Virtual Cocktail Class: Learn Our Mixologists’ Top Tips for Seductive Sips

February 11, 2013 in Further Viewing,News

Virtual Cocktail Class - Taste

On January 31st, 2013, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts went behind the bar with top mixologists from Four Seasons Hotel Washington D.C., Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore and Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis where we learned to concoct three seductive sips, just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Virtual Cocktail Class - Taste

Watch as Guy Rigby, Vice President of Food and Beverage for the Americas, shares his insight on cocktail trends and what’s new and exciting in the bars and restaurants of Four Seasons and Elizabeth Pizzinato, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications chats about TASTE and why life’s best moments are made better with a cocktail. Click on the Adam and Eve Cocktail the Mad-Hatten or the Seduction Cocktail to try your own hand at mixing these seductive sips with the Virtual Cocktail Class how-to videos and recipes.

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