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Bartender Mo Harris demofstrates techniques of bartending - How to Cut a Lemof Wheel
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Hi guy. My name is Moe Harris and I’m about to show you how to cut a wheel. A wheel is little variation of the lime wedge. This is more of an aesthetic thing. The wedge was really nice because you do allow it to squeeze nicely to the drink. The wheel is really just a pretty little garnish. We’re going to start off the same way cutting the edges off of our lemon right there, okay. Once, you’ve got the ends cut off, it stands right up.
Now, what you’re going to want to do is you’re going to want to make one little slice, I’d say about starting halfway through, cutting through one quarter of this lemon and then finally, all you’re going to do is cut this thing in a long way as this way.
You can decide the length of your, the thickness of your wedge, just, now sliding your fingers along right there. These are couple thick ones and by cutting that thing in a corner right there, it does allow that thing to just sit right on your glass and you’ve got a pretty little garnish right here. It’s a lemon wheel.