2005-2006 COCKTAIL PRESENTATIONS

HOLIDAY COCKTAILS AT THE NY MARRIOTT MARQUIS
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2005 6:30-8pm (in New York City)                  

Dale DeGroff holds a holiday themed cocktail presentation at the
NY Marriott Marquis.
To register call 212 704 8849
WHERE: Times Square Terrace right outside the Broadway Lounge.


FAMOUS NEW ORLEANS COCKTAILS
MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN COCKTAIL SEMINARS
Single class $45 when you register online now , $50 at door
Tuesday, February 28 2006, 5:30 - 7pm ( in Washington DC)      
Join cocktail historian Phil Greene for this fun and educational drink presentation focusing on the Sazerac and other famous classic New Orleans drinks, their history and how to prepare them. Among Phil's ancestors was Antoine Amedee Peychaud, the nineteenth-century New Orleans pharmacist who concocted Peychaud's Bitters and is credited by many with coining the term cocktail.


THE INSTITUTE FOR CULINARY EDUCATION in conjunction with
The Museum of the American Cocktail Presents:

MIXED, MUDDLED & SHAKEN;
The Curious History of the American Cocktail

Dale DeGroff and David Wondrich will escort you through the highways and byways of more than two centuries' worth of cocktail history, as you learn how to make some of the finest examples of the bartender's art. Drinks will include the original “Cock-Tail,” the Brandy Smash, the Enchantress, Champagne Cobbler, General Harrison's Egg Nog, and other great classic and original drinks. Enjoy this hands-on seminar and the wonderful collection of cocktail memorabilia at The Museum of the American Cocktail's new location in New York
Aprl 18th, 2006 6-8 pm at BALANCE 215 W. 28 St, New York, NY
Register through: http://www.iceculinary.com

BAR TRAINING
DVD