Trolley Set-Up
Brandy

Whisky

Irish
Scotch
Coffee
Various
Liqueurs
Nut
Cream
Herb
Fruit

Port
Tawny
Vintage
How to use the Liquor Trolley
This example of a bird's eye view of a liquor trolley demonstrates it facing this direction and therefore, all labels should face this direction also. You will notice that it has a pull-out shelf that is used as a serving area, drinks placed on a small plate and served individually to the customer. I have listed some of the more popular brands of liquor suitable to be served from the trolley, each with digestive properties which is ideal after a meal,
The time to take the trolley to the table is once the desert has been served and before coffee. This allows the customer the luxury of choosing their digestive and enjoying their choice along with their coffee.
Experience has proven that it is beneficial if there is someone allocated to serve the trolley so that normal wait-staff do not get tied up with the rhythm of food service. It is important that whoever is in charge of the trolley be knowledgeable of the product and capable of making all the necessary drinks
Trolley Product
Louis XIII Cognac

   Nut  
 
   Cream
   Herb
   Cognac
   Fruit
   Brandy
   Port

Measurement and Glassware

There are four basic styles of glassware used on the Liquor Trolley, they are from left to right:
Brandy Ballon (Cognac/Malt Whisky)
Liqueur Glass (30ml recommended)
Port Glass (60ml recommended)
Liquor Coffee Glass
The liqueur and port glasses should be sized in accordance to house agreement,
but the brandy balloon and the coffee glass require legal measurement.