Get Lit: Menorahs and MartinisTuesday 12/14
Celebrate festivals of light this year by joining us for an hour of crafting holiday cocktails centered around the themes of light and celebration. You’ll learn how to make three beautiful and delicious cocktails, including one non-alcoholic cocktail, even if you’re a complete beginner. You will learn many pro tips and tricks that anyone can use in their home to impress their guests.
Jewish Cocktails was started by Dammara Kovnats Hall, a Jewish Studies Teacher in Manhattan. Originally from Winnipeg, Canada, she worked as a mixologist while attending college in New York City. When living in Israel pursuing a Master's degree in Jewish education, she had the idea to synthesize her love of Judaism and passion for mixology, leading to the creation of Jewish Cocktails. She has now launched an events-based business specializing in Kosher and Jewish-themed cocktails and classes. Dammara brought attention to kosher cocktails when she was interviewed, and Jewish Cocktails was highlighted in the January 2021 edition of American Whiskey magazine.
Jewish Cocktails is one way that Dammara blends her teaching skills, which were recently celebrated when she received the 2021 Jewish Education Project’s ‘Robert Sherman Young Pioneer’s Award’ with her enthusiasm for sharing Jewish wisdom. When she’s not crafting delicious new cocktails, she enjoys riding her motorcycle and hosting Shabbat gatherings. Join the conversation in her vibrant Facebook group Jewish Cocktails or reach her at email@example.com
This program is sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Incubator Grant.
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