In your one hour Masterclass, we will be highlighting two mocktails. We will showcase fun techniques and share some pro tips to make you look like a master-mixologist for your next cocktail party, virtual or otherwise.
Step #1: Have your Mocktail kit opened and ready with equipment listed to the right on hand.
Step #2: Ensure that your technology works and everything is plugged in or charged.
Step #3: Ensure you have video and chat enabled.
Step #4: Get dressed to impress and ready to drink Mocktails!
What you need:
Your mocktail recipes can be found here.
Set up your equipment in your kitchen. Preferably near a burner or stove top. You will also need the following items or something similar to hand at your workspace.
- Access to running water
- 1 x Cutting board
- 1 x Paring knife or similar
- 1 x Peeler (good to have but not essential)
- 1 x Small pot
- 1 x Strainer
- 1 x Small bowl filled with ice
- 1 x Rocks glass or similar
- 2 x Martini glass or wine glass or champagne flute
- 2 x Cups of white sugar
- 1 x Egg
- 2 x Small side plates
- Measuring cups
- 1 x Teaspoon
- 1 x Wooden spoon
- 1 x Cocktail Shaker or Mason Jar
Meet your Mixologist
Michael Dorbyk is a dedicated hospitality veteran with over 20 years experience. As co-owner of the legendary Monarch Tavern he curated a collection of the finest rare Bourbon available in Ontario and oversaw a deliciously accessible bar program for thirsty Torontonians. Michael‘s love of the arts led to his opening of Bracebridge Hall, a gallery bar and live music venue located in the heart of Muskoka. His cocktail creation "The Bridge" was published in Corby Spirit new book titled “A Toast From Coast To Coast”. Michael is likely drinking a Manhattan at this very moment.