The Molecular Mixology Course is a one day exploration into the world of molecular mixology and cocktail creation. Shaker BarSchool innovated the worlds first course covering the applications of molecular mixology for practical use in a bar environment. Since its creation in 2007 the Molecular Mixology Course has trained 100s of bartenders from across the globe.
Over the last several years Molecular Mixology or MM has become common practices and making its way onto the menus of some of the best cocktail bars in the world making cocktails a full sensory experience for the drinker.
Taking inspiration from some of the worlds top chefs including Pierre Gagnaire, Heston Blumenthal and Ferran Adria, you will learn the cutting edge techniques to make flavoured caviar and ravioli (see Mango Pina Colada disguised as a boiled egg), light and heavy foams and airs, jellies and explore some forgotten classic drinks categories, modern twists and competition winning recipes.
The Molecular Mixology Course will introduce you into this world and open up a playground for you to experiment and create world class cocktails.
This course covers the unique techniques used in cutting edge luxury cocktails and the practical applications of science in the bar. We kick things off with an introduction to the science of taste and flavour and explore the sensory experience of drinking.
Starting with the basics we teach homemade sodas and foams and teach students how to make their own bitters from scratch, no distillery needed!!!
Trade and consumer
25% Theory/75% Practical
Shaker BarSchool® certificate of attendance (e-certificate)
14th July 2018, 10th November 2018
Shaker BarSchool C/O Shaker UK Limited, The Old Rectory House Hotel, Ipsley Lane, Ipsley, Redditch, Worcestershire B98 0AP
The essential cocktail training course for anyone looking for a career in professional barending and the drinks and hospitality industry. This course encompasses all of our professional courses taking you from entry level through to accomplished advanced bartender or mixol...Read More