There’s only 15 spaces left to this one of a kind masterclass with Hendrick’s Lesley Gracie

The country’s best bartenders often share a couple of traits: they’re restlessly creative and they are innovative in the way they approach what they do. Those are also traits shared by Lesley Gracie, the master distiller behind Hendrick’s — and you’ve got a chance to pick her brain when she comes to Sydney Bar Week for a one of a kind masterclass.

But be warned: spaces to the tasting are going quick, and there’s just 15 left. Make sure you email morgan.flanagan@wgrant.com to RSVP ASAP.

At the workshop, bartenders will taste through a number of Lesley’s experiments and innovations with a number of liquids never before tasted, let alone in Australia. Throughout, Lesley will speak of creating connections between liquids, developing concepts to reality and manipulating the perception of texture as she builds flavours together to create award winning combinations.

Looking at this process and the results of her innovations past, present and future, bartenders will learn how her insights can help inform the creative process that happens in their own bars.

All of this, combined with the opportunity to pick the brain of one of the world’s innovative master distillers, makes this an opportunity not be to missed.

What: Hendrick’s Innovation Workshop
Date: Tuesday, 19th September
Time: 12midday – 2pm
Venue: The Barber Shop, 89 York St Sydney
RSVP:morgan.flanagan@wgrant.com
An intimate TASTING EXPERIENCE that gives a chance to taste rare, previously undiscovered liquids led by Hendrick’s Master Distiller, Miss Lesley Gracie and the Global Ambassador.

Looking at the process and results of her INNOVATIONS past, present and future, and how her insights can help inform the CREATIVE PROCESS that happens in bars.

This is just one of the 24-plus events taking pace during Sydney Bar Week, which kicks off at the end of next week. Check out the full timetable and RSVP and get tickets to the events at barweek.com.au — hurry though, as spaces are filling up.