Judging the difficulty of recipes

Recipes are divided into three levels of difficulty for preparation: easy, normal and difficult. The subdivision is evaluated as follows:

  • A preparation is consideredeasy if, for example, ingredients only need to be added to the glass. This is the case with long drinks or shots. No utensils or other things are required for this.
  • Preparation is considered normal difficulty when ingredients are shaken or stirred and then added to the glass. This usually requires a shaker or a mixing glass.
  • The preparation is marked as difficult if the individual steps go beyond shaking or stirring. This is the case, for example, with complex preparations (cutting fruit, making tea, preparing syrups) or similar.