Online Mixology Class: Make Advanced Whiskey Cocktails
Thu, Jun 8th
Fri, Jun 9th
Sat, Jun 10th
Thu, Jun 8th
During this interactive virtual whiskey tasting class, Scotch Steward Kirsty will guide you through the fundamentals of advanced whiskey cocktails. Across three drinks, you'll learn the ins and outs of whiskey while creating unique whiskey cocktails using professional techniques. In this class, you'll make a tart smoked Trinidad sour, tropical coconut oil-washed bourbon tiki and fruity hibiscus-infused old-fashioned.
Smoked Trinidad Sour
With bitters, lemon and almond
Washed Bourbon Tiki
With coconut oil, lime, lemongrass and bitters
Hibiscus Infused Old Fashioned
With clove and orange
Chef demonstrates each step and assists you as you perform each step.
Ask questions and have the chef check your progress.
- Recipes Recipes are sent in your booking confirmation.
- Ingredients Ingredients can be adapted for dietary restrictions or lack of availability.
- Technology Connect with the chef 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 Minimum 6 devices
- Class Maximum 20 devices
- Event Duration 60 minutes
Almond simple syrup (orgeat)
Mesquite wood chips
Small wooden board
3-4 quart containers or Tupperware with lids
Guest reviews for Scotch Steward Kirsty
27 Mar 2021
Fun, personable, and brimming with knowledge. I loved her take on these cocktails and appreciated the foundational knowledge.
$ 25 Per device
60-minute class hosted on Zoom. Tax included.
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As the bar manager of a well-regarded distillery located just outside of Austin, Texas, Scotch Steward Kirsty wears many hats. Whether she's leading customers through tastings, guiding tours of the distillery, creating inspired craft cocktails that highlight the unique spirit of a drink, or teaching mixology classes, Scotch Steward Kirsty’s passion for leading others in the exploration of their spirits is always shining.