The Kitchen Garden - Botanical Cocktails


Join award-winning florist and grower Rachel Petheram for an evening talk and demonstration on creating from garden to glass botanical cocktails.

Perfect for gardeners, allotment growers, chefs and keen home cooks, this event will show you how to successfully grow, forage for and use edible plants and flowers to make delicious natural drinks.

During the evening Rachel will teach you about the best ingredients to use, share her favourite recipes, give you a potting demonstration and take you for a tour of the School’s grounds. You will also sample some creative infusions and cocktails made by the expert team at The School of Artisan Food.

This event includes refreshments and a light finger buffet prepared by our team of chefs.

PLEASE NOTE: Alcohol is served during this course. Attendees must be aged 18+.


Tue 31st Jul 2018

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Thu 13th Sep 2018

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Time: 6:30pm - 9:00pm

Duration: 0.3 day(s)

Cost: £35.00

Subjects: Brewing and drinks


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Marion Horscroft
What a fantastic evening. Rachel is an excellent speaker, teacher and guide. I learnt a lot and am inspired to make some of her gorgeous botanical cocktails.

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