DINE and Destinations - - TORONTO -

“Where did you learn to do that?” I’m asked as I shake, swirl and blend like a pro. “Oh, its just a lit­tle some­thing I picked up on my trav­els,” I re­spond with a pass­ing shrug. But here’s the truth: Mar­tini Mad­ness, Fear No Beer, Divine Wine and Buena Barista Cof­fee at Bar­tenderone, are the most fun work­shops of­fered to mixol­o­gists and home en­thu­si­asts of all lev­els. Hands-on classes are in­for­ma­tive and in­ter­ac­tive, and we love to ex­per­i­ment and taste our own cre­ations. Get cer­ti­fied as a bar­tender, mas­ter molec­u­lar mixol­ogy, and take that new­found knowl­edge on the road when you travel, or at home when you host a party. It’s not about mem­o­riz­ing recipes; this is re­al­ity-based. While we have a good time, we know that each class is geared to­wards work­ing in the hos­pi­tal­ity in­dus­try, and so the teach­ing is pro­fes­sional. Be­hind a real bar, we learn to cre­ate cus­tom cock­tails in each of the five main spirit cat­e­gories; gourmet cof­fee bev­er­ages; the dif­fer­ences be­tween lagers and ales and how to pair with food; how to pour and dis­tin­guish aro­mas in wine; and even dare to Flare for show­stop­ping tricks. On a date, with friends, or go­ing-it alone—bar­tenderone is a unique evening ac­tiv­ity to add to our reper­toire of tricks and ex­pe­ri­ences.

95 King Street East, Suite B101, Toronto, ON


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