Mix and Master the Classic Cocktails of the “Mad Men” Era

Learn to drink like your favorite TV characters with an artisanal cocktail lesson from a top mixologist.

Mix and Master the Classic Cocktails of the “Mad Men” Era
  • Revae Schneider was recently nominated for Bartender of the Year by Eater
  • Mix and enjoy three classic cocktails based on a “Mad Men” character
  • Learn the key components, recipes and techniques for recreating cocktails of the era

The cocktails of “Mad Men” are prominent enough to be their own character. So raise a glass to Don Draper, Peggy Olson, Joan Harris and the men at the office by learning how to make proper drinks that they would all appreciate.

For Revae Schneider, the office is a bar. In 2012, she was named to Zagat’s 30 Under 30 list and nominated for Bartender of the Year by Eater.com. Her ingenious curriculum of “Mad Men” cocktails features masterful recreations of classic recipes from the era.

Taste a trio of character-specific cocktails while Revae teaches you how to craft them using the proper proportions, ingredients and techniques. Learn what goes into Don Draper’s essential Boulevardier, Joan’s ladylike Last Word and Peggy’s classy Martinez. Every experience features favorites tailored to different characters, so choose the theme that suits you best (see the Cocktail Menu), or experience them all for the total “Mad Men” package.

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Revae Schneider - Femme du Coupe, Onwer

Revae Schneider

Femme du Coupe, Onwer

Revae Schneider started out in fashion, which may explain why she’s able to blend different elements together so seamlessly. After moving to Chicago, she quickly made a name for herself in the bartending scene and has climbed the ranks as one of the city’s top mixologists. She’s worked at Gilt...

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March 15th
Don Draper - Old Fashioned, Whiskey Sour and Boulevardier

March 21st
Joan Harris - Last Word, St. Germain Cocktail and Smash

March 28th
Peggy Olsen - Final Chapter, Martinez and Daiquiri

April 4th
Men of Mad Men - Sazerac, Sidecar and Negroni