This winter, following on from the success of last year’s Hot Gin Terrace in Perth, we have decided to take Hot Gin Terrace on tour around the country! Join us as State Buildings Beverage Manager, Eoin Kenny and Archie Rose Brand Ambassador Mitch Gurrin guide you on a sensory gin adventure to warm the spirit.
For one night only, gather around the fire as they delve deep into the history books to resurrect an intriguing tradition – gin-based cocktails, heated with a red hot poker!
This indulgent cosy cocktail experience, inspired by long forgotten traditions, comes complete with heaters, woollen blankets and steaming tipples to keep you warm and toasty.
Location: 16A Kensington St, Chippendale NSW 2008
Duration: 1.5 hours
Class capacity: 24 people
Guests will enjoy a hot G&T on arrival, followed by your choice of cocktail from a selection of heated classics.
A brief history lesson from our hosts, touching on the history of hot cocktails, techniques and theatrical demonstrations.
Access to a curated menu of bespoke hot cocktails available to purchase, ranging from literary classics to reimagined modern day delights.
Exclusive Archie Rose enamel mugs and recipe card to take home.
This is an offsite event and does NOT take place at Archie Rose Bar in Rosebery. Please see event details for venue location.
Session length is strictly 90 minutes.
Your ticket only gains access to your selected time slot (either 6:00pm or 8:30pm, not both).
The Archie Rose team is here to ensure you and your guests are comfortable during your visit and are taking all of the necessary hygiene precautions as outlined by the new NSW Government legislation.
Staff reserve the right to refuse entry if you are showing signs of illness. If you are feeling unwell, please stay home.
Please wash your hands regularly and practise good hygiene.
No outside food or drink can be brought onto the licensed premises.
No physical tickets will be shipped (your name will simply be added to our guest list)
Attendees must be over the age of 18+ years and includes accompanying minors.