Cocktail Making Parties
COCKTAIL MAKING PARTIES AT V BAR COLCHESTER
Cocktail making parties in Colchester at V Bar begin with a glass of bubbly on arrival and a friendly welcome from our bar staff . Our fully trained mixologists will help you pick and create two cocktails from our extensive menu and will provide plenty of laughs along the way. You’ll be stirring, mixing and shaking in no time!
V Bar cocktail making parties cater for both drinkers and non drinkers alike. Even if you are refraining from alcohol, you can still join in the fun by learning how to make our delicious virgin cocktails.
To reserve a cocktail making party experience, a non-refundable reservation fee of £50 (taken off the total on the night of the party) must be paid via bank transfer or via card over the phone. Please be aware that no reservation is secure until this fee has been paid in full. Once payment has been received, the experience will be reserved and you will receive confirmation via email.
The cost of the party is dependent on party size and must be paid in full on the evening of the event. Prices for both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinkers are as follows:
– £19 per head for alcoholic cocktail drinkers
– £10 per head for non-alcoholic cocktail drinkers
For the most enjoyable experience, cocktail making parties must be attended by a minimum of six guests and a maximum of fifteen. We suggest an arrival time between 5pm and 7.30pm. This must be confirmed prior to making a reservation. The experience will last approximately one to two hours, dependent on the size of the group.
V Bar cocktail making parties are the perfect start to a evening in town; they make brilliant ice breakers for hen do’s, fun birthday parties and excellent group nights out. However please note we do not cater for birthday parties below the age of 20.
Please be aware that V Bar is an 18+ venue and we operate a very strict challenge 25 policy. If you are lucky enough to look under 25, you will be asked for valid ID (passport or driving license). Failure to produce this will unfortunately result in ejection from the premises.