Gin and Tapas Masterclass in Cambridge

Gin is on the rebound. Many bars stock now many varieties and one of our local pubs even list over 50! So where has this sudden craze come from? Although Gin is seen as a ‘typical’ English drink, it was first introduced by William of Orange. His favourite drink was Jenever, which was the inspiration for Gin. After James Bond promoted Vodka for his ‘shaken not stirred’ Martini, Gin became less popular. This all changed just after the millennium. We have the Spanish to thank for this! They love Gin & Tonic, especially after a meal.

Gin and Tapas Masterclass with the Cambridge Food Tour

Gin And Unexpected Flavours

Gin and Vodka are dry close friends. Many might not know, that Gin is made from a type of Vodka by adding juniper berries. Gin has evolved over the course of the years from a herbal medicine to an object of commerce in the spirits industry. Gin was developed on the basis of the old Jenever and became widely popular in Great Britain when William of Orange, leader of the Dutch Republic, occupied the British throne with his wife Mary.

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Gin and Tapas Masterclass

You can look forward to an introduction to Gin matched with delicious tapas and interesting and unexpected combinations.

  • Minimum 15 guests
  • Maximum numbers on request
  • £ 57.50 p.p.
  • 1 hour
  • 4 Gins
  • 4 Tapas
  • Hands-on Masterclass £ 69.50 p.p.
  • Price includes VAT
  • The city centre of Cambridge

More information: give us a call or send us an email.

Looking forward to speaking with you soon!

Gerla

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Gerla de Boer is a globetrotter foodie always keen to get under the skin of a city or country I visit, going off the beaten track to get to know the latest food, fine local produce, but also their local food and markets and the hot place to eat in town. I think the best way to learn about a country’s food is to join a local in the kitchen and go shopping with them. Connect with Gerla on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram