Got a full cabinet of drinks but only mastered a few different cocktail recipes? Don’t worry, Google is here to help with the launch of their new Cocktail Recipe search function.
All you have to do is ask Google how to make a drink and it will bring back a picture, directions for preparation and even some garnishing tips. This makes the Google app useful if you want to check a drink before ordering or you want to whip it out at a party and start mixing up some cocktails.
The move is part of a slow shift for the search engine which has released a number of different shortcut searches recently allowing people to look up weather or ask basic facts and questions.
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