Cocktails and Stories From Vietnam


This course includes:

  • Each session 80 mins
  • 10 participants
  • Hosted in English
  • Live video with Zoom
  • Access on mobile and computer

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Join us for an unforgettable cocktail making experience.

While we can’t run our regular Secret Cocktail Experience, we decided to create an online version of it.

To make sure you get the best experience, we partnered with professional mixologists and bartenders who created an amazing cocktail menu for us and we will be teaching you the art of making them.

Along with the cocktail-crafting, we will be sharing stories from Hoi An and making sure everyone is fully involved and having a great time!

Each experience is based on one kind of alcohol. We are offering vodka-based cocktails by default but we also have a rum cocktail menu available.

Feel free to contact us if you have special requests or would like to make a booking for a large group.


You don’t need any fancy bar equipment to make cocktails. We also don’t want to break your budget so the ingredients are easily obtainable for all. 

Upon booking, we will send you a Zoom link to join the experience. Please test your mic, speaker, and video beforehand.


For vodka-based cocktails:

  • Vodka (1/4 bottle per person)

  • A couple of limes or lemons

  • Sugar syrup or honey or both

  • A lot of ice

  • Fresh coriander or basil or any other herbs

  • Tomato juice

  • Tabasco or any other hot sauce (ie. Sriracha), salt, sugar, ground black pepper, and any spices you have at home (we suggest paprika and cumin)

  • Worcestershire sauce or soya sauce or fish sauce

  • A few of the following for decoration: celery, pickles, olives, cherry tomatoes, chili pepper + optional skewer or toothpick

  • A shot of espresso (or Vietnamese coffee and condensed milk)

  • A shot of coffee liqueur. Don't worry if it's hard for you to get it - we can get by without it.

  • A few coffee beans or coffee powder for decoration

    For rum-based cocktails:

    • White rum (¼ bottle per person)

    • A few of limes or lemons

    • Sugar syrup or honey or both

    • A lot of ice

    • OPTIONAL fresh mango, ground cinnamon, cinnamon stick

    • Fresh mint

    • Soda water

    • OPTIONAL fresh passion fruit

    • Coconut milk or coconut cream

    • Pineapple juice

    • OPTIONAL canned lychees, a slice of fresh pineapple

      For all cocktails:

      EQUIPMENT: jigger or shot glass or measuring cup; knife and cutting board; muddler or pestle or wooden spoon; cocktail shaker or reusable water bottle or sealable jar; teaspoon and tablespoon; strainer

      GLASSES (optional; you can use any kind of glasses you have at home): old-fashioned glass; highball; martini glass

      What'll you learn

      You will learn how to make 3 classic and 3 Asian-accented cocktails as well as listen to stories and fun facts about Vietnam.

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