Nothing beats the stress of planning a wedding and dealing with day after day of work that an ice cold cosmo! Give the bride the gift of learning how to make a fabulous concoction with an Oxford Cocktail Making class on her hen weekend.
Unleash your inner mixologist in the hottest bar in town! You don’t have to be Tom Cruise to mix up the perfect drink, all it takes is a bit of gusto and creativity. Don’t worry if you’ve never done much more than pour a bit of vodka in a shot glass, before long you’ll be shaking, muddling and mixing like a master. Cocktail making is brilliant for breaking the ice on a hen party. You’ll need the girls to be bonded before the big day and cocktail making is just the thing. Doing a class is the perfect way to kick off the hen night festivities. You’ll be plenty quiffy by the end, you’ll have laughed ‘til your face hurts and the girls will have the fuel to go well into the wee hours.
Get dressed up in your party frocks and statement heels and head over to the bar we’ve paired up with. It’s right in the middle of the mix on the infamous George Street, where you can find most of the places to party in the city. You’ll be met by a brilliant mixologist who’ll get your hen party in the mood with a welcome glass of Prosecco. As the barman demos a few cocktails, swap stories of the hen’s sordid past, let the ladies get to know one another and throw back a few cocktails. Then it’s your turn to jump behind the bar. You’ll take turns, two at a time at trying to recreate the concoctions the barman demoed - we hope you were paying attention. There will be plenty of fun trivia and forfeits for the girls who forget how to use the bar tools.
Don’t worry about the booze making the girls weary. We’ve also sorted out a buffet for your hen party so they’ll have plenty of nibbles to soak up the alcohol. You don’t want them bowing out just when the party really gets going. When you’re done the girls will be in the mood to get the party really pumped. Come on ladies, hit the dancefloor and have a blast!
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