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Cocktail masterclass at Rise46

Become a master of mixology

Here at Rise 46 we pride ourselves on our extensive menu of well crafted cocktails. Whether they be the classics or one of our own creations, the art of mixology is something we take very seriously and this is your opportunity to be part of it! Whether you're just curious about how your favourite cocktails are made, you want to start your night off by doing something a little differently or whether you simply just want to impress your friends, our Master Classes are both informative and fun! Classes take around an hour, include the sampling of ones own creations and include a 20% discount on all further cocktails purchased for the rest of the evening!

THE CHARLIE CHAPLIN £20 pp

Chaplin once said that 'a day without laughter is a day wasted.' Well we are of the opinion that 'a day without a cocktail is a day wasted!" With a Bubbles reception to begin with, one of our experienced bartenders will then take you through the history, process and making of two different cocktails. If there are particular cocktails you'd like to make just let us know...although may we suggest heading to the Classics section as the knowledge of how to make the perfect Mojito is quite frankly a life skill!

THE GREAT GATSBY £30 pp

The roaring twenties were known as time filled with excess, glamour, decadence and unashamedly brilliant cocktails! Fitzgerald's iconic character of Jay Gatsby perhaps most typifies the age and perfectly represents our most indulgent masterclass package. With a Bubbles reception to begin with, one of our experienced bartenders will then take you through the history, process and making of three different cocktails along with a selection of nibbles to accompany your drink. If there are particular cocktails you'd like to make just let us know..although may we suggest choosing one from our Twenties section and pretending you're on Long Island in the summer of 1922!