Learn how to make ‘adaptogen’ and ‘nootropic’ cocktails in London

The cocktail bar ‘Sweeties’ located on the 10th floor at The Standard, London is set to host its first masterclass next month.

The 90-minute sip-a-long masterclass will be led by head mixologist Jack Sotti, who will teach guests how to make three of Sweeties’ most popular adaptogen and nootropic-rich cocktails.

The cocktails will include: Frothy Boi: The sour-inspired serve with Chase GB extra dry gin, lacto-raspberry, bay leaf, pink salt and fermented fluffy oats; Pick Me Up: The old-fashioned favourite with Ciroc vodka, Eminente rum, coffee, mushroom, caramel and burnt butter; Love & Happiness: Sweeties’ twisted take on a spritz with Ciroc vodka, Melonade, single estate olive oil, green apple cordial and green tea.

Tickets for the masterclass, which will be held on Sunday 20 November, are priced at £50 per person and include a welcome drink and three cocktails. Each can be purchased via Eventbrite.

Sweeties originally opened at The Standard, London back in February, serving a menu of naturally mood-boosting cocktails by mixologists Jack Sotti and Todd Austin, with a particular focus on feel-good ingredients.

The cocktail menu at the Shawn Hausman-designed bar is renowned for its energising “adaptogens” and “nootropics” and plays host to an evolving line-up of international DJs against the backdrop of the London skyline.

This article was originally published by the drinks business and has been shared with permission.

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