Ice Pour Dimensions 32 cm L x 8 cm Diameter
This is a unique dry ice storage system which allows you to keep small amounts of dry ice to hand. The Ice Pour is a stainless steel canister with amazing insulation properties – it can hold dry ice for over three days!
The ice pour holds around 900 g of dry ice. It is a fantastic way of having dry ice on hand. The container can be stored in a fridge always available for when you need it – suitable for any venue, restaurant, club, bar or kitchen it also looks professional and compact.
Ice Pour Dimensions 32 cm L x 8 cm Diameter
Hi Zoe and team
I just wanted to pass on my, and the company’s, thanks for your team’s great support at the event on Friday.
It was a great success, your boys did a sterling job and I think over-exceeded the number of cocktails which were expected to be made.
Needless to say we will keep you on speed dial for any future outdoor events as the service, set up and management was excellent.
Mixology was always on my list to explore more, and I wanted to learn from the best.
I started my own research almost a year in order to search the right programme provider.
Since I flew from Asia, I registered all of their training courses.
From the first day of training, it was very organized and productive.
Sam, the instructor for Global Bartenders Course, was a industry professional and had various national and international experience.
The course was serious, but we had a lot of fun and share the knowledge and experiences.
Myles conducted the rest including Advanced Bartender Course & Advanced Molecular Mixology Course.
It was extremely bespoke and personal training since I was the only student. I felt I was very very lucky.
I highly recommend Mixology group to start. Myles and his team showed me the highest level of service and professionalism throughout my training.
All the guys, led by Tim, were truly great. Good attitude, good service. Very happy indeed that you were recommended to me – caterers, your team and the band all led to a superb night and lots of people commented on the brilliant cocktails. You’re onto a winner
Thank you so much for making my 40th such an amazing night. The bar was fantastic and a real talking point. Myles was really helpful with the planning giving lots of advice, and was very flexible. On the night he was brilliant, professional and so tolerant! The set up and clean up was really quick and efficient and I would definitely recommend them to anyone thinking about doing something similar for a party.
Just wanted to say thank you for a truly informative and well taught class. Myles was very enthusiastic and inspiring. A brilliant introduction to Mixology, which will be well used behind my bar.
I would like to let you and your organisation know that we had a really successful meeting and the cocktail feature along with Sean proved a real draw for us.
Sean added value by creating and delivering cocktails with a pleasant and engaging manner dealing with the Coffee Break & Lunchtime “rushes” in a calm, efficient and pleasant way.
I am writing to express my thanks and delight for the wonderful cocktail event we had this weekend. ‘G’ was truly exceptional with the perfect blend of information and humour. We had a absolute ball! The best event by far! Please could you pass our sincere thanks onto him and your team for such a great event
I just wanted to say thank you to you and everyone at Mixology Group, and especially to Gee, for providing such a fantastic experience. He was very good, knowledgeable, and really approachable. It was a really perfect evening – many many thanks
You were a HUGE success at our 40th birthday party and certainly added to the enjoyment. The cocktails were delicious and expertly made and Myles, Symeon and G were great to have around. Prior to the party Myles and Zoe were very helpful with cocktail suggestions and the added extras such as glass hire. I would definitely recommend them to anyone who wants to make their party have the wow factor.
I can highly recommend the Mixology Group. I attended the Beginners Cocktail course and it was everything I hoped it would be. I looked into a lot of different types of Cocktail ‘masterclasses’ but most seemed to be a 1/2 hr fun experience where you learn a cocktail or 2 and get drunk. And i’m sure they are all fun but I was looking for something a bit more thorough where I would really learn some cocktail skills. This was definitely the right course for that. Over 6 hours of instruction, with loads of practical chances to get behind the bar. Myles is a brilliant teacher, he knows his stuff and is passionate about cocktails but also makes it funny and has some good stories to tell. His theory behind teaching you the concept behind each drink rather than individual specific recipes is great, you learn the confidence to make the drinks but also then experiment at home. We tasted loads of different spirits and there were more cocktails than we could actually drink – how sad to see some of them go to waste! But Myles didn’t clock watch and the drinks flowed, I had to rush off as the course was still going half an hour past the finish time. Thank you Myles
Jamie – Intro Course
Just wanted to drop you a note to say a massive thank you for Saturday; Tim was an absolute superstar and all the girls said that it was brilliant fun and really interesting. I’m pretty sure that your master-class will be booked again for any hen weekends that they’ll be organising in the future.
Our mixologist was fantastic and really added to our evening. I will definitely use you again in the future.
Check out Tims article in the Sustainable Issue from Brightons best FREE foodie mag - edible
Mixology group get an honourable mention for their role at the Observer Food Monthly Awards 2010
Well-known cocktail consultant Myles Cunliffe has taken over the mixology “lab” at The Marshall Free House at 1211 Battleground Ave. in Greensboro.
For the next couple of weeks, Cunliffe is visiting the restaurant to improve general drink development in the restaurant's state-of-the-art molecular gastronomy lab where alcoholic infusions and other progressive bartending techniques are being perfected.