Cocktail Kits

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  • Breakfast Martini Cocktail Tutorial
    Expert mixologist Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay shows you how to make this famous twist on the classic Martini using gin, cointreau, lemon juice and marmalade. Despite the name you can enjoy this cocktail at any time of the day although replacing your marmalade on toast with this could prove interesting to say the least! Check out the video below to see how easy it is to make.
    £46.99
  • Old Fashioned Cocktail Tutorial
    Make the most classic cocktail of them all with this Old Fashioned Cocktail Kit. This cocktail is widely hailed as the drink that originally started the cocktail trend; basically there wouldn't be cocktails without this boozy little number! This cocktail is unashamedly strong and but is gorgeous providing you like bourbon. To make this you will need bourbon, angostura bitters, old fashioned bitters (all of which are included in this kit) and sugar cubes. Watch the talented Ian Vasey of theBedruthan Hotel in Newquay show you how to create this classic masterpiece.
    £45.99
  • Dirty Martini Cocktail Tutorial
    A little twist on the classic Martini that adds a few extra layers of depth to the mix. For this you will need gin, vermouth, orange bitters (all of which are in the kit), olives and extra virgin olive oil. Watch the video below to see Mr. Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay show you how to make it.
    £59.99
  • Ritten And Silk Cocktail Tutorial
    The Ritten And Silk cocktail uses some high quality ingredients to create a smooth and velvety drink that is deep and complex. This isn't the simplest or cheapest cocktail to make but the end results are worth it both from a visual and taste perspective. To make this you will need a bottle of Rittenhouse 100, Mozart Dry Chocolate Spirit, Chocolate Bitters, Whisky Barrel Bitters (these are all supplied in the kit), maple syrup, coffee beans and chocolate. See Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay show you how to make this cocktail that's sure to impress anyone you make it for.
    £89.99
  • Never Rub Another Mans Rhubarb Cocktail Tutorial
    Never Rub Another Mans Rhubarb is a twist on a classic Mojito and its name is taken from a famous Jack Nicholson quote. This cocktail is the brainchild of Ian Vasey who is the head mixologist at the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay. To make this you will need some white rum, rhubarb liqueur (all of which is supplied in the kit), lime, sprig of mint and some jam. Watch the video below to see just how easy it is to make.
    £35.99
  • Clover Club Cocktail Tutorial
    The Clover Club is a cocktail from the 1920s and is named after an infamous New York club where notorious gangsters and the like would congregate and gamble into the small hours of the morning. This is a gin based cocktail but has a delightful raspberry taste. To majke this cocktail you will need gin, raspberry liqueur, peychauds bitters, raspberry sugar syrup (all of which are included in the kit), a lemon and an egg. Watch the masterful Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay show you how its made in the video below.
    £54.99
  • Amaretto Sour Cocktail Tutorial
    This classic cocktail is a sure fire party favourite and a member of the sours cocktail family that includes the likes of Margaritas and Whisky Sours. The sweetness in this drink makes it good for casual drinkers as well as die hard cocktail fans. To make it you will need a decent amaretto, apricot liqueur, angostura bitters (all in the kit), plus a lemon, egg and a pinch of salt. Watch Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay in the video below whip this up in no time at all.
    £50.99
  • Blood And Sand Cocktail Tutorial
    The Blood And Sand cocktail is named after a 1922 Rudolph Valentino film of the same name about a bull fighter. It was the trend in those times to name cocktails after the films of the day and this is a proper classic, the cocktail not the film! To make this you will need some scotch, martini rossso, cherry liqueur (all of which are in the kit), an orange, lemon and brandied cherries. Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay once again presents a masterclass on how to whip one of these up in no time at all.
    £62.99
  • Corpse Reviver # 2 Cocktail Tutorial
    The corpse reviver family of cocktails goes back a very long time and were originally intended as a hangover cure, albeit a hair of the dog one! The majority of these recipes have been unfortunately lost over the passage of time but several were printed in the Savoy Cocktail Handbook in 1930. The Corpse Reviver # 2 is a gin based drink and the most popular corpse reviver. It's very alcoholic but also extremely delicious! You will need gin, cointreau, absinthe, blanco vermouth (all of which are included in the kit), lemon, lime and Maraschino cherries. Watch Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay show you how to make one in a few minutes.
    £99.99
  • Cosmopolitan Cocktail Tutorial
    The drink that everyone loved in the nineties shot to fame through its association with Sarah Jessica Parker's character Carrie Bradshaw in the hit show Sex And The City and is still as delicious now as it was then. All you need to make this cocktail is vodka, cointreau, orange bitters (all included in the kit), orange zest, lime and cranberry juice. Although many believe the Cosmopolitan to be a more modern cocktail, there are hints that it could date back to the 1930s as it is very similar to the Kamikaze cocktail. Its origin is very unclear as there are many stories and claims of creation from lots of different sources. Either way it doesn't matter as it tastes great so let Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay show you how it's made.
    £57.99
  • Manhattan Cocktail Tutorial
    The Manhattan is certainly a classic cocktail as its origins can be traced back to the mid to late 1800s New York. It is one of five cocktails named after the Big Apple's boroughs. This is a very boozy cocktail and isn't for the faint of heart as you have to be able to hold your liquor! There are many variations on this cocktail but here we will show you what is deemed to be the 'classic' serve. You will need a good rye whiskey, angostura bitters, a red vermouth (all included in the kit) and brandied cherries. The video below shows Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay making this old school cocktail.
    £63.99
  • Margarita Cocktail Tutorial
    The margarita is the most common and widely known tequila based cocktail and there are many stories regarding the drinks origins. Most say the drink was created in the 1930s although the locations and reasons for the name differ greatly. Jose Cuervo was using the advertising slogan "Margarita; more than just a girl's name" in 1945 and they were adamant that the drink was created by a Mexican bartender in honour of the show girl Rita de la Rosa. This is a nice simple one to make and can be enjoyed in a variety of glasses and there are a huge number of variations available. All you need is some tequila, agave sec (which is included in the kit), limes and sea salt. This tutorial will show you how to make the drink in its classic format as demonstrated by Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay.
    £40.99
  • Negroni Cocktail Tutorial
    The Negroni is an old cocktail hailing back to the early 1900s Florence but is still very popular today; in fact its our resident mixoligist's favourite cocktail ever! All you need to make this is gin, campari, vermouth, orange bitters (all included in the kit) and an orange. Please watch the video below as Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay shows you how to create his favourite cocktail.
    £61.99
  • Caipirinha Cocktail Tutorial
    The Caipirinha is the national drink of Brazil but it has become very popular in Europe and the US since high quality cachaca started to be exported from Brazil. All you need to make this is chachaca, (which is included in the kit) a lime, caster sugar and sea salt. Please watch the video below as Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay shows you how to create this simple cocktail.
    £17.99
  • Jalisco Layover Cocktail Tutorial
    The Jalisco Layover is a variant on the classic Margarita and the creation of Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay. There is a fair amount of ingredients that go into this drink but don't be put off by that as it's not as hard to make as you might think and the end results are well worth it. You will need tequila, sugar syrup, agave sec, lavender bitters (all of which are included in this kit), limes, an egg and some sherbert. You can make your own sherbert as explained in the video or just buy some from the sweet shop! Watch Ian in action in the video below as he shows you how to make this drink.
    £54.99
  • Daiquiri Cocktail Tutorial
    Quick and easy to make but tantalising on the tongue, the classic Daiquiri is a great place to start when learning to make cocktails. The humble Daiquiri hails from late 1800s Cuba and the clean taste of fresh white rum and natural ingredients have made this a very popular drink indeed. The list of ingredients is very short; white rum, sugar syrup (which is all included in the kit) and a fresh lime. Watch Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay show you how to turn these simple ingredients into something beautiful.
    £21.99
  • Dark And Stormy Cocktail Tutorial
    Everyone thinks that the way to make a Dark And Stormy is to chuck ginger beer into black rum. This is one way to do it but if you want to make a drink that tastes infinitely better then follow this tutorial instead. All you need to make this is rum, soda water, ginger syrup (which are included in the kit) and a lime. You can add a dash of angostura bitters as shown in the video but this isn't essential so it's been omitted from the kit to keep the price down. Please watch the video below as Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay shows you how to create this delicious cocktail.
    £26.99
  • Gin Fizz Cocktail Tutorial
    The Gin Fizz is a variant on the sours family of cocktails and was hugely popular in the US during the first forty years of the twentieth century. The drink is very easy to make and would make excellent drinking on a balmy Summer's day sat out in the garden. All you need to make this is gin, soda water, simple syrup (which are included in the kit) an egg and a lemon. Please watch the video below as Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay shows you how to create this classic drink from the heday of cocktail making.
    £29.99
  • Gin Rickey Cocktail Tutorial
    Gin Rickey is a very old cocktail that was originally made with bourbon in the 1880s by bartender George Williamson. It really took off ten years later when he started mixing it with gin. All you need to make this is gin, soda water, sugar syrup (which are included in the kit) and a lime. Please watch the video below as Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay shows you how to create this delicious cocktail.
    £29.99
  • Mint Julep Cocktail Tutorial
    The origins of the Mint Julep are hazy but we know that it was being made in the Southern States of America in the eighteenth century. It is a simple, yet gorgeous, drink that is very refreshing on a hot day. This is part of the reason that it is the official drink of the Kentucky Derby and has been since 1938. All you need to make this is bourbon, angosturra bitters, sugar syrup (which are included in the kit) and mint sprigs. Please watch the video below as Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay shows you how to create this classic southern cocktail.
    £29.99
  • Side Car Cocktail Tutorial
    The Side Car was invented around the end of the First World War withThe Ritz Hotel in Paris claiming credit for its creation; there is no solid evidence to support this but its origins are believed to be either London or Paris. This is a good strong drink to serve for those that like their cocktails boozy! You will need cognac, tripple sec, sugar syrup (which are included in the kit) an orange and a lemon. Please watch the video below as Ian Vasey of the Bedruthan Hotel in Newquay shows you how to create this authentic cocktail.
    £41.99