Cocktails & Cheese Class
September 30 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm$95
Cocktails & cheese… never has there been a more glorious pairing.
For this special class, we’re pairing up with Life.Love.Cheese to teach you how to mix up craft cocktails and create gorgeous, delicious cheese boards at home.
For the mixology portion, our very own Bartender & Spirits Specialist, Christine, will cover everything you need to know on how to make cocktails at home. Learn about mixology techniques, tools, glassware, garnishes, and everything in between. You’ll practice your skills by making two cocktails featuring Short Path Distillery spirits, and of course, enjoy your creations.
In between drinks, Kimi, owner of Life.Love.Cheese will will teach you how to arrange one of their famous grazing boards. Learn about the many different types of cheeses, and how to cut and arrange your cheese alongside meats, fruits, nuts, jams, and more. You may enjoy your finished board onsite or take it home with you. We’ll also include some treats for you to snack on during the class.
This class will take place in the covered portion of our outdoor patio. If you want to stick around after the class, you can head over to our cocktail bar which will be open to the public until 11:30pm.
Note: A ticket must be purchased in order to attend this event. This class size is extremely limited and expected to sell out. Due to the limited class size, we do not accept refunds at any time due to any reason. Please be sure to let us know if you have any allergies.
About Kimi Ceridon
Kimi, the owner of Life Love Cheese, bought her first Community Supported Agriculture vegetable share from when she was working as an innovation manager in the technology sector. That first season opened her eyes to the amazing food producers living right in her own backyard. Hooked on supporting the local food system, she set out to try as many artisan products as she could get her hands on.It wasn’t long before Kimi’s love of food led her to enroll in the culinary program at Boston University and eventually get a master’s degree in Gastronomy. At BU, she focused on local food systems while earning both a Culinary Arts and an Artisan Cheese Certificate. She also attended the Sterling College Artisan Cheese Institute in Vermont’s artisan cheese country.