You love watching your local bartender make another one of those amazing cocktails you love so much? Ever wonder how he does it? At Spirit Lab our skilled and talented trainers will teach you all you need to know plus anything else you might desire. We have the set up to help you accomplish your goal. We have a course that can definitely help you become a great cocktail maker/bartender.
If you have acquired your license for bartending you might be working in a fine establishment and are content with your lot. But have you thought of taking your skills to the next level? It is possible with taking a cocktail course to learn how to properly prepare the latest and greatest cocktails, as well as classics. Imagine how much of a boost this could mean for your CV as well as just adding another fun dimension to your craft. Spirit Lab offers a course for cocktail making in London. Can you imagine the benefits of acquiring the how to and knowledge necessary to work in a cocktail bar in one of the trendiest cities in the world? The benefits are many.
An interesting trend in molecular mixology today is the ‘lava lamp cocktail’. A lava lamp is a decorative lamp in which multicoloured globules of wax are placed in a glass vessel that move round inside depending on the heat inside the lamp. Lava lamp cocktails look like these lamps and have little spheres or cocktail caviars that sink or float when dropped into a glass of carbonated drink. These cocktails are a visual delight. A new ternd in molecular mixology: Colourful lava lamps can be both alcoholic and non alcoholic cocktails. A delicious non alcoholic lava lamp that would captivate any youngster can be made with ginger ale or lime-soda into which is dropped a spoonful of freeze dried sweetened cranberry raisins. After a while the craisins move up and down in the glass. Flavoured ginger ale adds colour to the drink and looks beautiful when served with a decorative straw.
By now everybody has heard of the Negroni. It is one of the most trending cocktails this year. Its popularity has reached such heights that many bartenders are pre-batching them to ease their production during busy hours. At good cocktail classes you can learn how to make a perfect Negroni. Aperitifs are typically served before dinner to stimulate the appetite. Negroni is a delicious, refreshing aperitif made with one part gin, one part semi sweet red vermouth and one part Campari. It is served garnished with an orange peel. The sweetness of the vermouth offsets the bitterness of the Campari.