ONLINE from Autograph Brasserie! NEW DATE &TIME! Fearless in the Kitchen-Mix a Perfect Cocktail

Code: CW21002

Dates: November 14, 2020

Meets: 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Sessions: 1

Course Fee: $49.00

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Master the art of creating the perfect cocktail when Len Boris of Fearless Restaurants shares the basics of bar equipment, the utensils you need and how to use them. Learn to mix up a perfectly balanced Daiquiri, a classic “Dual Fashioned” with caramelized sugar simple syrup and a Spicy Margarita with a fresh fruit puree and infused liquor. Len will also show you how to concoct a Cucumber No-Jito mocktail and a Passion Fruit Pina Colada along with a juicing and "milk washing” demonstration.
Fee: $49.00

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Len Boris

Len Boris, Director of Beverage for Fearless Restaurants attended the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu where he graduated with a degree in culinary arts in 2008. He has been working in the restaurant industry since he was 15 and transitioned to a front of the house role after he graduated culinary school. He said his love for cooking started when he was in college, “I tried several different fields while in college, not really finding my niche. While I was at West Chester University, I started to watch Emeril at 3 am. That started my desire to want to cook for people; before that, it was Hot Pockets and Pop-Tarts.” Len incorporates his culinary background into his creative cocktails as well as incorporating the senses into cocktail making. “Taste and sight are obvious; but, I love a cocktail that has an additional aroma component that isn’t part of the actual drink,” Len said his favorite cocktail is the Smoking Sazerac at Autograph Brasserie. Before joining Fearless Restaurants, Len served Banquet Director and Assistant General Manager at Georges’ immediately after culinary school, he was then the bar manager for Susanna Foo. He also held positions as the Food and Beverage Manager at Valley Forge Casino. Len said his passion for creating cocktails comes from, “taking people one step out of their comfort zone, having somebody try an ingredient or combination that they have never had before.”

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