Make Classic Dry Gin Cocktails at Home

With DIY cocktail kit delivered to you

Learn to make two delicious gin cocktails with an expert mixologist.

Shakespeare Distillery
Shakespeare Distillery
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1 hour Class size 8 to 100     label £40
How it works
Request your preferred time
Shakespeare Distillery (liquor license number: XRAW00000104980) will deliver a Box to you (a cocktail kit with what you'll need). You must be 18+ years old to purchase this Box. Shipping in the UK is free, and it should arrive within 5-7 business days. We ship nationwide.
Enjoy the online class - after booking, you'll get a link to join the interactive class.
Ready to escape into the delicious world of gin? Try this private cocktail masterclass live from Stratford Upon Avon's Shakespeare Distillery and learn to make two gin cocktails from the comfort of your own home.
If you're organising a virtual birthday party or are just keen to get together with friends, loved ones or teammates, this online cocktail making class is a brilliant option.
Led by expert mixologist Sam, you'll explore the art of creating a delicious gin cocktail using a selection of handcrafted spirits which we'll send straight to your door in advance of your class.
Your hour-long interactive experience includes:
  • a talk about the legends and myths of the cocktail world.
  • the chance to make and drink two different styles of dry gin cocktail.
  • a flair move tutorial (move over Mr Cruise!).
  • all the cocktail know-hows you'll need and the chance to ask any of your mixology questions!
If you're a fan of classic London Dry Gins, Shakespeare Distillery's Stratford Dry is definitely one to try and it'll make your homemade cocktails absolutely delicious! This lovingly handcrafted spirit is inspired by bygone pioneers who experimented with local home-grown flavours. It's made in small batches with authentic Tudor garden botanicals including rose, lemon balm, rosemary and old English lovage fused with the more familiar juniper, coriander and lemon peel - a modern gin with a twist of history!
Immerse yourself in this fun virtual cocktail masterclass for beginners and get to know the wonderful world of gin mixology.
Add-ons available for this class
  • Shakespeare Distillery Copa Glass (£5)
  • Basic three-piece cocktail making set (Boston cocktail shaker, Hawthorne strainer and a fine strainer) (£25)
  • Full six-piece cocktail making set (Boston cocktail shaker, Hawthorne strainer, fine strainer, muddler, bar spoon, measuring jigger) (£40)
You can add these when you book (optional).
Knowledge required
What you'll get in your cocktail kit
Your kit contains the spirits, mixers and syrups you need to make two cocktails for two people (four servings in total):
  • 1 x 20cl Stratford Dry Gin.
  • 1 x 5cl Mulberry Gin.
  • 1 x 5cl Sugar Syrup.
  • 1 x 200ml Fever-Tree Soda Water.
  • Cocktail recipe cards.
What you'll need
  • Cocktail shaker.
  • Hawthorne strainer.
  • Fine strainer.
Don’t worry if you haven’t already got these at home – you can buy these items as an add-on at check out if you'd like to!
In terms of your glassware:
  • A gin copa glass (or a very large wine glass).
  • A small tumbler/rocks glass.
For your cocktails and garnishes:
  • 2 x lemons.
  • crushed and cubed ice.
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Shakespeare Distillery
Shakespeare Distillery

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Shakespeare Distillery is an artisan spirit producer, established in 2015. Everything we produce is in small handcrafted batches, ensuring we can devote our time and attention to creating the best tasting spirits around.
Being based in Stratford upon Avon, we wanted to create something authentic to our area and what is more authentic to us than Shakespeare? Of course, we couldn’t distil the bard himself into a bottle but we could look at the Tudor period in which he lived and bring the essence of this into our spirits, the first of which is Stratford Gin.
The Tudor period was a significant time for spirit production, it was a time of change, the monasteries had a stranglehold on distillation (the process used to create an alcoholic spirit) and its primary purpose in their hands was medicinal. Thanks to Henry VIII’s dissolution of the monasteries the Tudor period became a time of great discovery, experimentation and innovation within the world of spirit production as people soon discovered it could be a very nice recreational drink too. Thanks, Henry!
At Shakespeare Distillery we aim to recapture this period of innovation by fusing traditional and in some cases forgotten ingredients with modern techniques to create exciting new spirits.

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