Our Team here at Flair Tender are your one stop shop for all Beverage related team building activities
Mandatory Team Building activities should be fun and have a free-spirited vibe. These low-key, booze-focused team building events let groups bond over …
Guests are divided into teams and tasked with creating a tropical cocktail using real fruit and decorations such as paper umbrellas straws etc. After creating the fruity vessels, teams make a poster and come up with a product name, then present their final product. Guests vote on the best presentation, and the winning team receives medals.
The events, which are available for a minimum of five guests or a maximum of 500, put teams of participants behind the bar to stir up their own concoctions using liqueurs, handmade bitters, and fresh ingredients. The cocktails are then served, and at the conclusion of the two- to four-hour event, judges pick a winning team based on teamwork. Pricing is flexible.
Chocolate & Wine pairing
-A gourmet tasting event at a location of your choice Chocolate and Wine Collection. During the evening, boutique chocolate will guide you through pairing exotic truffles with wine. Included in this experience is a welcome bubbly courtesy of the selected wine collection.
-Suds & Snacks
The activity can be held in an office or at an event venue and caters to groups of 10 to 300. After a tasting of local craft beers and a lively cooking demo, groups divide into teams to prepare appetizers such as fish tacos or sweet-and-sour chicken wings. Guests present their plates to a panel of judges, and the winning team scores a prize. Participants leave with recipes and receive photos via email.
Taste a variety of whiskeys, bourbons & scotches while hanging with big brand sales personelle who will talk you through each whiskey and give you the history of each brand.
Held at alocation of your choice we bring in a bar for six to 16 guests—the activity teaches guests how to create classic cocktails inspired by the show’s characters. An Old Fashioned, for example, is called “the Don”; a daiquiri is dubbed “the Peggy.”
Performed relay-style for groups of any size, the activity takes place on the resort’s grounds and has two guests at a time stomp on 25 pounds of grapes in wine barrels. The staff also provides information on the region, the grapes, and the history of wine-making.