We continue our exploration of cocktails on a theme ingredient in Melbourne lockdown 6! This time it’s the rouge and booze that’s the delicious raspberry. Raspberries are a very flexible ingredient so let’s try them in drinks as fresh fruit, as a jam and as a liqueur (Chambord).
Get the ingredients and follow along at home!
What will we cover?
In this class we will:
- Make 3 delicious raspberry cocktail recipes
- Tips and tricks
- Styling and glassware options
- Ask all our cocktail questions
What will we need?
- Lots of fresh ice
- Something to shake with (cocktail shaker, sealed drink bottle, tightly lidded jam jar)
- Cocktail measure, jigger or tea/table spoons
- Muddler or similar
- A variety of suitable common glass types (tall/collins, coupe/martini, short/rocks)
Join in making any of the following drinks. You’re not required to have ingredients for all cocktails below – just all the ingredients for at least 1 of the options!
Drink A: Tequila (reposado), Chambord, 1 fresh lemon, sparkling (white) wine. If you don’t have reposado you can use silver/blanco)
Drink B: Your choice of base spirit, Chambord, fresh pineapple juice, fresh lime
Drink C: Gin (dry), fresh lemon, raspberries (fresh, frozen or jam), optional egg white/aquafaba.
- Closed Captions
- Early Bird Cheap Tix
- Free Tix for First Nation Attendees
- Auslan Interpreter Upon Request
Who will be teaching?
Simon began adult life disliking alcohol in all forms after repeated unsuccessful attempts to be friends with beer, rum/coke and tequila sunrises. But a chance encounter with a vodka, lime and soda was his gateway drink into a classic daiquiri at the famed cocktail bar Der Raum. Since then Simon become an avid barfly visiting cocktail bars around the world in Europe, America, Asia, NZ and Australia as well as being good friends with gin, rum, whiskey and wheat beers. More recently Simon has been creating at-home cocktail experiences and teaching friends to make tasty drinks all around the world whether it’s a Melbourne balcony, a villa in Tuscany, an apartment in Paris or on a sailing boat in San Francisco Bay.
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