Drink green

. July 31, 2012.
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The Ravens Club is known for concocting classy cocktails, and every month Tammy’s Tastings hosts a cocktail class that teaches patrons about the subtleties of ordering the perfect drink and how to become a mixologist at home. On August 13, Tammy’s Tastings will be teaching how to make drinks that not only taste superb but also promote sustainability. The Farm-to-Glass Cocktails class will show how to use fresh local produce to enhance any drink. Learn how to muddle, infuse and incorporate different veggies, fruits and herbs, found at the Farmer’s Market, with different spirits to add flavor to your summer cocktail parties. The class is hands-on and of course there will be plenty of taste-testing! 7:30pm. $35 adv./$45 door. Ravens Club, 207 S. Main St. 734-276-3215. www.tammystastings.com

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