Gin Making Classes: GINiology™ in Edmonds, Washington

Gin, Cocktails
Make Your Own
Minimum Drinking Age
/ Person
Kim K
Activity Overview
Looking for a truly fun and unique experience? Do you enjoy learning new things? Are you a Gin enthusiast? If you answered yes then this gin making GINiology class is for you! 

Located just 30 minutes outside of Seattle, send an interesting evening finding out exactly which gin is right for you. Which unique blend best represents your style. You will also learn about the history and production of gin, while enjoying a couple of classic Gin cocktails. Taste the many independent flavors used to make most gins in the world. What does orris root taste like when isolated from other flavors? What about elderflower, or cucumber?

Create your own personal botanical recipe which you can take home with you! If you could make your perfect gin, what would you include? What would you exclude? In addition to the standard juniper flavor (big or minimalist), do I want my gin to have: Heat? Citrus? Spice? Floral notes? This personal gin experience represents who you are as a gin fan!

A truly unique experience where you can craft your own gin with personalized assistance in an intimate group environment and even take it home that evening! You can also reorder your gin recipe at any time (and why wouldn’t you, because yours is the best ever).
Practical information
- The ideal size group is up to 10 gin enthusiasts per event, with the intent to keep an intimate and personal experience, however a larger group can be accommodated if requested.
- We respectfully request greater than one week’s notice for reschedules. If rescheduling with less than a week’s notice, a $30 per person rescheduling fee will be charged.
- When you reorder your custom Gin the cost will be $50 + taxes.
8 ppl max
Start Time
Weekly on Saturday7:30 PM
Weekly on Saturday6:30 PM
3 H
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Or, you are welcome to bring in food, we just cannot serve it under our Tasting Room License.
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Cancellation Policy
  • Cancellations made at a later date will not be refunded.
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A typical itinerary:

9:00 AM: Morning pick-up at your vacation rental or Seattle hotel in our luxurious Mercedes van.

10:00 AM: Snoqualmie Falls

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