Ever wanted to make your own fresh margaritas? Thanks to the magic of the internet, I'll show you how to create your own fresh margaritas from scratch. In this virtual mixology class, you'll learn how to take ingredients and materials from your kitchen and turn them into delicious margaritas. For this virtual mixology class, we'll use only fresh-from-the-garden ingredients to create 3 margaritas: a watermelon margarita, a spicy jalapeño margarita, and a rosemary + ginger margarita. "Fresh tastes best" is our motto- you won't find a drop of food coloring or artificial ingredient in this class. In this class, you'll learn how to use bar tools like a professional. I'll also show you my favorite bar tool replacements- like a mason jar and wooden spoon. You'll learn how to prepare your ingredients, create your own infused simple syrups, and shake your own fresh cocktails, all using techniques from our creative cocktail studio. You'll leave this class feeling like a bona fide bartender.
I'm the founder of Fancy Sips- the first creative cocktail studio. I've transformed my mobile bar business into a hands-on cocktail studio where guests can learn how to make their own fresh drinks. In the last year, I've developed over 120 cocktail recipes and taught over 100 mixology classes in Nashville, TN. I love sharing the magic of mixology with our guests.
Fresh fruit: watermelon and jalapeño pepper
Fresh herbs: rosemary and ginger root
Sugar (or your favorite sweetener, such as honey, agave, etc.)
Salt (this is optional)
在电脑或移动设备上免费下载 Zoom。 预订后，您会收到一封电子邮件，其中提供了加入体验的链接和参与方式详细说明。
"While you're at home, I'll be in my kitchen, located in Nashville, Tennessee. I'll show you my personal bar cart, including my favorite tools and glassware. When you click the link in your confirmation email and join my experience, make sure your audio and video are on so you can ask questions along the way."
只想和亲朋好友一起参加吗？ Samantha将开展体验包场，最多可接待 10 名参与者，价格 $200起。
You can view this experience from your computer, phone, or tablet. I'll show you how to make these cocktails with professional bar tools (cocktail shaker, muddler, etc.) and how to make them with everyday kitchen items (mason jar, wooden spoon, etc.).