Mixology Wine Institute Coupons and Deals
Like baking a cake, mixing a drink requires precise measurements and the restraint to not ingest so many ingredients that you ruin your own birthday party. Become a power-mixer with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $99 for a Mixology in the Kitchen class for two (a $450 value) $189 for a Mixology in the Kitchen class for four (a $900 value) $269 for a Mixology in the Kitchen class for six (a $1,350 value) During the four-hour class, attendees learn the basics of making cocktails at home. Classes cover how to organize a kitchen to serve alcohol, what tools ...
You've marveled at the skill of your favorite bartender and always wished that you could bring some of that panache to your own parties. Train with Mixology Wine Institute and learn how to set up and host your own home bar and treat your wine with the respect it needs to return the best flavor. $69 ($215 value) for wine tasting and seminar or a home bar training class for one person $99 ($430 value) for wine tasting and seminar or a home bar training class for two people Enjoy learning to mix standards and fun cocktails, plus maximize your guests' enjoyment of the wine you serve with dinner
Whether you'd rather be guzzling Gueuze or sipping Syrah, the experts at the Mixology Wine Institute in Cherry Hill can refine your taste in potables: • $69 ($215 value) for a four-hour wine seminar and tasting for one • $99 ($430 value) for a four-hour wine seminar and tasting for two The wine seminar/tasting, an institute staple since 2003, lets participants uncork the secrets of the vine, learning the characteristics of varietals from Pinot to Cab, how to pair food with wine, and how to appraise a wine list. • $69 ($215 value) for a four-hour beer seminar and tasting for one • $99 ($430 value) for a four-hour beer seminar and tasting for two The newer beer seminar/tasting -- taught by Kyle Sebring, a Cicerone-Certified Beer Server and manager of Philly's beloved beer shop, the Foodery -- hones in on the history and brewing of hops. Want more? Check out the Mixology Wine Institute on Facebook.