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Downtown Tucson’s 47 Scott is hosting a series of cocktail demos from Saturday, November 18 – Saturday, December 16.
During the month-long series, the bartenders will walk you through five essential eras of cocktails.
It’s an opportunity for you to spend Saturday evening on the restaurant’s patio learning about libations from the Golden Era to the Expats.
Each class includes a seminar, demo, an explanation of the spirits used, samples of up to 10 cocktails, and some light snacks as well.
Admission is $25 per person. Be sure to make your reservations soon because each class is limited to 25 people.
4:30 – 6 p.m. Saturday, November 18
The drinks everyone should try, know, and love
- Tom Collins
- Classic Daiquiri
- Whisky Smash
- Philadelphia Fish-House Punch
- Japanese Cocktail
- Sherry Cobbler
To make reservations for “The Originals” class, visit event.bookitbee.com.
The Golden Era
4:30 – 6 p.m. Saturday, November 25
Covering the boozy late 19th and early 20th centuries
- Star Daisy
- Brown Derby
- Bobby Burns
To make reservations for “The Golden Era” class, visit event.bookitbee.com.
4:30 – 6 p.m. Saturday, December 2
Prohibition-era cocktails created when the party left America
- The Bee’s Knees
- Pisco Sour
- French 75
- Pink Lady
- Pegu Club
- Hemingway Daiquiri
- Tequila Sunset
- Tangier Nights
To make reservations for “The Expats” class, visit event.bookitbee.com.
4:30 – 6 p.m. Saturday, December 9
Everyone’s favorite party drinks
- The Hotel
- Nacional Especial
- Cameron’s Kick
- Corpse Reviver #2
- Singapore Sling
- Suffering Bastard
- Mai Tai Saint House
- Jungle Bird
To make reservations for the “Tiki” class, visit event.bookitbee.com.
Rediscovered Vintage & Modern Classics
4:30 – 6 p.m. Saturday, December 16
Some old, some new, and all delicious
- The Grasshopper
- Last Word
- Paper Plane
- Oaxacan Old Fashioned
- Vieux Carre
To make reservations for the “Rediscovered Vintage & Modern Classics” class, visit event.bookitbee.com.
47 Scott is located at 47 N. Scott Ave. between Pennington and Congress.