Bombay Sapphire’s At-Home Mixology Classes Are a Quarantine Must

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For many, quarantine has been a way of life for a few weeks now, and you may be running out of things to well. Bombay Sapphire’s online mixology classes may be the answer to your quarantine restlessness.

The iconic gin brand is launching “Create From Home”, a partnership with multiple platforms and other brands to bring mixology, art, and multimedia classes online. According to Forbes, Bombay Sapphire has teamed up with Skillshare to offer select complimentary classes for three months, Society6 to bring “Drink and Draw” classes to people, and DIY site Hunker to create a playlist of at-home creative projects.

While the project has yet to officially launch, Forbes reports that you can head to the Bombay Sapphire website for updates on its progress and sign up when “Create From Home” does launch.

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Online classes and brand partnerships aren’t the only way that Bombay Sapphire is helping people get through the pandemic. According to Travel & Leisure the brand’s parent company, Bacardi, has converted the distillery in Laverstoke Mill, United Kingdom, to create hand sanitizer for medical workers and extended care facilities.

While you’re doing your part by staying home, you can join Bombay Sapphire in the fight against COVID-19 and make a great drink as well.

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