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Play With... Flavours

“Without dumpster diving, I wouldn’t have been able to develop my palette.”

What can go into a cocktail? Much more than you may think!

Bartender Johnny Rosle (Oriental Elixirs) brings you on an unforgettable flavour journey as he shares his passion for transforming leftovers and food waste into gins infusions. From oolong to octopus, sample his creations before using them to create your very own unique cocktail.

Play With… Flavours is an online experience and includes a set of workshop materials. As alcoholic beverages will be consumed, participants must be over 18 years old to attend.

Date: 07.08.2020 (Fri)
Time: 9pm
Duration: 1 hour
Venue: Online
Ticket Price: 1 Pax – $30  | 2 Pax in the same household* – $40 (excludes material delivery fee)
Session is conducted in English
Recommended for ages 18 and up
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He’d like to think he makes half-decent drinks… and that’s just when he’s sober.

Johnny Rosle is the resident bartender at Oriental Elixirs – a collaboration between Spiffy Dapper and Tanglin Gin Distillery.

He explores Singapore’s multicultural identity by combining western bartending traditions with Asian flavours.

Taking an irreverent approach to cocktail making and inspired by sustainability, Johnny is known for using unusual ingredients to create mind-boggling infusions and out-there flavour combinations.

“From smoked rosemary to a slice of processed cheese, the results ranged from the tantalising to the downright bizarre. But always, Johnny remained positive about each cocktail, never questioning the why, but rather, the why not.

Whether we’re looking to find that elusive signature cocktail, or simply want to get down and have fun with flavours, M1 Patch!’s Play With…Flavours was a reminder that it is only when we let loose and allow ourselves the freedom to play, that we learn again how to innovate and realise that anything is possible.” – Bakchormeeboy