Islington is the third smallest Borough, but biggest on cocktail making classes
If a Martini, shaken not stirred, makes no sense to you whilst watching your favourite film, then you might be interested in cocktail making lessons. Serving up a James Bond classic cocktail at your 30th birthday party will certainly impress your friends, but to make the moment more enjoyable, how about going as a group to a cocktail class in Islington? This is not only a fun way to pass an evening, but certainly adds a much needed skill to your repertoire.
Book your hen party in one of the venues we know and you will have a fun time as you get behind the bar and learn how to make your favourite cocktail. Gather a group of your friends for a birthday celebration and let your hair down with a night out in Islington.
It is a pity that James Bond is too busy saving the UK, and of course the rest of the world to show you how his classic cocktail is made. But help is at hand because we know dedicated bartenders who can teach you all you need to know in superb Islington bars.
Islington is after all the darling of the crown. The third smallest local authority in London doesn’t mean Islington is not a prime candidate for one of the best areas for cocktail making classes. In fact it is the perfect opportunity for a small community to become even more closely knit. Islington has a rich history, the majority of the town belonged to religious institutions and then in true Tudor style, was taken over by aristocracy.
Daisy the first dairy cow was more than likely from Islington, as it supplied The West end of London with butter, milk and cream. The Second World War left its mark on Islington and its survival was severely doubted towards the end of the twentieth century.
After a lot of local investment, the restoration and maintenance of the residential as well as commercial sections quickly restored Islington to its former glory. Now Islington is fast becoming one of the party areas of London. In desperate need to celebrate its restoration, working class folk needed to let their hair down and party in style.
Learning how to make cocktails is an incredible way to achieve just that. Cocktail classes are now fast replacing time spent in front of the telly or sitting playing games on your phone.
Social media is now used to invite your friends to a cocktail making class and enjoying the day’s work successes, hen parties, engagement parties, bachelorette parties, office nights out and team building events.
Once you have enjoyed a night of learning how to make and enjoy the perfect James Bond martini you can head on down to the Royal Agricultural Hall for your next mission briefing. You’ll be astounded at the rich historical value of this Hall.
Another place of interest in Islington to enjoy after your cocktail making class is the University of the Arts, a sure fire way for you to appreciate the creative talent Islington has to offer.
Islington Museum is another old gem that often gets forgotten post cocktails, however, it is definitely worth the trip. In fact, a second trip is recommended to ensure that none of the history is lost on you. If you are however a Gunners fanatic, this is also the place to be as it hosts an Arsenal exhibition. If you only go for one reason, go for this one. After your cocktail class of course.
Didn’t know you could have so much fun at our works night out. Never imagined my boss behind the bar shaking cocktails. Now he has a miniature cocktail shaker on his desk to remind him to let his hair down every so often. Great bartender and booking though My Cocktail Masterclass was a breeze.
Had an amazing time, I would definitely recommend this, and will be returning again one day. An excellent start to a good night out. Thanks Again