeze of lime. You’ll notice that I’m measuring alcohol, but not mixers, because this is going to come down to your taste. This is about how much booze you want in there – you can go ahead and adjust accordingly. Here comes that long spoon, looking pretty cool, and serve one of these guys up on a summer day to the delight of your friends and family. Speaking of summer cocktails, how about one of my favorites, the Negroni? With this guy, we’re talking equal parts; that is, one ounce each – of sweet vermouth, good gin, and Campari, which is a bitter Italian liqueur. Like most classic cocktails, these guys come together to form something greater than the sum of their parts. And they are complemented by a little twist of orange peel. Sub the gin for whiskey and you’ve got yourself a Boulevardier. But now it’s time to talk one of the most classic and contested of cocktails: the martini. We’re making both a dry and dirty martini using different combinations of sweet vermouth, vodka, and olive juice. For the dirty martini, I’m going with 2 ounces of vodka, 1 ounce of sweet vermouth, and 1 ounce of olive juice. Not how I take my martini, but who am I to judge? You’ll also notice that we are chilling our martini glasses with ice and water while we give our martini a good shake. And now I can absolutely guarantee you that I’m going to make a huge– uhh– oops– See? I already– already made a mess. Dump out the ice water, clean up the inevitable spillage and pour your martini into the waiting chilled glass. If you’re using a Boston shaker, use that strainer that we mentioned earlier. And of course, this lightly tinted green martini would not be complete without an olive impaled upon a toothpick. Why anybody would drink their martini this way, I don’t know, but again not here to judge; here to inform. So, here’s how to also make a dry martini. We’re using three and a half ounces of vodka to half an ounce of sweet vermouth. As always, these amounts are going to depend on the size of your martini glass – it is the proportions that you want to keep in mind. And remember that you can always stir this instead of shake it, if you’re not feeling very James Bond-y today. And to prevent any and all ice fragments from ending up in our drink, we’re going to strain this one through a fine mesh sieve. And there you go: two different martinis for two very different types of people. Next up, how about we refresh our palate with my favorite drink: the old fashioned? We’re starting with two ounces of high-quality bourbon to which we’re going to add a few dashes of angostura bitters. If you spill any down the side of the glass like that, a tradition that I just made up says that you need to lick it with your finger before adding a small dash of simple syrup and giving it a stir. Then if you want to add a little bit more complexity and theatricality to your old-fashioned, simply slice yourself a thin round orange peel, hold over an open flame, and give it a squeeze. If you make sure to use a fresh orange, the essential oils will spray out and ignite in a splendor of citrus flame. Give it a little rub around the rim of the glass and drop into the cocktail. And there you go: the old-fashioned, a cocktail you kind of have to like if you have any sort of facial hair or tattoos. What about the cocktail that you have to like as a living, breathing, human being? For that we need to turn to the margarita. We are salting the rim of a glass using kosher salt and the juice of a lime, adding four ounces of high-quality tequila. I cannot stress high-quality enough. There’s a reason that people think that tequila gives them terrible hangovers is ’cause they’re drinking crappy tequila. We’re also going to add one ounce of triple sec, which is an orange liqueur. You can adjust these proportions to your taste, but I like my margaritas with a shout of tequila and a whisper of triple sec and, of course, a full squeezed lime. And if you’re feeling particularly wimpy, a little squirt of simple syrup. This is a margarita with all the bells and whistles, but bear in mind you can make a really solid margarita with nothing more than very good tequila and lime. But for our next cocktail, we need a mélange of sugar, herbs, and alcohol That’s right, we are making a mojito. Cut one whole lime into slices and add to a collins glass with a bunch of fresh mint and either a couple sugar cubes or a squirt of simple syrup. And, at long last, it’s our muddlers time to shine. The objective here is to get all the juice out of the limes and to get the mint to release its essential oils. Once we feel like we’ve done that, add some ice to the glass along with two ounces of white rum. Give this a good mix with your long fancy spoon to make sure that all these flavors are well incorporated before topping up with a bit more ice and some plain club soda. Make sure everybody’s mingling, getting to know each other, and garnish with a wedge of lime. Now this is one of the many cocktails that is improved vastly with a metal straw They’re like, ten bucks for a pack of six on Amazon and they are worth it. And, after all this cocktail making, I gotta say: I’m a little thirsty. Here’s to you guys. 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100 Replies to “Bar Essentials | Basics with Babish”

  1. Binging with Babish says:

    Hearing some very valid criticism and discussion here – going to be posting a video this weekend with some revised/corrected techniques! Not just because I want more drinks.

  2. CosmicBrambleclawV2 says:

    "The cocktail you are required to like if you are a human being"

    Bout to get myself shot, but margaritas are no bueno

    Mildly disappointed Cape Cods or Screwdrivers didn't make the cut

  3. r crouch says:

    psa people. dont buy simple syrup. its just sugar and water. boil a cup of water and add a cup of sugar. mix it till its all liquid. boom.

  4. Samuel Summer says:

    Did he ever do a revised episode? This… is… well… just all kinds wrong.

  5. JeJe says:

    Why am I just now learning about drinks on this channel? I'm all in! Booze with Babish, let's gooo!

  6. Gabriel Morin says:

    Never shake a Martini, always shake a margaritha…Always double strain your shaken cocktails…Amazing food videos, less precise in the matters of cocktails

  7. Blake Weigel says:

    you do not shake a martini because it should be crystal clear. Shaking will make the drink hazy due to the broken ice in the drink and dilute it too much. For the most part you only shake drinks with added citrus, like a margarita or daiquiri (the real on not the slush trash). Drinks like martini's, old fashioned, Manhattan,… should be stirred over ice to chill, but still remain clear.

  8. NeverSatisfied says:

    Why can't you just sync up wtf you're doing with wtf you're saying so we can actually follow along

  9. Indiestripper says:

    My ex orders "flithy" martinis. Basically he wants a cup of olives with a little bit of alcohol

  10. Andrew Clarke says:

    A martini is gin & dry vermouth bro

  11. Mason Thomas says:

    Cocktail Chemistry
    But better

  12. Aldy Shawnart says:

    "Measure and taste your gin tonic until it resembles that cocktail you've ordered on every nervous first date you've ever been on."

    meanwhile I'm watching this to impress a girl on a date tonight. I feel attacked.

  13. zakaria600 says:

    You sound like Bob's Burger lol

  14. zakaria600 says:

    My broke ass will substitute all the vodka & liqueur with water

  15. Benji Blackwell says:

    4oz of Vodka… Are you sure? More like 2oz and then 4oz of ginger beer ๐Ÿ˜…

  16. Generic Name jpg says:

    How drunk did you get while filming this?

  17. Adrian Wilson says:

    Aren't martinis traditionally made with gin?

  18. Glenn A says:

    A moscow mule is not more delicious than a gin and tonic.

  19. Reginaphalange says:

    Idk why Iโ€™m here, Iโ€™m only 19 and I live in the USA lol

  20. Marcus Blixenkrone-Mรธller says:

    Uses vodka in Martini instead of gin

  21. Numbskull2602 says:

    Ah see, my favourite cocktail is a 12 pack of cheap beer

  22. sexually-confused-ninja oh-and-loyal-hufflepuff says:

    Why am I watching this… im 13

  23. skeet the yeet says:

    Where is my sherily temple( hope I spelt that right)

  24. Gamesux says:

    Baldis basics but with cooking

  25. Hardest Man In Tarot says:

    Not enough ice

  26. Masterxing12 says:

    You should do a collab with bonneville cocktail collection!! ๐Ÿ˜€

  27. Kellen Rodriguez says:

    Didn't know oranges can be used as flame throwers

  28. Daniel Lawrence says:

    What is your expensive bourbon of choice? Also, a Martini traditionally should be made with gin and stirred, shaking can "bruise" the flavor. Love the commentary

  29. Thom Green says:

    I have that exact cup.

  30. Phoenix Fier says:

    Babish coming out hard with the assumptions that I've ever been on a date smh

  31. Aaron Adams says:

    4OZ in a MM? Might as well call it a martini Girl! Thats 2.25 more than it needs to be

  32. Rudy D'souza says:

    if you listen closely, he raps everything he says. You can no longer unhear this

  33. Bob Gatewood says:

    In bar essentials 2, please include the long island tea: for when you're spending the night & need something to blame it on.

  34. Connor Tremblay says:

    I was really hoping that each cocktail would end up in the clean plate club (or clean glass club) and that Babish was going to get more and more blasted as the video went on.

  35. Steve Southwick says:

    almost every drink in this video was done incorrectly.

  36. Moh Hassan says:

    kosher salt found a way in cocktails video

  37. Azazel Dreciare says:

    3:22 first cortez now this. I'm lovin it.

  38. idontrlycarethtmuch says:

    Sweet vermouth in a martini? ๐Ÿคจ

  39. idontrlycarethtmuch says:

    Oh man, youโ€™ve really gotta shake that marg!

  40. Paradox says:

    A good bartender always adds the most expensive ingredient last because if you mess up the process, then you don't waste the most expensive ingredient.

  41. D.DoT-Z says:

    Itโ€™s everyoneโ€™s favourite but tonic water tastes like dead skin mixed with blackened lemons and tv static so fuck off G&Ts
    Vodka and Ginger beer actually sounds like something tasty

    Side note

    Canned beer tastes like pisswater anyone who says they like the taste is either lying, a fucking idiot, or a lying fucking idiot
    Iโ€™ll keep it craft thanks

  42. J.D. Norcross says:

    Only time I've ever heard it DEtritus as opposed to deTRItus. Charming!

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  45. Primus B says:

    Making a Martini with vodka instead of gin…. Then it is not a Martini. Also I have to point out how you made the old fashion. Not old fashioned style at all. Take your time with the sugar and bitters and you will have a great(er) experience. In your Binging with Babish: Cocktail Special episode you made it in such a nicer way. Really makes you wonder how often you actually "shake it up".

  46. KUREAMY says:

    Start a pornhub account. BDSM with Babish ๐Ÿ“ข

  47. Jonnells24 says:

    I will say right now, there is not much that is more refreshing than a mojito on a hot Summer day. Easily one of my favorite cocktails, alongside the old fashioned.

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  50. Annette Smith says:

    hey Andrew! I quit drinking – mostly because I used up all my substance abuse points about 10 years ago, but reconfirmed out of respect for my kidney donor (a really good friend). Any chance you could do a (I cannot bring myself to use the m word) non-alcoholic-actually-don't-suck fancy drinks episode for people like me?

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  52. AverageNoobYT says:

    Somehow i can smell these

  53. whatwazthat16 says:

    Making a martini with vodka instead of gin is heresy

  54. Foxtendow says:

    You should make a show called Bartending with Babish

  55. Saucy says:

    A martini made with with vodka, sweet vermouth and shaking is not a martini.

    It is an abortion.

  56. PastFormal says:

    Mans out here with some strong ass drinks damn

  57. Guilherme says:

    Please donโ€™t shake a dry martini.

  58. lolimaducky says:

    What is this Auschwitz?
    Five ingredients…

  59. Rebecca Hawthorne says:

    Try a mojito with dark spiced rum instead of white rum, it enhances the flavor and dark rum is more piraty

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  61. VinnnyVanGogh says:

    HEY Vsauce! Michael here. What is bartending?

  62. Wes Murphy says:

    Where did you get those old fashioned glasses? Fiancรฉ is begging me to add things to our registry, and Iโ€™d love to have these!!

  63. Omar Mendez says:

    What about a Drinks-video, with The Master as it's reference?
    …what is the best phraseology for this sentence?

  64. Jake Woitzel says:

    My personal favorite martini is a perfect martini. Thatโ€™s 50/50 gin and dry vermouth, orange bitters and stirred with a twist.

  65. qwertykevin1 says:

    what rum did he use?

  66. Keviv Tawar says:

    Copper and lime ? It can lead to copper poisoning !!

  67. S. Nifrum says:

    Drinking with babish

  68. Drayskie ! says:

    Iโ€™m not even of age

  69. Matthew's Channel says:

    Came here after watching james bond movie lol

  70. Kat Lanhams says:

    Banish I think you are a food god, but itโ€™s usually better to use blanco tequila not reposado for margaritas, and you have to admit the simple syrup in the old fashioned is quiet the sin, Don Draper would be disappointed

  71. DaBomJr says:

    Any Martini with Vodka is Dirty

  72. Dawson Peachey says:

    What type of bourbon did he use for the old fashion?

  73. Bubby Flippu says:

    Call me crazy, but I like a dirty martini made with pickle juice…

  74. aferguson850 says:

    Love your food videos but not your drink videos. Shaking a martini, no gin? Not emphasising the importance of stirring for a negroni or an old fashioned? Not actually using the angostura bitters? Also just throwing the cobbler shaker without any prior context makes it a bit confusing too.

  75. Jordan Lane says:

    Try using brown sugar simple syrup instead

  76. Sawer says:

    My facial hair dictates that I have to like old fashioneds. And I'm very glad it does ๐Ÿ™‚

  77. mariahxworld says:

    Man serving drink but is a tall glass of water

  78. TheGrudgeLady2017 says:

    I need to make a Moscow Mule now. Cheers!

  79. Big Kahona says:

    Second time I watch this video… not sure why. But I'm enjoying it

  80. Sherry Muckleston says:

    A year and half too late…. but where is the classic daiquiri?

  81. Sem says:

    Since a gin tonic only consists of 2 ingredients its not a cocktail..

  82. YaowBucketHEAD says:

    Time to be buried in the comments.

    I went to bartending school in Kentucky and have various bartending jobs in Kentucky, Ohio, New Mexico, and Texas.

    No matter where I went, I've been bitched at for "making the drink wrong".

    While most cocktails usually have the same ingredients, you'd be surprised by the regional variances for almost every drink ever made.

    One thing I noticed is that more people out west think Martinis are always made with vodka, not gin.

    Vodka in a martini = Kangaroo.

    Anywho, cheers. ๐Ÿธ

  83. George P says:

    I love that he never uses plastic straws. Wish it would be same for the plastic wraps as well… But you cant have everything sometimes

  84. TheRealUnconnected says:

    Great video, i recently opened a cocktail bar at work with my other team members. We each chucked in $50 and bought a heap of premium spirits and now we can get plastered whenever we want.

  85. Brew Dogg says:

    wow are negronis are strong had one with the other chefs at work and you can tell it been a rough day when they downed one and i could barely sip me ideal drink for when you tell the mrs your going out for one and wanna come back drunk

  86. The LazyAlgorithm says:

    This is making me thirsty af!

  87. James Boyle says:

    Gin and tonic is technically a mixed drink but whoโ€™s counting letโ€™s all just drink.

  88. Petr Tajฤman says:

    Dude you make some serious mistakes making those cocktails….

  89. solmaz lee says:

    Hhhmmmm… this makes my micropenis hard

  90. remrret says:

    i'm 19 and have zero intention to ever drink but i love this video for some reason

  91. Karan Bhansali says:

    How about doing a Binging With Babish episode with Cocktails from Cheers?

  92. Velvet- Reed says:

    why am i watching this, its 3 am and im a minor

  93. Lord Vader says:

    Martinis are made of gin not vodka….

  94. Ian Lumsden says:

    Has beard and tattoos and loves old fashioned's

    …you got me.

  95. mrburrittos says:

    When ever I go to thaw bar I get a old fashioned

  96. nilson666 says:

    Dry Martini with vodka????? Sweet vermouth???? I thought it was some informative vรญdeo about basics, but it's about been drunk and completely forget about cocktails and it's stories,

  97. TheFrankierodriguez says:

    Thank you for stressing about quality tequila.

  98. daaze says:

    bro did you really just stir a margarita

  99. petite lili says:

    Can you make a video on how to make margaria/sweet and sour mix

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