Monday, October 14, 2013

How to make a Traffic Light cocktail

  • 2 parts Midori
  • 2 parts orange juice
  • 2 parts grenadine
  1. Tip 2 parts grenadine into the bottom of the glass. 
  2. Then hold the glass at a 45 degree angle and tip in the orange juice down the side and the grenadine will float.
  3. Then, still holding the glass at that position, tip the Midori down the side of the glass

The traffic light was just one of the cocktails being demonstrated during our recent visit to our pathway partner New Zealand Management Academies (NZMA), although we only got to sample the mocktail (alcohol free) version!  As part of our Friday options classes, we took a big group of students to NZMA's open day.  During the afternoon the students were shown around campus, participated in a scavenger hunt (with chance to win an ipod shuffle), watched some excellent barista and mocktail making demonstrations, and had a yummy free BBQ, complete with mocktails and freshly made coffee!   We even got to sit in on some classes and talk to tutors. NZMA have a range of courses in management, hospitality and cookery, and they are a Dominion pathway partner.  That means that students who successfully complete our English for Academic Purposes (EAP) course, can gain direct access into specific courses at NZMA, without having to take the IELTS exam.  For more information, on our EAP course and our pathway options, please visit our website or contact us now

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