Drink up with a Cocktail Making Class during the hen weekend in Malta.
If, you're s over the usual Vodka and orange, learning how to make your own delicious cocktails on your hen weekend in Malta with our Cocktail Making Class is an absolute must!
Whether you are a Dry Martini, Cosmopolitan, Daiquiri, Margarita or Mojito kind of girl, you'll love learning to mix, mash and muddle these delicious boozy concoctions together during your hen weekend in Malta.
You're probably going to be drinking plenty of them anyway, so why not learn how to create some boozy concoction in this Cocktail Making Workshop.
Learning how to make all your favourite cocktails with your best friends, it can't get any better than that. This one is a crowd pleaser and perfect for your hen party in the party island of Malta.
Our sexy and charming barmen will teach you and the girls how to mix some of your favourite cocktails before you get the opportunity to make, and most importantly drink your own cocktail creations.
In the meantime, here are some cocktail recipes:
Because why not get in some practice, both practical and drinking before the Cocktail Making Class during the Amsterdam hen weekend.
2 limes cut in quarters
2 tsp of granulated sugar
Handful mint leaves plus an extra sprig to serve
60ml white rum
1. Muddle the limes, sugar and mint leaves in a small jug, crushing the mint as you go – you can use the end of a rolling pin for this. Pour into a tall glass and add a handful of ice.
2. Pour over the rum, stirring with a long-handled spoon. Top up with soda water, garnish with mint and serve. You can also do this is the class you'll be drinking out of.
1 lime wedge, plus 2 lime wheels to garnish
1 tablespoon coarse salt, for glass rims
4 ounces (120ml) high-quality Blanco Tequila
2 ounces (60ml) Cointreau
1 1/2 ounces (45ml) fresh juice from 2 limes
1. Run the lime wedge around the outer rims of 2 rocks glasses and dip rims in salt. Set aside.
2. In a cocktail shaker, combine tequila, Cointreau, and lime juice. Fill with ice and shake until thoroughly chilled, about 15 seconds (the bottom of a metal shaker should frost over).
3. Fill glasses with fresh ice and strain margarita into both glasses. Garnish with lime wheels and serve.
2 shots bourbon
1 shot sweet vermouth
2 dashes Angostura bitters
1 or 2 good-quality Maraschino cherries, for garnish
1. Fill a glass with ice. Add the bourbon, vermouth and bitters and stir to chill.
2. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with the cherries.
6-7 chunks of pineapple
1 teaspoon sugar
1 tablespoon coconut cream
50ml Bacardi Carta Blanco
50ml fresh pineapple juice
A pineapple triangle for garnishing
1. Place all your ingredients into the blender (apart from the garnish!) and blend until a smooth consistency
2. Pour into a chilled (or even better, frozen) glass, then add your garnish and serve
50ml Grey Goose vodka
35ml coffee liqueur
1 shot (25ml) of CRU Light Roast (or other) espresso
Coffee beans for garnishing
1. Pour the vodka, coffee liqueur and espresso into a cocktail shaker. Fill the martini glass with ice to chill and then fill the cocktail shaker with ice as well.
2. Put the other half of the shaker on top and give it a good tap to lock it in, then shake the living daylights out of it.
3. Empty the ice out of the Martini glass, then place the strainer on top of the shaker and pour the contents through a sieve directly into the glass. Using the strainer and the sieve helps create a rich, smooth, froth.
GOOD TO KNOW:
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