Mixing like a pro

Cocktail Course
for friends for colleagues for couples

A cocktail is much more than mixing a few juices with alcohol and sticking in a small umbrella. The right recipe, the right ingredients and a dose of craftsmanship make a cocktail the perfect “snack for the grown-ups”, as Matildchen likes to say. All this you can learn in our cocktail workshop at the spectacular carousel counter in the Wild Matilde.

After a half-hour theory part, which deals, among other things, with the meaning of the word “cocktail”, the wet-happy fun begins. In three hours, depending on the size of the group, 10-15 different cocktails and a shot are mixed and the handling of shakers, bottles and other bar equipment is shown.


Cocktails are a fine snack for big people

Our cocktail workshop is a great experience for friends, lovers and colleagues (e.g. as team event) – and for everyone who wants to impress at the next party with delicious cocktails and snappy tricks. All recipes are available for you to remix and take home.

Since tasting the delicious cocktails is definitely part of the program, you should definitely leave the car. With its direct proximity to Alexanderplatz, Wilde Matilde is ideally connected to local and long-distance public transport. 


  • 3-hour cocktail course for 99 euros per person
  • Preparation of 10-15 different cocktails (depending on group size) and 1 shot incl. Tasting at the carousel bar
  • Theory, practice, tips & tricks to mix cocktails
  • Recipes included
  • Minimum age: 18 years

A date cancellation must be made at least 48 hours before the start of the course. In case of failure to keep the appointment or late cancellation, an alternative appointment cannot be guaranteed.


There are attractive discounts for groups!

A unique event for friends, lovers, families or corporate events – and great as a gift.

With a group booking, our bartender is all yours. We will be happy to come up with special drinks for your cocktail workshop to suit your occasion.

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