Cottons launches rum masterclasses for industry professionals

12 January 2017 by
Cottons launches rum masterclasses for industry professionals

Caribbean restaurant brand Cottons and Salon de Rhum in Notting Hill, London, has launched a series of free rum masterclasses, starting this month.

The masterclasses are aimed at industry professionals and bar staff wanting to learn more about the spirit.

Each class focuses on a specific type of rum. January will introduce attendees to Angostura Trinidadian rum; February will feature Dominican Republic's Brugal rum; and Cuban rum Havana Club will be the focus in July.

During a 90-minute training session, guests will be given the opportunity to smell, taste and learn about individual rums, as well as learn how to mix a specific rum cocktail.

The 2pm masterclass will be aimed at industry professionals, while the evening class at 6pm will be more light-hearted and aimed at rum fans. There is also the option of a dinner which incorporates rum into all courses.

Classes can be booked here

Rum Masterclass schedule
25 January: Angostura (2pm and 6pm)
22 February: Brugal rum (2pm and 6pm)
29 March: Stroh rum (2pm and 6pm)
26 April: Matusalem rum (2pm and 6pm)
31 May: Hechicera rum (2pm and 6pm)
28 June: Westerhall rum (2pm and 6pm)
26 July: Havana rum (2pm and 6pm)

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