Last week we gave you lockdowns and lemons. Lockdown continues and so do the cocktails! This time we will take limes and something we spoke about in the previous class – celery saccharum.
Join us to shake and sip 3 cocktails together and wrap up another week with company and banter. Bring your cocktail questions for another social drinks online at Laneway Learning!
What will we cover?
In this class we will:
- Make 3 delicious surprise cocktail recipes, including one that made the UK finals of the Bacardi Legacy cocktail competition!
- Learn how to make celery saccharum, a great cocktail complement
- 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
- White, light or gold rum eg. Bacardi, Havana Club 3yo, etc.
- A few fresh limes. You need 2 juicy limes minimum
- A few fresh lemons. You need 1 medium to large lemon at a minimum
- Sugar. Plain white sugar or caster
- A bottle of sauvignon blanc eg. a typical NZ cold climate example with tropical notes
- Super fresh celery – still crunchy. Just a few stalks (or less than half a full celery)
- Fresh pineapple or pineapple juice (ideally fresh). Half a pineapple is sufficient. Juice at home, crush with a muddler or drop by your local juice bar to get a little bit. About 100ml is enough for 2 drinks.
- Optional: mint sprig (for garnish)
- Optional: fresh pink/ruby grapefruit (for garnish)
- 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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