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Virtual Cocktail Party

Virtual Cocktail Party

with Mixologist Stacy Varn (Manager at Fluid Lounge)

Wednesday, October 14, 2020
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)

Event Details

If you thought “oh no, not another Zoom virtual event”, we are pleased to share that this will be one you will not want to miss! Please join your peers for a fun cocktail party with Mixologist Stacy Varn. Stacey will teach us how to make and master three cocktails – the Bramble, Mojito and Old Fashioned – to help get us through the rest of the year.
After you’ve made your drinks, you can hang out and chat with friends – old and new.
The following ingredients and tools are recommended to have on hand for the cocktail demonstrations:
Lemon juice
Simple syrup
Blackberry liqueur
Old Fashioned:
Simple syrup
Angostura bitter
Orange bitters
Aged rum
Mint leaves
Brown sugar simple
Angostura bitters
Cocktail shaker – If you don't have one, you can substitute with any drink container that has a lid
Jigger for measuring
Muddler – Or any kitchen tool that you can use to mash up some fruit in the bottom of a glass will work
Cocktail glass

For More Information:

Robert Carroll (Member)
Robert Carroll (Member)
CNPR Association Executive NCFAA (352)333-0333
Mixologist: Stacy Varn, Fluid Lounge
Having trouble logging into your member account? Contact us at We can help! Upon completion of your NCFAA registration, you will receive an additional Zoom email registration link. The purpose is to add an additional safety measure to ensure that our virtual events stay safe & secure for our members! Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions! 
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