Boost your mixology skills at Blossom’s Holiday Cocktail Making Class

Eggnog | Photo courtesy of Blossom Hotel Houston

Learn how to mix up crowd-pleasing holiday cheer at the seasonally-inspired Holiday Cocktail Making Class at the Blossom Hotel Houston on Saturday, November 26, 2022.

The Museum District boutique hotel and Not Too Sweet Ventures welcome Mixologist Patrick Abalos, who’ll lead a fun, light-hearted, one-hour drink making class. Attendees will learn how to make a few crafty cocktails designed to impress their friends and guest throughout this holiday season and beyond.

Everyone will learn how to make three festive drinks—eggnog, Brandy Alexander, and a holiday punch. 

The class is for ages 21 and up, naturally.

Blossom’s Special Overnight Hotel Stay Offer

For anyone who’d like to turn the weekend a staycation, Blossom is also offering a special cyber promotion.

Available between Wednesday, November 23  and Wednesday, November 30, 2022, the promotion includes up to 25% off of a room, 2 complimentary drinks, and a 1pm late check out. Book now or learn more with the promo code CYBER at checkout. 

The hotel package and cocktail class must be purchased separately. 

Holiday Cocktail Making Class at Blossom Hotel Houston

Holiday Punch | Photo courtesy of Blossom Hotel Houston

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