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Cocktail Carte

- Service de Chambre -





Instagram: @stephenblackmon


Tip Jar (Venmo): @sblackmon


AMS Global Happy Hour



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(Zoom invite and links here)


Tools Needed

Rocks glass (or any short glass)

Coupe glass (just use rocks if needed)

Mixing glass or Pint glass

Shaker or double walled tumbler with closing mouth lid or mason jar with lid

Jigger or 1 Teaspoon (15ml) measuring spoon or shot glass

Citrus Press / Juicer

Mesh Strainer

Bar spoon or any stir like utensil (metal straw, long handle of wooden spoon)

Peeler or small serrated knife

Kitchen torch or long grill lighter

Ingredients Needed



Irish Whiskey

Vermouth Blanc

Soda Water



Simple Syrup

Orange Bitters


Daiquiri & Riffs


2oz Light Rum

.75oz Lime Juice

.50oz Simple Syrup

Vessel: Coupe

Garnish: Lime twist or omit garnish


Mojito & Riffs



2oz Light Rum

.75oz Lime Juice

.50oz Simple Syrup

3-4 Mint Leaves

Vessel: Rocks or Collins

Garnish: Mint Sprig


Martini & Variations


2.5oz Gin

.50oz Vermouth Blanc

2 Dashes Orange Bitters

Vessel: Coupe or Rocks with single cube

Garnish: Lemon twist or omit garnish




2oz Gin

.75oz Lime Juice

.50oz Simple Syrup

3-4 Mint Leaves

Vessel: Coupe or Rocks with single cube

Garnish: Single mint leaf

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St. Patrick's Day Cocktail


2oz Irish Whiskey

1oz Amontillado Sherry

.50oz Cassis Liqueur

3 Dashes Orange Bitters

8 Fresh Blueberries

Pipe tobacco smoke

Vessel: Coupe or Rocks with single cube

Garnish: Shamrock or omit garnish


Born and raised on a farm in the small town of Marion, SC, Stephen found roots in Charleston in 2003. He has been involved in the food and beverage scene since the Summer of 2000 getting his start as a barback in Murrells Inlet, SC for Divine Dining Group. Upon moving to Charleston, Stephen began his career as a commercial photographer and information technology professional along with continuing involvement with the food and beverage industry. While overseeing the technology and ticketing processes for Charleston Wine + Food, Stephen found his true passion in the world of bartending. Having met so many creative professionals in the industry and learning so much of its history and the art of creating cocktails, Stephen decided to immerse himself into cocktail culture. He has worked in some of Charleston’s best bars including: The Macintosh, Edmund’s Oast, Doar Bros., and Vintage Lounge. Outside of those establishments, he regularly hosts virtual or in person cocktail classes and mobile craft cocktail bar services for private gatherings. He is inspired by history, culture, and the fine arts when it comes to conceptualizing his cocktail ideas. 


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Stephen Blackmon

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