Aspen Mixology Class
Mixologists are the rock stars of the culinary world, offering a depth of knowledge that elevates dining to an experience. Whether you’re an aspiring chef or a curious enthusiast, this Aspen Mixology class offers an invaluable window into the processes, properties and nuances of spirits, delivering an education in cocktails that’s coveted in the industry.
Add a new skill set today, or satisfy a curiosity for this essential element of a cultivated epicurean lifestyle, with a course that covers a breadth of topics.
*Students must be at least 21 years of age to attend Introduction to Mixology.
What To Expect:
- The processes of fermentation and distillation
- The tools of the trade and how to properly use them
- Each attendee receives three hours of how-to in the taste and evaluatation of the major categories of spirits
- The principal cocktails of each spirit type and how to make them
This Aspen Mixology class is interactive and everyone will participate in the tasting and evaluating of spirits as well as in the shaking and stirring of several cocktails.
Quench your thirst for knowledge, explore this up and coming foodie trend, or simply impress your guests at your next gathering.
When you register for a class, you reserve a slot that determines how much food we buy, how many work stations we set up, and calculates into the total number of students, which determines whether the class will be held.
If Mawa’s Kitchen cancels a class due to low enrollment, all payments and deposits will be refunded in full.
If you cancel a registration, you must notify us by phone at least seven (7) calendar days before the date of the class. You can send another person in your place or transfer to another class of your choice, based upon availability.
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NOTE: No refunds, transfers, gift cards or credits will be issued if you cancel fewer than seven calendar days prior to the class date. We cannot provide refunds, transfers, or offer makeup sessions for classes missed as a result of illness, job loss, personal emergencies, or events beyond our control.