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It’s Cocktail Time in Cuba Class at The Culinary Stone

It’s Cocktail Time in Cuba Class at The Culinary Stone

Learn how Cuba preserved American cocktail traditions during the 1920s. We’ll capture the energy that took hold of Havana, as Americans flocked to drink, gamble, and party in the tropical climes of the Caribbean. It’s the story of the great rum come back and it’s a...
A is for Absinthe Class at The Culinary Stone

A is for Absinthe Class at The Culinary Stone

SECOND CLASS ADDED! The class on July 7 SOLD OUT so we’ve added one on 7/21. What is absinthe and why the bad reputation? This class explores the story of the ingredient that Hemingway  described as “that opaque, bitter, tongue-warming, brain-warming,...
A is for Absinthe Class at The Culinary Stone

A is for Absinthe Class at The Culinary Stone

What is absinthe and why the bad reputation? This class explores the story of the ingredient that Hemingway  described as “that opaque, bitter, tongue-warming, brain-warming, idea-changing liquid alchemy.” From Picasso to Toulouse-Lautrec, absinthe enjoyed popularity...
Rum in America Cocktail Class at Hogwash Whiskey Den

Rum in America Cocktail Class at Hogwash Whiskey Den

Rum was not the official drink of pirates but it was for the American colonies. This class explores the stories, drinks, and mixology around RUM. Full details and tickets HERE. Join bartender extraordinaire, Simon Moorby, and yours truly for a class that will have you...
The Drinks of Spain Cocktail Class at The Culinary Stone

The Drinks of Spain Cocktail Class at The Culinary Stone

Learn the history of Spain’s native drink, sherry. Sherry was once a favorite during America’s Golden Age of Cocktails in the late 1800s then disappeared during Prohibition. It is enjoying attention today, and it should. Yes, sherry is trending and we’ll taste...