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Your Evening, Your Rules - Creative Team Building

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Cuba, Italy, New York, Mexico and Jamaica: Grab your passport and get your taste buds ready!

World Cocktail Hour is not just your usual drinks session. It is a team building experience where your team interacts, learns more about each other and has a whole lot of fun. Teams will jump head first into the art and skills of cocktail making as they shake, mix, strain and twirl your way around the world.

Working your way through different world cocktails, you will learn the art of ‘mixology’ as you:

  • Discover the origins of cocktails
  • Cut, dice and crush fresh ingredients
  • Measure the right amount of ingredients for that specific taste
  • Mix, throw and shake
  • Most importantly….drink your creations’.

Once you have learnt the art of cocktail making, you then get to invent your own unique cocktail which is put to the ultimate test – your team mate’s taste buds!

Throw in some great Latin beats to get your team in the right spirit whilst the cocktails are being made and you have the perfect recipe for a fun team building activity.

Are you ready to take your team on a world trip?

Benefits for your team

  • Excellent value combining the costs of a team building program, meal and evening entertainment in one
  • Creates feeling of ownership and success amongst team members
  • Develops a ‘one team’ mentality
  • Develops high performance teams under time pressure

Important stuff

  • As every team is unique, each event is unique and deigned for your needs
  • Works with all team types and sizes
  • Facilitators are all professional in their fields. You get a world-class experience.

Good to know

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  • Program Timing
    3 hours
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Areas Serviced
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