Gastro Obscura: Mixology Zone, Intro to Sugar and Acid in Cocktails - Atlas Obscura Experiences

Gastro Obscura: Mixology Zone, Intro to Sugar and Acid in Cocktails

$25 per device Online Experience
1 hour
Up to 275 people
Your hosts, Dave Arnold and Don Lee
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$25 per device
Cocktails
New York, New York
$25 per person
Cocktails
New York, New York See Dates
What We’ll Do

Using widely available pantry staples Dave Arnold and Don Lee will show the underlying structure to all “sour” type cocktails such as the Daiquiri, Margarita, Gimlet, Sidecar, etc. Then they’ll take it one step further to explain how you can “adjust” the sugar and acid levels to make your own cocktail ingredients at home. They'll show you how to make your own syrups and acids and the best way to include them in mixing your own cocktails.


Don Lee and Dave Arnold are Co-Owners and “Bar Backs” at Existing Conditions, a new bar in Greenwich Village co-created with fellow Cocktail Kingdom’s Greg Boehm. Existing Conditions marries science, classic cocktails and hospitality to serve precisely-crafted, approachable and delicious drinks in a fun and welcoming atmosphere.


Once registered, guests will receive a password-protected link to participate in the Zoom experience. Guests will also be sent a list of ingredients and supplies in advance so they can mix along with the hosts!


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What Else You Should Know

Once registered, guests will receive a password-protected link to participate in the Zoom experience. Guests will also be sent a list of ingredients and supplies in advance so they can cook along with the host.

Group Size

There are 275 spots available on this experience.

Dates and Availability
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