February 11, 2019

SPOTLIGHT | Science of Cocktails 2019 x Science World

Science of Cocktails 2019 | Science World Vancouver

False Creek—(February 7, 2019) The sold-out Science of Cocktails, Science World's fourth annual charitable cocktail fundraiser, continued its strong streak of cocktail fun again in assembling over two-dozen of Vancouver's most talented bartenders and mixologists to entertain its 1,500 attendees in support of the Class Field Trip Program.

Science of Cocktails 2019 | Science World Vancouver
Laminar Jet: tequila and tonic bubble tea (with Metta, grape juice, and tapioca pearls)
Eventgoers experienced the physics, chemistry, and biology behind cocktails at more than twenty-five beverage stations all offering uniquely crafted libations from award-winning bartenders.

Science of Cocktails 2019 | Science World Vancouver
smoked whisky sour (with sodium alginate, calcium lactate, and raspberry)
Science of Cocktails 2019 | Science World Vancouver
Strawberry Rhubarb Justino (with tequila, lemon, Bittermens Hellfire Habanero Shrub, and simple syrup)
Science of Cocktails is always full sensory experience where participants learn about the science behind the food and drinks that are being served.

Science of Cocktails 2019 | Science World Vancouver
Mint-lemongrass Bucha Southside (with gin, lemongrass kombucha, mint, and lemon)
Science of Cocktails 2019 | Science World Vancouver

In their fourth year, Science of Cocktails has now raised a total of $946,000 for the program cumulatively including another $280,000 with this year’s event. Since the program began in 2017, over 14,000 students have attended Science World under the bursary program.

Science of Cocktails 2019 | Science World Vancouver
Lot 40 Titration (with rye whisky, bitters, and sugar)
Science of Cocktails 2019 | Science World Vancouver
Pseudo Science (with rum, lime juice, coconut syrup, ginger beer, anise bitters, and elderberry concentrate)
As always, all proceeds from SOC's tickets sales went towards funding school trips to Science World for 8,000 children and students from underserved Lower Mainland schools to visit the venue's educational interactive exhibits.


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