Camille Styles

A Holiday Mixology Party

December 5th, 2012

When the owners of one of Austin’s favorite local watering holes invited us over for an exclusive holiday cocktail making class, we immediately jumped at the opportunity. Located just a few blocks from home, Drink.Well has become a personal favorite bar + restaurant of mine… but after our team spent a few hours in a crash course taught by owner-mixologist Jessica Sanders, I’d say we all developed a new found appreciation for their crazy delicious drinks. As always, we thought we’d make a party of it and invited our team to don their glitziest garb for a truly holiday feel, then asked Paige Newton to snap up photos of the fun. We learned so much, and best of all, picked up a handful of craft cocktail recipes that we’ll be serving repeatedly this season!

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17 Comments under :: A Holiday Mixology Party
  1. How fun is this?! The Autumn of ’75 looks to be right up my alley.


  2. What a fun shoot, and in my neighborhood!

  3. This was a gorgeous post! Love the idea of choosing one type of drink and sticking to it like glue! My favorite is the pomegranate martini! Yummm-o!

  4. Katherine says:

    Loved this post!! All those drinks look so yummy and sounds like a blast!

  5. What a GREAT way to kick off the holidays! Can’t wait to do this with all my girls! FABULOUS photos!

  6. eve says:

    I love those take home bottles – little vials of deliciousness! This I for sure can recreate on my own.

  7. Chris says:

    Hard to decide on my favorite drink, but I think the Gin Gimlet looks like festive winter alternative to a mojito. Another great place to try in Austin!

  8. Caitlin says:

    The Autumn of ’75 is right up my alley. I’ll definitely be serving something like this at my holiday soiree! Thanks for the inspiration!

  9. Beth says:

    Such a fun post! The pictures look amazing! I will definitely be making a stop by here the next time I am in Austin. The drinks look delicious!

  10. JULIE says:

    Drink.Well looks cozy and the drinks delicious. Looking forward to my next trip to Austin to see you and experience a fresh gin gimlet. Here’s to the holidays!

  11. […] of the most fun parties I’ve been to all […]

  12. […] little glam into our lives, and no color palette is more glamorous than black and gold. Plus our cocktail sesh at drink.well has me totally inspired to set up a pretty drink station and play bartender for my friends this […]

  13. […] always fun to add a few small doses of glitz to make the night feel festive. As much as I love my artisanal cocktails, when it comes to the ones I make at home, I usually stick to a 3-ingredient rule to keep things […]

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