You’ve made a purchase of the white mocha latte at Red Maple Cafe in Burbank, and when it’s delivered to your dining table, you’re shocked by a picture of Billie Eilish’s face etched on the foam of the beverage. It’s not a mocha wonder. It’s the Red Maple Cafe’s famous “Celebralattes.”
Red Maple Cafe Red Maple Cafe coined the term “Celebralattes” and became the first restaurant to use famous names on their drinks, and took social media to the streets.
- Add Sanbitter to the top of the glass using Ice
- Pour the juice gently onto the spoon’s back for an effect of layering, but leave at least 10cm at the top of the glass.
- Cold froth 20ml of orange juice with a small amount of aquafaba. Place it gently on the surface of the drink. Fill with water to the point of filling.
- Serve with a top with a Ripples design, and enjoy!
Ripples Co-Founder and CEO Yossi Meshulam explains how you can sell more drinks while creating unforgettable experiences for your guests at your events.
CFE: The reason you catering companies and planners of events, in particular, invest in the Ripple Maker?
It’s an immediate return on investment. We have many mixologists, caterers, and coffee carts using our software. It’s an item that can be sold to these businesses. The technology is inexpensive, and, in the majority of cases, they reap the benefit in two events.
With Ripples, catering companies become an integral part of an occasion. They’re more than just a food and beverage partner. You’re offering clients an opportunity to spread messages, generating many photographic opportunities.
Final thoughts on ideas for cocktail garnishes
These ideas will inspire you to the numerous possibilities and lucrative opportunities garnishes for cocktails can bring to your business. Utilize them in innovative ways to distinguish yourself from your competition and captivate your clients. You’ll leave them with an excellent taste in their mouths.