Bitters are a classic cocktail ingredient with a somewhat elusive production process requiring careful measures and lots of patience. From dried botanicals and fresh ingredients in a base of high ABV alcohol, bitters introduce a concentration of flavor and aroma to beverages with the smallest of amounts. This course will teach you how to make your own quality and original bitters to enhance any number of cocktails.
Bitters make a special edition to a cocktail menu and this course will enhance your creativity and focus to deliver an exceptional product. Students will be able to match bitter tastings to a cocktail program, a great first step in making any bar self sufficient with the added benefit of lowering costs. This is also a great team-building exercise. You will be taking home 4 small bottles of different bitters made with your own hands.
All materials, such as tools and equipment, will be provided at no additional cost. Students are required to bring a small notebook and pen to class and are expected to take notes throughout. Course handouts and study guide will also be provided to each student.
Each class is 3 hours. There will be a total of two classes. The total time required is 6 hours.
Class 1: Sun, Jan 21, 2018; 3:00-6:00pm
Class 2: Sun, Feb 4, 2018; 3:00-6:00pm
All course schedules are subject to change.
The course and all its materials will be administered in English.
The course fee is 4000 THB. Payment must be made in full no later than 1 week prior to start of course.
About the Instructor
Joseph Boroski calls himself a Mixsultant™. This is meant to express (as best as one word can) his deep passion for cocktail culture and his role as one of the world’s prominent bar consultants. He is the founder of BAR:School and the namesake of J.Boroski in Bangkok and Hong Kong. Passionate about quality ingredients and premium spirits, Joseph is frequently globe-trotting with a straightforward and all- important two-part plan: searching the earth for what’s new, what’s different, what’s next in the international bar scene; and sharing the knowledge and the experience.