Learn the basics of flair bartending with expert bartender Mo Harris - How to do a Two Tin One Bottle Sequence Part Three
Moe Harris: Hi! Guys. My name is Moe Harris and I'm here at the Professional Bartending School in Arlington, Virginia. And I'm about to show you the third in the sequence of tricks, that's going to wind up with an amazing pour. Weve already showed the first two parts. The third part is going to look like this. What I'm going to do is I've got a bottle and tin right here. All I'm going to do is lift it up and catch it behind my back, in my left hand. Now, the difficult thing is I've got a tin in this hand so as soon as I let go with this I'm going to want to grab that, it's almost like this. See that again from behind. Ill show you want I did. I'm just going to lift this up, grab this as soon as I let go with this I'm going grab this with my right hand and catch this with my left hand. Finally, what I'm going to do, is I'm going to take this tin and this is just a little bit of target practice. Gorgeous. That's going to allow you take this thing upside down into a pour, into your glass. Let's put all those all those three sequences together. Shall we? We shall. First sequence, split-throw-catch; second sequence, we pull-throw-throw-catch; third sequence, behind the back, little spin, target practice into a pour, its just that simple.