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OCT 31st | Cocktails & Essentials: Garden Tequila Workshop

Finally a Cocktail class that teaches you how to transform classic cocktails with a modern wholistic approach!

Saturday, October 31st | 4PM

Welcoming all Cocktail Enthusiasts to create 3 unique cocktails utilizing an array of tequila & mezcal!

For this experience, we will be exploring the history of agave spirits and tasting unique cocktail themed for the season using an array of local herbs & spices!

This will incorporate the Dale DeGroff concept of bartending, a pioneer in 1960 for swapping artificial sour mix for fresh citrus and re-introducing the public to long-forgotten classics techniques of bartending.

Let’s transform a classic cocktail with fresh seasonal ingredients into a vibrant concoction that you can’t wait to show off to your friends!

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