Travel ASMR: Exploring Portland Oregon Culinary Culture & Cocktail Making

In this week’s Travel ASMR video, we explore Portland, Oregon’s culinary culture and take a peek at famed mixologist Jeffrey Morgenthaler’s “The Bar Book: Elements of Cocktail Technique,” possibly the greatest resource a drink enthusiast can have. I’ll tell you a bit about carbonated cocktails before we make one of our own together (relaxing bubbly sounds included!).

Some triggers used in this video include whispering, scratching, tapping, pouring, bubbling and page turning.

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If you feel inspired to make your own bottle cocktails like we do in the video, I’m listing some helpful products below to get you started:

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2 Comments

    1. @Nichelle: Loads and loads of TINGLES 🙂 It’s hard to explain unless you experience it for yourself. It’s just an extremely relaxing sensation that sort of melts away your stress. It’s helped me with my sleeping issues a ton, which is why I love it so much!

      Tip: Check out my favorite ASMR artist, Ally of ASMR Requests. Amazing! https://www.youtube.com/user/ASMRrequests

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