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Shaken or Stirred? A Mixology Class

Thursday, July 2, 2020
6 p.m. – 7 p.m.

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Hannah Legault, BA 18


This event is free



Thursday, July 2, 2020

Interactive virtual cocktail-making class led by Hannah Legault, BA 18.

Learn how to make three classic drinks in our virtual happy hour: Tom Collins, Harvey Wallbanger and Red Sangria. A Q&A will follow.

To make the drinks along with Hannah, you will need the ingredients listed below, as well as ice, a jigger or one ounce shot glass and a bar spoon (optional).


Tom Collins

  • gin
  • lemon juice
  • simple syrup (or just regular sugar)
  • soda/Perrier/bubbly water
  • lemon wheel (for garnish)

Harvey Wallbanger

  • vodka
  • orange juice
  • Galliano L'Autentico (or vanilla extract)
  • garnish: orange slice and cherry (optional)

Red Sangria

  • 1 bottle red wine (750 mL)
  • 1 can of soda or 7up or flavoured Perrier (your choice)
  • 1 cup fruit juice
    - preferably acidic such as orange or lemon juice for a sweet wine and sweet juice like strawberry or grape for a dry wine
  •  sweet liquor (optional)
    - your choice of triple sec/grand marnier, blue curaçao, amaretto or elderflower liquor
  • At least 2 cups of your choice of mixed fruit
    - Your sangria will flavour the fruit and vice versa so stick to fruits that you like and avoid textured fruits like bananas.

Hannah Legault, BA 18

Hannah Legault, BA 18

Hannah completed her BA with honours from Concordia in 2018, majoring in Canadian Irish Studies and Environmental Geography. 

While studying, she worked full time as a bartender at Sir Winston Churchill Pub and other nightclubs and restaurants in Montreal. During this time, she learned to prepare and serve a wide variety of alcoholic beverages.

Hannah has appeared several times on Breakfast Telivision Montreal around Saint Patrick’s Day to showcase her traditional Irish food dishes. She has also been featured in a several of commercials and films. 

She currently works full time in a corporate law firm and occasionally bartends for private events. She is also a model for The Pearls, a Montreal staffing agency.

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