Online Mixology Class - Jolly Drinks for Holiday Sipping
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Join Mixologist Anthony in this live and interactive online mixology class as you discover exciting spins for your favorite holiday cocktails. First, learn how to mix a Muletide Day with a wintery and festive mix of ginger beer, lime and Cognac. Then, stir up a classy On an Open Fire cocktail with a tangy twist of lemon, amaretto and Cognac. Wrap up with a Christmas Morning Old-Fashioned with maple syrup, bitters and Cognac.
Kit DescriptionTrue® Fortify™ Stainless Steel Barware Set
This set includes a cobbler-style shaker, double jigger, Hawthorne strainer and a bar spoon that doubles as a muddler.
- Mixology class is fully interactive.
- Mixologist accompanies you throughout the entire process.
- Ask as many questions as you want!
With ginger beer, Cognac, lime and rosemary
On an Open Fire
With lemon, amaretto, Cognac and cinnamon
Christmas Morning Old-Fashioned
With maple syrup, bitters and Cognac
Most dietary restrictions can be accommodated if noted prior to the event. Please mention this in the message field when you submit your booking request as adjustments to recipes cannot be made during class.
- Recipes Recipe links are sent in your booking confirmation.
- Ingredients Ingredients can be adapted for dietary restrictions or lack of availability.
- Technology Connect with the host using Zoom on your computer, tablet or mobile device.
- Class Participation Chime in with questions through audio or chat. Use of video is optional.
- Class Size
- Event Duration 1 hour
- Prep Time 10 minutes
- Shipping Kit and items purchased will ship 10-14 days before your class.
- Labels Classes with Kits
One whole lemon, for garnishing
Simple syrup, 3 oz
Maple syrup, 1 oz
Fresh lime juice, 1 oz
Fresh lemon juice, 1 oz
Cognac or whiskey, 8 oz
Ginger beer, 4 oz
Amaretto, optional, 1 oz
Large ice cube, optional
Powdered cinnamon, optional
Candy cane, optional
Cocktail shaker or jar with lid
Jigger or shot glass
Bar spoon or teaspoon
1 tall glass
1 short glass
1 coffee mug
1 small pot for boiling water