Two or Four Hours of Bartender Services from Getting Tipsy, Inc. (Up to 77% Off)

Getting Tipsy, Inc. San Jose

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In a Nutshell

Customers take their parties to the next level with bartending services that include setup, mixers, and one specially created custom drink

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Valid only within 100 miles of zip code 95133. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed voucher price). Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Must use promotion value in 1 visit. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Extra charge for additional hours. Can not combine offers. Limit 1 per party. 14 day advance appointment required; subject to availability (check before purchasing). Tax and gratuity not included. May be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $99 for two hours of bartender services with one bartender ($398 value)
  • $459 for four hours of bartender services with two bartenders ($1,996 value)

This deal includes a personal consultation, one custom drink, tablecloths, garnishes, juices, flavorings, and bar equipment. The two-hour option is best suited for parties of up to 50 guests while the four-hour option can handle parties with up to 250 guests.

Customers must provide their own liquor.

Gin: Boldness from Berries

Every alcohol has its own unique character and story. Gin up some discussion of a classic spirit with Groupon’s exploration of gin.

The 1823 edition of Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary of the English Language defined gin as “the spirit drawn from juniper.” That’s not quite right—like most other popular spirits, gin is distilled from grain—but it’s an understandable mistake. The juniper berry (really a tiny cone) is responsible for both gin’s potent pine flavor and for its name, a truncation of the Dutch word jenever. To make most gin varieties, distilleries steep juniper and an often-secret blend of other botanicals such as coriander, citrus peel, cardamom, and angelica root in clear, neutral alcohol for as little as 24 hours. It’s then ready to be bottled; unlike brandy and whiskey, gin does not age.

From there, gin becomes the base for some of the world’s best-loved cocktails. The gin and tonic originated as a palatable delivery system for the bitter quinine that sailors and other equatorial travelers took to prevent malaria. There’s also the classic martini—gin, dry vermouth, an olive—and the summery tom collins, made with a little sugar and half an ounce of lemon juice.

These easy-to-mix drinks are all simple enough to let the spirit’s fragrant, herbal qualities shine through, but in past centuries that may not have been desirable. Eighteenth-century English distillers notoriously reached for competitive advantages by infusing their gin with inexpensive clarifying agents such as turpentine, alum, and sulfuric acid.


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