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TBCA Prepare and Serve Cocktails

Course Fees

MYR 1680 nett per person

What you get and what is included:

  • Study Pack (Workbook + Textbook) *if applicable
  • Samples for tasting during curriculum
  • Written Assessment + Practical Assessment

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Upcoming Course Dates

  • TBCA - Prepare and Serve Cocktails
    • Waitlist for future classes!
      December 20, 2023 - December 31, 2024
      6:40 pm - 7:40 pm
    • [Kuala Lumpur] Weekend Lesson @ Terrase Cafe & Bistro (15th & 16th Jun 2024)
      Course Name: TBCA Prepare and Serve Cocktails Location: Terrase Cafe and Bistro Address : No. 622A, Level 1, Jalan 17/8, Section 17, Petaling Jaya. Date: 15 & 16 June 2024 Time: 9.30am-5pm Amount of pax: 10 slots
      June 15, 2024 - June 16, 2024
      9:30 am - 5:00 pm

Course Calendar

About this course:

This Prepare & Service Cocktails covers :

  1. Introduction to Spirits and Cocktail
  2. Mise-en-Place for preparing and serving cocktail
  3. Techniques of Preparing and Serving Cocktails

Course objective:

  • Differentiate the characteristics and types of spirits used in making standard alcoholic beverages
  • Make suitable recommendations to customers on cocktail and food pairing
  • Prepare bar tools and equipment for making cocktails
  • Apply proper beverage preparation techniques to prepare different types of standard cocktails
  • Serve standard cocktails in right glassware
  • Maintain a clean and organized bar
  • Cocktails covered:
    • Vodkatini
    • Old Fashioned
    • Mojito
    • Black Russian
    • Margarita
    • B-52
    • Brandy Alexander

Course Outline:

  • Types and uses of tools and equipment
  • Recipes and methods of preparing standard alcoholic beverages
  • Characteristics and types of spirits used in making standard alcoholic beverages
  • Effects of blending, aging and other factors on the quality of spirits used in making standard alcoholic beverages
  • Basic beverage preparation techniques to prepare standard alcoholic beverages
  • Effects of using various spirits, garnishes and mixers in making standard alcoholic beverages
  • Types and uses of sweeteners, sours and bitters to make standard alcoholic beverages
  • Pairing of alcoholic beverages with food

Who should attend:

– Professionals, Service, Executive staffs from F&B establishments, Hotels & Hospitality industries retailers / distributors / importers / exporters dealing with wine & spirits & bartending

– Individuals with keen interest in spirits & cocktails

– Individuals seeking a career in the F&B, wines & spirits and retail industries

Duration:

2-Day course (16 hours)

Course assessment:

  • Written Assessment (Short Answers) 30 mins
  • Practical Performance 30 mins

Entry Requirements:

21 years and above Possess minimally a Secondary Level and/or listen, speak, read, and write English at a proficiency Minimum 1 month of working experience

Certification:

- Upon meeting the attendance and assessment(s) criteria, student will also be awarded with a Certificate of Attendance and a badge of attainment from The Beverage Clique Academy.

Frequently Asked Questions (General)

Frequently Asked Questions (Spirits and Whisky related courses)