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Snapstaff brings awesome cocktails to your house party

Holiday party season is rapidly approaching, and for those who are tasked with throwing their own elegant, need-to-impress fetes, it begins with the minutiae of decor, finger foods, and perhaps most importantly, libations. If you're tired of either attempting to mix your own drinks (an exercise in futility as the night wears on), or hiring someone off the street (i.e. Craigslist), consider Snapstaff.

In line with the current mixologist, craft, and classic cocktails trend in Toronto, Snapstaff provides bartenders ($38/hour), mixologists ($42/hour), and senior mixologists ($50/hour), to mix custom-crafted cocktails for your party using bitters, teas, agaves, herbs, fresh-squeezed juices--read, no canned tonic water and an anemic wedge of lime. They'll also provide floral arrangements, sound and video set-up, hors d'oeuvres and clean-up as needed (and for additional fees), and of course, bring all the accoutrements necessary to make your drink.

The staff is multilingual, trained by the Toronto Institute of Bartending, and all bartenders are Smart Serve certified. You'll need to provide alcohol and ice, but they'll come equipped with the know-how to create featured drinks such as the pear mule (pear-infused gin, apple cider, chocolate bitters, ginger beer, and lemon juice) and Georgian jealousy (black tea, apple cider vinegar, agave, and gin). Now if only they were available for a last-minute, weeknight party of one.


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