If you’re planning an event such as a forthcoming hen party, you’re here because presumably you’ve all decided cocktails would be a great idea and you now want to know how much it’s likely to cost you each.
As a guide price you may have noticed on the home page of the website that it says from around £20 per head.
What we supply
We try to make planning your event as straightforward as possible. You don’t have to supply much, we aim to do it all. We’ll supply you with;
1. Us to mix, muddle, shake and stir your cocktails
2. We bring along all the spirits, liqueurs, mixers and garnishes. So you don’t have to go shopping, look for any weird ingredients, or deal with any left overs.
3. We also supply all the glassware too – so that your cocktails look as good as they taste.
Usually we’ll make you up some personalised , laminated menus too.
What do we not supply?
Ice. It doesn’t travel well, so we ask you to supply that. Also as we’re generally working in the kitchen, conservatory etc of people’s homes, we ask you to provide us with an area to serve from. And that is about it.
What affects the price you pay
The 2 key things that affect the fee are how many of you there are and where you are. Part of your fee is for us to plan out your menu, order your stock and prepare for your hen party. So if there are just 7 of you and you’re in Norfolk – the fee may come out at something like £30 per head for your 4 cocktails.
15 people comes in at £25 per head or so if you’re relatively local to us in Northampton or Leicester.
If you want something a bit different in terms of your menu and you’re all keen to try some new stuff, to tingle your tastebuds then for a little more, we offer our sophisticats menu for around £25 per head.
The bill per head falls the more of you there are. However we understand that hen night groups frequently have a budget, so let us know what you have and we’ll soon be able to tell you what we can do to fit your budget.
If you want cocktails on your menu for the hen party or hen night event, let us quote you. Contact us via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or our contact form
OP 8th May 2015