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Cocktail Making Classes Soho

 The permanent base for our 100% interactive, award-winning cocktail making classes in Soho is central London’s versatile and trendy Gallery Soho. Our fully-customisable cocktail making classes are centred around a fully interactive experience for every single guest, and are available here at our Soho location 7 days-a-week, catering for groups from 8 to 80(?).

As well as the option of hosting at our own venues across London, we have the ability to take our cocktail classes on the road with us to any venue you had in mind, anywhere across the country.

Any time, Any place, Anywhere. 

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  • 100% Hands-on Cocktail Making Class

  • Any time you wish, 7 days a week

  • We have multiple venues across London

  • Award-winning, fun & informative

  • For groups of any size

  • No more than 5 guests per cocktail bar station

  • Our recommended class runs for two hours

  • Every guest will make (and drink) 5 cocktails behind their own bar

MASTERCLASS FORMAT

Length

Recommended class runs for two hours.

Reception Cocktail

Enjoy a complimentary cocktail upon entry to your private classroom in the Gallery, of which you’ll have exclusive use.

Introduction of Cocktail Class

Be guided through the background and concepts of mixology & cocktail making, and learn fundamental techniques.

Make Four Cocktails

Every guest will make (and drink) four cocktails behind their own fully stocked and equipped cocktail making bar, with no more than four guests to each cocktail bar station.

Cocktail Making Competition

Indulge in some healthy competition as each cocktail bar competes against the rest to make their own original cocktail using a range of liquors, spirits, syrups, fresh fruit, juices and specialised equipment available to them.

Food

Depending on the venue, we have a number of food options – from rustic platters served during the class to full dining experiences.

We can host our private cocktail classes anywhere, at any time, on any day, for groups of any size.

*Note, if there are any non-drinkers that wish to attend there are non-alcoholic options for each cocktail. No-one gets left out.

VIRTUAL COCKTAIL CLASSES NOW AVAILABLE!

Inspired by the lockdown era, our virtual classes provide an environment in which to be sociable despite the distances between us.

Learn to make cocktails from the comfort of your own home. Professional equipment and high-quality ingredients delivered directly to your door, anywhere in the world. Classes are conducted using the Zoom platform as standard, with other options available!

Click here to find out more.

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Gallery Soho is our cocktail making hub in London’s famous nightlife district, and is a great versatile space in central London for our private cocktail making classes.

The gallery has large windows allowing plenty of natural light into the space, as well as great views out over central London. The space consists of two floors with a private bar area and a neutral ‘blank canvas’ aesthetic, ideal for full customisation of the space and all-inclusive events.

Address – 125 Charing Cross Road, WC2H 0EW London.

Music – Yes, Music available through AUX cable.

Cocktail Bar – Yes – Pre-ordered cocktails available.

The famously bustling streets of Soho feature an eclectic mix of dining, nightlife, and shops, leaving you with absolutely no shortage of things to do and experience before or after your exclusive cocktail experience.

The area also benefits from being one of the most accessible in London if you’re commuting in – with Euston Station, Marble Arch, and Waterloo stations mere minutes away.

Toucan – This pub proclaims to offer the best pint of Guinness in London, a fact we can heartily attest to. Although not the most flashy of surroundings, it does not lack in Irish pub charm. Toucan is perfect for groups of friends looking for a casual pint, even if it isn’t Guinness – there are plenty of options on tap. They have a selection of rare Whiskies to recommend as well. If you need an escape from the sport on the pub’s screen, you can make your way to the basement bar, which is a little more relaxed and quiet.

The Vault at Milroy’s – Probably the oldest whisky bar in Soho, The Vault looks unassuming from the outside. In true speakeasy fashion, you can access The Vault by passing through a bookcase at the back of Milroy’s on Greek Street. Despite the upstairs being whisky-centred, the cocktails cater to all different tastes, and they make all the classics. The surroundings are unpretentious, like the drinks. This is the place for those looking for the perfect dram or a no-frills cocktail – before or after your masterclass with us in the heart of Soho.

Milk and Honey – Milk and Honey is a bonafide institution in Soho, and spans 3 floors offering a variety of lounges and booths for guests. Cocktails are made to a very high standard, and the ambience is one of sophistication and elegance. If you are looking to impress your date or check off a bucket list, a trip to Milk and Honey is worth it. Bear in mind, it is a members club, but they do take bookings from the public until 11pm. Our dedicated event organisers would be happy to sort this for you no problem, provided you give us a little bit of notice beforehand.

Cookhouse Joe (£) – An understated family-run eatery in the heart of Central London, a stone’s throw from Oxford Street and the West End’s Theatre Land. Since opening their doors in 2013 they’ve provided 24 hour marinated rotisserie chicken and Lebanese-inspired dishes to Soho locals and tourists alike in classic unpretentious fashion. Buzzing, compact, and atmospherically candle-lit, their rotisserie chicken is a true must-try, and their Wagyu beef burger is simply inspired. So if you’re looking for a friendly, no-frills environment to take a larger group before or after your masterclass with us in Soho, Cookhouse Joe is up there amongst the best of them.

Blacklock Soho (££)An atmospheric basement restaurant and bar specialising in seared meat chops, plus cocktails from trolley carts. Now a chain, Blacklock Soho was their very first site, set in the basement of a former brothel, their ethos of great quality meat for great value, £5 cocktails, and wine on tap was born here and – understandably – went on to make them many loyal fans. All of their meat is sourced from the same specialist Cornwall farm, who breed and dry-age native and rare breed animals with the highest commitment to animal welfare, which puts them firmly in line with Blacklock’s ethos of eating better quality meat less often. So, if you’d like to treat yourself to a reasonably-priced steak and some cocktails to warm up with before your class, this is a great place to start. 

NOPI (£££) – From the culinary mastermind that is Yottam Ottolenghi, NOPI has some of the Ottolenghi trademarks – platters full of salads greet guests as they arrive, a menu which celebrates bold flavours – but it has a very different feel to the Ottolenghi delis. Things are a little more bright, a little more fast-paced. Their menu changes according to the seasons, but their year-round signature dishes include courgette and manouri fritters, coriander seed-crusted burrata with slices of blood orange and Valdeón cheesecake. A special mention, too, for their Persian love rice, which changed this writer’s outlook on meat-free cuisine. Whether you’re in the market for breakfast or lunch before your class, or a post-masterclass dinner, NOPI’s a banger.

Trains/Underground:

Tottenham Court Road – 0.1 miles.

Leicester Square – 0.3 miles.

Covent Garden – 0.4 miles.

Picadilly Circus – 0.5 miles.

Oxford Circus – 0.6 miles.

Numerous buses also pass through, and taxis are available outside the main stations.

Happy New Year! We are currently taking bookings for the whole of 2021 and beyond for our range of virtual masterclasses, as well as enquiries for physical bookings and in-house events. Please get in touch to find out more!

BUY, REDEEM OR BOOK

Using the form below you can buy a gift voucher, redeem a voucher or book directly onto a class. Simply select your options below, fill out your details, click submit, and a confirmation email should be making its way to you shortly after.

Virtual Classes:
Every other Friday: 7-8.30pm.

Molecular Classes:
Not available at this time.

Masterclass Series:
Not available at this time.

LARGER GROUPS

Any time, anywhere, for groups of any size, we pride ourselves on offering 100% interactivity through our private cocktail classes.

Perfect for larger groups of six or more, our largest private class to date is 220 people, with all guests continuously and simultaneously learning the art of cocktail making and everyone being fully included throughout the class. Although our Soho base won’t quite be able to cater for a group of this size, we have plenty of larger venues nearby which would be suitable. Enquire now for details.

SMALLER GROUPS

Although not currently available in Soho, our public cocktail making classes run every Friday from 7-9pm at our Fitzrovia location, as well as on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at our flagship venue in Shoreditch

These classes are ideal for individuals and smaller groups, or for those who want an idea of the structure of our classes before they book privately. You’ll be joining a wider group of other like-minded people, with a maximum of 4 guests to a bar and an average class size of 20 guests. 

VIRTUAL COCKTAIL CLASSES

Inspired by the lockdown era, our virtual classes provide an environment in which to be sociable despite the distances between us.

Now you and a group of friends or work colleagues can learn to make cocktails from the comfort of your own home, all without compromising on our trademark interactivity.

Call 020 8003 7982 or use our contact form

BUY GIFT VOUCHERS

Buy a gift voucher, redeemable on any one of our public classes, which take place at our Fitzrovia location every Friday from 7pm, or three days a week at our Shoreditch flagship location, 52 weeks a year.  

You’ll receive a beautifully presented voucher in the post, and there’s also the option of digitally-downloadable PDF vouchers if you running short on time!

MOLECULAR CLASSES

Using specialised equipment, you will be taught how to make four of your own lab-produced cocktails within a completely interactive molecular masterclass environment.

These classes are a great outside-of-the-box option for private group bookings, although we also run public versions of our molecular classes on the first Friday of every month at our Shoreditch flagship venue, which are perfect for groups of five or less.

 

 

 

MASTERCLASS SERIES

An evolving series of immersive masterclasses designed for those who have been to one of our regular classes before, or are seeking a cocktail class with a bit of a twist.

Each of these new sessions is inspired by a certain theme, from a Mezcal-based Cinco de Mayo fiesta, to CBD-infused spirits, and even some rooftop-based wellness classes. Click for full list of dates.

"A fabulous, boozy afternoon.."

“A fabulous, boozy afternoon. Led by an entertaining and knowledgeable Scot, we tried our hand at various classic cocktails with a twist. Great present to get the other half.” – Shane Craig, Google Review

"Drinks were excellent, and would love to go again.."

“Great evening out/team building. The instructor was very knowledgeable, and kept the crowd interested all evening. Drinks were excellent, and would love to go again.” – Robbie Ronnie, Local Guide.

"It is all everyone in our office is talking about this morning!"

“Brilliant fun! We had a big group of 20 people, males and females and a mixture of ages but everyone had a fantastic time and it is all everyone in our office is talking about this morning! We loved learning about the origins and history behind the cocktails before making them, and had a lot of fun coming up with our own cocktail at the end using the skills we had learned.” – Sophie Hockridge, Google Review.

"It is all everyone in our office is talking about this morning!"

“Brilliant fun! We had a big group of 20 people, males and females and a mixture of ages but everyone had a fantastic time and it is all everyone in our office is talking about this morning! We loved learning about the origins and history behind the cocktails before making them, and had a lot of fun coming up with our own cocktail at the end using the skills we had learned.” – Sophie Hockridge, Google Review.

"All of us were busy either drinking or laughing.."

“We took at team of 15 managers to a night out, were welcomed by Neil our mixologist and a great cocktail- already a great start! Neil was fun, funny and knowledgeable, all of us were busy either drinking or laughing, it’s a cool class and the competition was the best part! Thank you!” – Mor Parnass Forms.

"Our mixologist was an absolute pro.."

“Had a great evening here a few weeks ago. Our mixologist was an absolute pro – he was very knowledgeable, skilled and fun. I really enjoyed all of the cocktails that we made, including gin and tequila-based cocktails that I usually can’t stand!! Great location too, it was easy for us all to carry on drinking afterwards. Would definitely recommend it!” – Alice Holland, Google Review.

"It's fair to say that the team all had a fantastic time.."

“We booked an afternoon team building session and it’s fair to say that the team all had a fantastic time and I would certainly recommend Mixology Events for business and personal use and look forward to using them again in the future!” – Kevin Douglas, Google Review.

"Amazing.."

“I went with my boyfriend on my birthday, the atmosphere was amazing and we had a contest at the end where we freestyled. Would love to go again.” – Sophie R, Tripadvisor Review.

"This place is amazing - you simply have to go!"

“This place is amazing – you simply have to go! We attended the cocktail making class and it was brilliant – the perfect mix of education, fun and drinking! Can’t recommend highly enough!!” – Andy Connoly, Google Review.


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Would you recommend food?

While food isn’t necessarily part of the package, it is certainly recommended. As you can imagine during two hours of making and drinking cocktails, it’s quite a good idea to line your stomachs. Even if the addition of food is a relatively last-minute decision, we will be able to cater to your needs if you get in touch with your event organiser a few hours beforehand.

Is food included?

Not as standard, no. However, we are able to add food to most events at most venues. At our central London location, we are able to offer a wide range of cold small plates and deli boards. If you’d also like recommendations about where to eat before or after your class, let your event organiser know and we can book a table for you as part of the service.

What is the disabled access like?

The disabled access at the Gallery is quite extensive, and most areas of the venue are accessible via wheelchair.

How are bookings confirmed?

Generally, after a conversation with your event organiser about your event, you will need to put down a 30% deposit to confirm your booking and provide a home or company address to detail. This will all be sent over via email, along with the terms and conditions outlined. The final balance will be due a week before your class or event, generally once numbers are confirmed.

I need to cancel my event, can I have my deposit refunded?

Once we have sent you the deposit invoice your event has been confirmed, therefore if you wish to cancel your event you must do this by email so we have written proof and you must do this at least 14 days prior to your event date to be eligible for a refund of your deposit. If you have booked your event with less than 7 days lead time, a cancellation must be received within 24 hours of your invoice being sent to avoid liability of payment.

When do I need to pay the final balance?

The balance of your event must be paid 7 days before your event, if payment has not been made someone from our accounts team will contact you to make payment over the phone

If I'm deaf or hard of hearing, will I be able to attend a class?

Yes of course. We have catered for deaf classes before, generally the clients will have organised an interpreter. Again, let your event organiser know beforehand and we’ll do our best to accommodate.


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CLIENT & COMPANY EVENTS

We can draw upon well over a decade’s worth of experience working with the Gallery to deliver an efficient, professional service, from the moment of your first enquiry, through our seamless booking process, all the way through to the execution of the event.

We have a proven track record working with both small creative startups and esteemed brands, such as Harrods, Google, and Nike, and your dedicated event organiser will be on hand before, during, and after your event. Booking as a team? Download info PDF

HEN PARTIES

With only a small deposit to confirm the booking, and choice of a cocktail or prosecco reception, our private classes have all the necessary ingredients for an ideal hen party! 

Our venues in Soho and Shoreditch are well-suited for this, or we can come to you, wherever you may be across the UK. For groups of any size, your class is fully flexible. Learn to make (and drink!) over 5 cocktails within a unique, purpose-built class set-up, whilst maintaining 100% interaction. We strongly believe we are the best class in the country, both in terms of value as well as quality. Organising as a group? Download info PDF.

MOBILE CLASSES

Although London is our centre point, – with a great collection of venues dotted around in Leicester Square, Covent Garden, Camden & King’s Cross – we’re fully equipped and have a proven track record in taking our classes to almost any venue throughout the U.K.

We’ve hosted our cocktail making classes in a wide range of locations – from back gardens to hotel suites, from halfway up The Shard to the grand hall of a Scottish Manor House. Got somewhere in mind already? Want us to recommend a venue? Get in touch!

EVENT ORGANISER

For our classes, we have a dedicated and personal team of event organisers based at our offices in Shoreditch. The same event organiser will stay with you from planning and booking your event, on the day and post-event.

Your more than welcome to come down visit our unique, purpose-built class set-up to have a look around, meet your dedicated event organiser, and stick around for a well-deserved cocktail afterwards, or we can organise a site visit to your preferred venue.

 

YOUR HOST

All our bartenders have years of experience in the industry, and with Mixology Events. They each go through rigorous training to learn how to deliver the best cocktail making classes on the market.

Not only this, each and every one of them are enthusiastic, friendly, and – generally – pretty lovely human beings to have around. Don’t just take our word for it, why not meet them for yourselves?

MEET THE TEAM

 

PHONE, EMAIL OR ORGANISE A SITE VISIT!

We understand the importance of verbal communication, and we know that some questions simply can’t wait for an email response.

That’s why if you’re considering booking an event, we encourage you to give us a call, organise a site visit, or come visit our team. That way we can discuss your ideas, since every event is unique.

Our base in Fitzrovia is a great central location for us to host your cocktail making class.

The West End is just a stone’s throw away, as is energetic Oxford Street, Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus, meaning there is no shortage of things to do and places to explore before and after your exclusive cocktail experience.

Guests commuting to and from London only have a short trip to Euston, King’s Cross St Pancras and Paddington.

The Gallery is our permanent base for cocktail making classes in Fitzrovia. This unique space has built an international reputation over the past three decades for individuality, innovation, and boundless energy – the striking works of art lining its walls evidence their passion for Non-Western artistic traditions.

The Gallery is a unique art installation space, full of natural light and set in a converted town house.This distinctive space works really well for private group bookings of all sizes. The gallery is radiant, displaying remarkable artwork throughout the space, as well as huge windows that overlook central London. 

The gallery’s overall versatility, distinctive aesthetic qualities, and close proximity to the dynamic hub of the West End makes it an ideal location for our cocktail making classes – leaving you with no shortage of options before, after, and even during your experience.

Address – 2A Conway Street, Fitzroy Square, London, W1T 6BA

Meraki Bar – Hidden beneath the Greek Fitzrovia restaurant, you can access the bar from Foley Street, around the corner from the restaurant’s entrance. The interior is filled with plush sofas and velvet cushions on which to lounge while sipping cocktails, and bar food is easily hustled down for you from the upstairs restaurant. There are also private booths where you can enjoy your Mediterranean inspired cocktails in lavish surroundings; perfect for a romantic date or quiet meal before or after your class.

The Remedy Wine Bar – Located a short walk away from our Fitzrovia base, this cosy wine bar plays host to a rotating blackboard of different wines. The owner opens whatever he fancies – or thinks you might fancy – and chalks it up there for everyone to enjoy. They work with small quality-centred producers, and are quick to come up with a decent recommendation if you’re feeling a bit lost. There are some small Italian inspired plates to enjoy alongside your wine, and you can sit outside if the weather permits. It is a great spot for a date or small group of friends. 

Genuine Liquorette – Modeled after New York’s eponymous basement bar, these guys are challenging the conventional relationship between customer and bartender. There’s a self-service counter, where cocktails come on tap, or if you prefer you can order from a form, and the friendly staff bring it over. Cocktails are fun and playful, served in cans with unconventional garnishes. Both the tap room upstairs and the cocktail bar downstairs are relaxed settings with interesting décor – checkered floors and shelves packed with unusual spirit bottles and cans, in a New York liquor store – meets Victorian pub fashion. All this makes this the perfect hangout for larger groups to continue their evening after their cocktail class.

Homeslice (£) –  Fancy some 20” crispy-based pizza goodness in the heart of London, without spending a small fortune? Homeslice is your go-to. Having upgraded from pop up to permanent Covent Garden home, this second 70-cover restaurant provides a contrast to the Seven Dials site’s stark, bright décor as well as an expanded menu, a basement cocktail bar, takeaway counter and space outside too. Local lagers, craft beers, Prosecco on tap and house wines delivered in measurable magnums (simply pay for what you drink) all feature on the drinks list, making this the perfect location for larger groups looking to continue their evening after their cocktail class.

Salt Yard (££) – Salt Yard is a charcuterie bar and restaurant serving small plates which bring the best of Spain and Italy under one roof. It is currently in the safe hands of Head Chef Michael Carter, whose dishes range from the intricate to the beautifully simple. A short walk from Goodge St and Oxford Circus, Salt Yard is the perfect middle-of-the-road choice for a quick lunch, more lengthy celebratory feast, or simply a lovely glass of cold sherry at the bar before or after your cocktail class with us at our Fitzrovia venue.

Mere (£££) – An elegant and contemporary restaurant nestled in the heart of Fitzrovia, Mere offers a refined yet relaxed dining experience for you to enjoy before or after your class. Headed up by the well-known chef Monica Galetti (who avid fans of Masterchef may be aware of) and her husband, David, the menu is designed to celebrate the passion and heritage of husband and wife team, blending classical French with South Pacific influences. So, if you don’t mind spending a little bit above the average on your bite to eat, or you’re celebrating a special occasion, then it’s definitely worth the 4-minute walk from your cocktail making class to your plate.

Meraki Bar – Hidden beneath the Greek Fitzrovia restaurant, you can access the bar from Foley Street, around the corner from the restaurant’s entrance. The interior is filled with plush sofas and velvet cushions on which to lounge while sipping cocktails, and bar food is easily hustled down for you from the upstairs restaurant. There are also private booths where you can enjoy your Mediterranean inspired cocktails in lavish surroundings; perfect for a romantic date or quiet meal before or after your class.

The Remedy Wine Bar – Located a short walk away from our Fitzrovia base, this cosy wine bar plays host to a rotating blackboard of different wines. The owner opens whatever he fancies – or thinks you might fancy – and chalks it up there for everyone to enjoy. They work with small quality-centred producers, and are quick to come up with a decent recommendation if you’re feeling a bit lost. There are some small Italian inspired plates to enjoy alongside your wine, and you can sit outside if the weather permits. It is a great spot for a date or small group of friends. 

Genuine Liquorette – Modeled after New York’s eponymous basement bar, these guys are challenging the conventional relationship between customer and bartender. There’s a self-service counter, where cocktails come on tap, or if you prefer you can order from a form, and the friendly staff bring it over. Cocktails are fun and playful, served in cans with unconventional garnishes. Both the tap room upstairs and the cocktail bar downstairs are relaxed settings with interesting décor – checkered floors and shelves packed with unusual spirit bottles and cans, in a New York liquor store – meets Victorian pub fashion. All this makes this the perfect hangout for larger groups to continue their evening after their cocktail class.

Homeslice (£) –  Fancy some 20” crispy-based pizza goodness in the heart of London, without spending a small fortune? Homeslice is your go-to. Having upgraded from pop up to permanent Covent Garden home, this second 70-cover restaurant provides a contrast to the Seven Dials site’s stark, bright décor as well as an expanded menu, a basement cocktail bar, takeaway counter and space outside too. Local lagers, craft beers, Prosecco on tap and house wines delivered in measurable magnums (simply pay for what you drink) all feature on the drinks list, making this the perfect location for larger groups looking to continue their evening after their cocktail class.

Salt Yard (££) – Salt Yard is a charcuterie bar and restaurant serving small plates which bring the best of Spain and Italy under one roof. It is currently in the safe hands of Head Chef Michael Carter, whose dishes range from the intricate to the beautifully simple. A short walk from Goodge St and Oxford Circus, Salt Yard is the perfect middle-of-the-road choice for a quick lunch, more lengthy celebratory feast, or simply a lovely glass of cold sherry at the bar before or after your cocktail class with us at our Fitzrovia venue.

Mere (£££) – An elegant and contemporary restaurant nestled in the heart of Fitzrovia, Mere offers a refined yet relaxed dining experience for you to enjoy before or after your class. Headed up by the well-known chef Monica Galetti (who avid fans of Masterchef may be aware of) and her husband, David, the menu is designed to celebrate the passion and heritage of husband and wife team, blending classical French with South Pacific influences. So, if you don’t mind spending a little bit above the average on your bite to eat, or you’re celebrating a special occasion, then it’s definitely worth the 4-minute walk from your cocktail making class to your plate.

PRIVATE CLASSES – Any Size, Any Time, Any Location, Any Day

We have been specialising in delivering top-quality cocktail classes for over a decade, and in that time we have continuously improved and fine-tuned our experience so we can proudly call ourselves the best on the market.

Many bars offer their own versions of cocktail masterclasses, but they are often not fit for purpose. It is cramped, not fully set up to allow all your guests to continually practice their cocktail making skills for the whole duration of the class, and you are often learning in front of a public audience in busier bars. Not Ideal.

WHERE?

We host the majority of our masterclasses at TT Liquor, where we have 4 dedicated masterclass lounges that are fully set up when you arrive – freeing you up to make cocktails continuously for 2 hours without waiting for anyone to set anything up for you.

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We do that all before you arrive. The rooms come in a variety of sizes and cater for groups of 6 up to 80.

If you have a location in mind we also specialists in bring the complete set up with us. All the bars, with all the equipment, all the liquor, fresh products and ice. You simply let us know where you would like it to be and we set it all up in less than an hour and a half. We then offer the same experience you find at TT Liquor at any location you can think of.

EQUIPMENT & TUITION

Each bar also comes fully stocked, so that everyone on that bar (max 5 guests per bar) can make cocktails throughout their masterclass, with no interruption and no standing around watching. There are 3, 6, 8 and 16 bars set up in the 4 respective cocktail making lounges across our four-floor venue at TT Liquor and we have a total of 42 of these bars so we can perform a masterclass for up to 210 guests, all still receiving the same experience and all still making cocktails together!

We also provide you with your own professional bartender, who will be your dedicated host for the session. After putting together a reception cocktail for you and your guests, they will then guide you through 4 different cocktails, letting all your guests in on the various tricks of the trade to make your drinks taste better than ever. The perfect skills for your guests to take away with them to show off to their friends at their next garden party or barbecue.

Our expert bartenders are at the very top of their profession and are rigorously trained to deliver the best cocktail making experience possible for groups of up to 80. Their job is to be entertaining and engaging with all your guests, while simultaneously offering unparalleled insights on how to make your cocktails taste amazing. You may not get it right the first time around, but they will work attentively with each member of your group to hone their skills.

COMPETITION

To end the session with a bang, each bar will be set loose to create their own cocktail, testing out their new skills and competing head-to-head with the other bar teams. Your expert host will then have a taste of each creation and crown the winner. There is nothing quite like a bit of healthy competition and 5 cocktails each to bring a group together!

WHO?

Our cocktail making classes have been enjoyed by budding mixologists from 18 years of age to 88, for a wide variety of occasions. Everything we do is geared towards making it an event to remember for you and your group.

WHEN?

We are lucky enough to be able to perform these classes 7 days a week and at any time of the day you wish. Due to this flexibility, we teach over 20,000 guests all the skills they’ll need to get mixing every year.

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Call 020 8003 7982 or use our contact form