With staying in officially the new “going out” during the lockdown, Boë Gin has launched a virtual Cocktail Club.
The hottest opening this week, the new club will see some of the best bartenders from around the UK come together to show viewers how they can bring a touch of class to their weekend tipples.
No cocktail shaker? No problem. Guest bartenders will use items readily available to most households to help make your cocktail taste like it was mixed by a pro.
This is an opportunity to fast-track your cocktail-making skills and learn some of the secrets of the trade.
It all takes place this Saturday, April 4, at 7pm. Travelling bartender Neil Patterson – who has created cocktails for the likes of Joey Essex and Amy MacDonald – will be opening the doors to the virtual club on Facebook Live to anyone over the age of 18.
Neil will be on-air to answer any questions from guests, as well as creating a range of spectacularly easy at-home cocktails. All accompanied by the club’s personal Spotify playlist as well as some special VIP discounts and prizes on offer to viewers.
This is the first in a series of Boe Cocktail Club nights taking place every Saturday over the coming weeks, helping viewers turn their living rooms into the new cocktail bar.
Andrew Richardson, Director at Boë Gin, says: “Despite a change of venue, the last thing we want everyone to do is feel bored at home on their weekends. We want to give them a chance to learn some easy at-home cocktails with some of the UK’s best bartenders – a chance to add some colour and fun to a night spent staying in in.”
The virtual club doors open from this Saturday and can be accessed through the Boë Gin Facebook page.