Kahlúa is bringing Espresso Martini masterclasses and Instagramable brunch to Manchester

Kahlúa, the spirit brand best known for its place in an Espresso Martini, is bringing its very own Brunch Club to Manchester to celebrate the most Instagramable meal of the day with 8 sessions across April and May.

The original coffee liqueur will deliver its offering at The Loft, Pernod Ricard UK’s new event space on Quay Street, where guests will be treated to brunch and an exclusive Kahlúa cocktail masterclass.

The Brunch Clubs will boast classic brunch dishes from local culinary experts Grape and Grain such as smashed avocado and poached egg and Kahlúa infused pancakes.

They will be accompanied by the perfect cocktail companion, the Chokahlúa Orange, a refreshing blend of Kahlúa, tequila, cacao syrup and fresh orange, designed by bartender Chris Bains from city hangout, Australasia.

Guests will leave having made their own Kahlúa cocktails and enjoyed an Instagram worthy brunch.

“Heading out for brunch with friends and family has become hugely popular, with Brits now spending £76 million every day on the occasion,” said Victoria Hole, venue manager at The Loft.

“We know people love brunch, so have designed a place where guests can enjoy delicious food, get to know what is included in their favourite brunch cocktails and even have a go at making their own. If that wasn’t enough, it gives people the chance to have a sneak peek inside a brand-new space in the centre of the city.”

The Brunch Club launches on Saturday 21st April with two sittings: an early sitting of 11am until 1pm, and a later sitting from 1.30pm until 3.30pm.

It costs just £20 (£12 for early bird tickets) for brunch and an exclusive Kahlúa cocktail masterclass costs.

And don’t worry if you can’t make it. There will be two sessions on each of the following dates: Sunday 22nd April, Saturday 5th May, Sunday 6th May, Monday 7th May, Saturday 26th May, Sunday 27th May, and Monday 28th May.



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