Queen Of Tequila, Cleo Rocos Hosts Margarita Masterclass At Skylight Rooftop

London

Location : Skylight Rooftop at Tobacco Dock

  • London, , Pennington St. Car Park Entrance, Wapping
  • 05-08-2018 to 30-11--0001
  • 13:00
  • www.skylightlondon.com/
  • Free entry
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Cleo Rocos will be appearing at Skylight Rooftop on Sunday 5th August to discuss her book 'The Power Of Positive Drinking', aptly named by the Tequila Industry in Mexico ‘Queen of Tequila', Cleo will be dishing out the tipples and holding an informative and delicious margarita masterclass, sampling a variety of tasty treats from the Aquariva back catalogue.

Guests are invited to join Cleo up on the roof at Skylight where they will be taught a wealth of interesting drinksy facts including how to avoid a hangover, alongside a presentation of funny stories and anecdotes from Cleo's long-reigning career in the drinks and showbiz industry. Cleo will also share stories about drinks with her friends and advice on how to enjoy a good night out. Guests will then be able to indulge in a delicious array of margarita tastings and samples, made up by Cleo herself.

After acting alongside comedy royalty including Kenny Everett, Keith Lemon and Billy Connolly, Rocos has built a successful career within the drinks industry, founding Tequila brand AquaRiva. Cleo’s 100% Agave AquaRiva Tequila range is made from hand-selected eight-year-old Blue Weber agave plants and volcanic spring water from the highlands of Jalisco.

Cleo spent time in Mexico working with a master blender, creating 3 profiles of AquaRiva Premium Tequila and perfecting her signature flavours and textures. The tequila can be sipped and savoured as a short drink or perfectly mixed in a number of cocktails including mojitos, cosmopolitans and margaritas.

Soaring above London's most unique event venue, Tobacco Dock in Wapping, Skylight boasts three floors of bars, street food, live entertainment, lawn games and DJs and an unrivalled view of London's iconic skyline – the perfect location to watch the sun go down, margarita in hand.