Description

Australia is on the cusp of a whisky revolution. There are now many micro-distilleries found throughout Australia, producing small batch artisanal Whisky alongside our tried and tested favourites from overseas. So if you’ve ever wondered what is the difference between the various styles and want to discover Australian Whisky, this is the course for you!

Course Outline

•Whisky Cocktail

•The history of Whisky in Australia and abroad

•How is Whisky made

•Styles of Whisky

•Ways to drink Whisky

•Whisky Tasting (Australian Boutique Whisky Flight)

About the presenter

Kathleen Davies is an experienced sales and marketing professional with over 20 years front line experience in the liquor industry in Australia and abroad.

Her career began in the early 90's behind a bar pulling beers, slinging cocktails, managing bars and operating cellar rooms. After completing university she gained commercial experience in the field of export and national sales and marketing roles within blue chip companies; Bulmers, Carlton & United Breweries, Fosters Group, Lion and Coca Cola Amatil.

Kathleen saw an opportunity to get on board the craft spirits movement that has been making waves overseas in markets like the US and UK. She now runs 'Nip of Courage' which is a domestic and international distributor of Australian made and owned craft spirits with a portfolio of award winning Whiskies, Gins, Rums, Vodkas, Liqueurs and more..

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Class Schedule

Thursday 17 November 7.00pm - 9.00pm

What you will learn
  • Learn about the history of Whisky in Australia and abroad
  • Participate in an Australian Boutique Whisky Flight
What you will get
  • Whisky Cocktail
  • Whisky Tasting (Australian Boutique Whisky Flight)
  • Nibbles
  • Course Booklet

What to bring
  • Just yourself and your passion for dark spirits
What to wear

Casual

Appropriate for

participants must be over 18


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Mosman Community College

Vendor sincce 2015

Mosman Evening College was established in 1949 when the NSW state government, under the Shared Use of School Premises Agreement, made classrooms and halls in NSW schools available in the evenings for local community groups to conduct courses.

On opening night, 293 students submitted their application for enrolment with classes in Dressmaking, Music Appreciation, Dramatic Art, Weaving, Cooking, and Woodwork & Millinery. Further classes were contemplated in physical education for females and glove making.

Today we offer over 300 courses per term for students of all ages both day and night for members of the Mosman Community as well as further afield. Most of our classes continue to be held at Mosman High School, however an increase in the number and variety of courses on offer has lead to other local venues being used.

In 2002 the college became known as Mosman Community College with the mission of providing lifelong learning opportunities in the local area. 

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If a course is cancelled by the College you will be notified prior to the course commencing. You will be offered an alternative course, a transfer to the following term, or a full refund.

No other refunds will be issued.

The College cannot accept responsibility for changes in personal or work circumstances once an enrolment is completed.

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