Online Mixology Class - Absinthe 101: History, Tradition and Myths
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Get ready to mix up a variety of classic absinthe cocktails while learning everything there is to know about the infamous alcohol in this online mixology class with Mixologist Cory. Begin with the traditional absinthe serving of just absinthe and ice water and be memorized as the clear liquid turns into a milky haze while you hone in on its distinct, herbal flavor. Enjoy Hemmingway's own effervescent creation, the Death in the Afternoon with sparkling wine. Then showcase the versatility of what just a rinse of absinthe can do with the perfect nightcap, a New Orleans old fashioned variation, the Sazerac, with your choice of either rye whiskey or Cognac.
- Mixology class is fully interactive.
- Mixologist accompanies you throughout the entire process.
- Ask as many questions as you want!
- 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 Public class sizes are between 10 to 20 connections to provide an opportunity for all guests to participate and ask questions. Private classes can accommodate up to 498 guests.
- Event Duration 1 hour
Sparking wine, such as Champagne or Prosecco
Rye whiskey, Cognac or brandy
Simple syrup or sugar cubes
Angostura Bitters, optional
Good quality absinthe, such as: St. George, Copper & Kings, Jade 1901, Mansinthe, Vieux Pontarlier, Leopold Bros, Pernod (not Pastis), Absinthe Ordinaire and Duplais. Czech or bohemian-style absinthe and anise spirits are not recommended.
Absinthe glass or something that can hold over 6 oz
Champagne flute or coupe glass
Two rocks glasses
Slotted spoon or alternative
Bar spoon or alternative stirring tool
Vegetable peeler or paring knife
Muddler, optional unless using sugar cubes
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