Definitions

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  • n. A person who creates cocktails; a bartender.

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  • n. an employee who mixes and serves alcoholic drinks at a bar

Etymologies

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Examples

  • We also talk about the history of the Mojito, Albert's bootlegging grandparents, and discuss the controversy over the terms mixologist and bar chef.

    Hungry Magazine

  • (disclosure: those folks are me, I work there) got together with some of the city's best mixologists (disclosure: I feel a little unsure of the word mixologist) to create Poetry Happy Hour.

    Culture Guide

  • What makes me a mixologist is my understanding and proficiency in the art and history of the cocktail.

    Gadling

  • "We do the canvas, the mixologist is the painter."

    chicagotribune.com -

  • The head "mixologist" sounds like a hybrid of Werner Herzog and Bruno, and he's sporting a studiously windswept hairstyle and a chin-to-shirt drop that would make a bike designer blush:

    Blizzard of Odd: Pedaling to the Bitter End

  • One of the former mayor's top presidential-campaign aides is a college dropout turned self-described "mixologist" (or barkeep) turned mayoral deputy, who once defaulted on thousands of dollars in student loans.

    Rob Polner: Juggernaut Giuliani?

  • By the way, a "mixologist" is basically a bartender who dreams up different types of drinks, kinda like a master chef who comes up with new recipes.

    The Daily News - News

  • They are the counterweight to a world overflowing with upscale lounges and designer "mixologist" cocktails, a way to keep it simple, hang out with friends old and new and tip back our favorite beverage.

    Gadling

  • Every Friday night, Maddow, a self-styled "mixologist," makes cocktails on her show and has firmly held views on her drinks.

    Slate Magazine

  • The title "mixologist" has replaced "bartender" for many serious students of the cocktail game, but I prefer the term "bar chef."

    Aspen Times - Top Stories

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  • "Mixologists serve drinks. Bartenders serve people."

    July 20, 2009

  • The fancy word for the chick behind the bar.

    September 5, 2008