Pick up a new passion with the help of a Muromachi Bar pro.
Hosted on the final Tuesday of each month at the Nihonbashi Club’s centerpiece bar, each mixology workshop features a different signature cocktail.
At this first event of the year, budding bartenders learn how to craft an Irish coffee.
This classic cocktail is a blend of Irish whiskey, double-strength coffee (for that caffeine hit), brown sugar and creamy milk.
There are numerous stories about when Irish coffee was invented, but many believe it was first concocted by Joe Sheridan, head chef of the restaurant at the Foynes flying boat terminal in County Limerick in the early 1940s. He wanted to add a little "local flavor" to the establishment's coffee.
After mixing, shaking and stirring for themselves, Members receive a printed recipe so they can impress friends at their next get-together.
With only five spots available, book yours today.
2-1-2 Azabudai, Minato-ku