Make this year's Christmas party one to remember with Home Cocktails

Make this year's Christmas party one to remember with Home Cocktails

Posted on: 18 Nov 2020

Still haven't booked your office party? Home Cocktails have got you covered.


We're fast approaching that time of year again, and while the office party might look a little different this Christmas, you and your team still deserve to let loose after what's been an incredibly difficult year in 2020.


With many businesses opting for - or having no choice but to host - virtual parties this Christmas, Home Cocktails' bespoke party packages should be the first port of call if you're yet to put a proper plan in place.


Virtual Cocktail Workshops, hosted by Home Cocktails founder Carrie, are fun, upbeat and informative sessions designed for proper, old-fashioned fun, and the perfect way to treat your colleagues ahead of the festive season.



Set up earlier this year in response to the coronavirus crisis, Home Cocktails are passionate suppliers of carefully-prepared cocktail boxes, providing you with everything you need to make bar-quality drinks in the comfort of your own home.


The team recently relaunched ahead of the second UK lockdown, offering a brand-new range of exclusive collections, as well as the option to get creative and make your own bespoke box.


From individual cocktail boxes to party packages with equipment and a full 90-minute Zoom cocktail class, Home Cocktails have got everything you need to make the office party one to remember this year.


Cocktail boxes can be ordered and delivered for just £35 per person (or £50 per person with equipment including glasses, a shaker and measures), with hosted Zoom classes available to book for £150.


Cocktail classes are also available free of charge with orders of 12 cocktail boxes or more.


To browse Home Cocktails' full store, to put an order in or to get in touch with the team, head to their website.

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Matt Robson


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