Bartending in NH: Keep Warm with Hot Cocktails

At the Boston Bartending School, we make it easy for you to take classes by offering plenty of local campuses for you to choose from. If you’re interested in learning the necessary skills to become a confident and professional bartender, look no further than Boston Bartending. As the premier bartending school in NH, we offer both Manchester and Nashua, NH bartending schools. When you’ve finally come to the conclusion that you’d like a career bartending in NH, simply peruse our website to see just how advantageous learning from us really is. Not only do we offer hands on training, a lifetime of free refresher classes, but also job placement. Hundreds of bars around New England constantly contact us looking for new talent. And that’s just what we teach here; the talent of bartending. The art of bartending is a set of skills that will leave you open to opportunities you could never expect. Bartending is a commodity that is needed everywhere, year round, and 24/7.

Not Your Average Warm Drink

And, as winter approaches, we have just the drinks to warm you up. Just like the refreshing feeling you get from a cold beer in the summer, a warm alcoholic drink in the winter can be just as satisfying.

Some of the most underrated of alcoholic drinks are the various hot coffee drinks. Usually served in a warmed glass or mug, there are a number of varieties on the traditional, “Irish Coffee.” Usually made with coffee, whiskey, and Bailey’s Irish Crème liquor, the Irish Coffee is a perfect drink for the cold nights ahead. There’s also the Nutty Irishman, Mexican Coffee, and even a Jamaican Coffee that you can learn more about in our classes.

There are also a variety of warm spiced wines that’ll keep you cozy on a cold, snow covered night. Then, there’s a way to make hot chocolate even more enticing. For example, the, “Butter Baby,” made with hot chocolate, butterscotch schnapps, and garnished with whipped cream, is a tasty and interesting twist on a classic drink.

So keep warm this winter and contact us at: (800)-589-6209.


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