Summer Sippers with Gin! - Interactive Mixology Class

LivestreamToronto, Canada


ChefsFeed Experiences cooking classes are a chance to virtually connect with chefs and bartenders, learn simple cooking tricks and tips, and most importantly, support the culinary community through this difficult time. 100% of ticket sales go directly to the host or their business to help support the hospitality industry. --- Summer is around the corner and this class has JUST what you need to create the perfect cocktail for you and your guests, suitable for any fun under the sun from Brunch to BBQ's! Toronto based, award winning bartender Evelyn Chick will show you how to use one bottle of gin in FOUR tasty and easy to follow recipes, made with utensils found around the house (no bar tools? no problem!) Check out the menu ahead of time (below) so you can follow along on this fun-filled happy hour!

Menu detail

Easy recipe done in one mason jar! Refreshing, fruity, herbal - pick your own adventure. Liquids: 2oz Gin (I picked Aviation Gin) 1/2 oz Honey 2oz Soda Fruit/ Herbs: 1 Lemon Basil/ Mint or Berries (or both!) Tools: 1 Mason Jar (500ml) 1 measuring jigger (tablespoon works) Ice
Peach Please!
This cocktail combines 3 of my favourite things - wine, peach and gin! Made again in a mason jar, this is a great way to enhance those beautiful herbal notes in your gin with little added sugar. Liquid: 1oz Gin ( I picked Aviation) 3oz White Wine (old wine/red wine works too) 1/2oz Lemon Juice 1/2oz Honey Fruit: 2 wedges ripened peach (frozen works too) 1 sprig mint Other: Angostura Bitters (optional) Tools: 1 Mason Jar (500ml) Ice 1 measuring Jigger
Gin Ginger Fizz
This frothy, spritz-y beverage is totally customizable! A lil ginger adds a bit of a kick to an otherwise, perfect classic. Liquid: 2oz Gin 0.75oz Lemon Juice (1 Lemon) 3oz Soda/ Sparkling Water Fruit/ Herbs: 1 small knob ginger (or 1/4 teaspoon grated ginger) Other: 1 tablespoon White Sugar 1 egg White Tools: Shaker Tin (or a gym bottle/ thermos) Fine Strainer (tea strainer works) Measuring Jigger (tablespoon works) Tall Collins Glass
Bittersweet G+T
This bittersweet number is herbal and dry, for those who want to elevate their Gin & Tonic experience! Liquid: 1oz Gin ( I picked Aviation) 1/2 oz Campari 3/4 oz Grapefruit Juice (preferably fresh) 3oz Tonic Herbs/ Fruit: 1 Grapefruit Peel 1 Rosemary/ Thyme/ Tarragon Tools: Wine Glass Ice Bar Spoon (or chopstick)


Just A Lil Tip
Recipe E-Book & Instructions (with Photos!)