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May 13 WSET 2 Award in Spirits Online

Discover the World of Spirits Online

  • Starts 13 May
  • 1,000 Australian dollars
  • Online

Available spots

Service Description

Discover the world of spirits online in five weeks online through WSET Global. The course provides introductory spirits knowledge and training to those employed in the liquor industry or anyone with a serious interest. No prior knowledge is required, although we recommend that absolute beginners begin with Level 1. There are no fixed lectures May 13 date, allows the course to be displayed on the website. Spirit samples are not included in the course fee. Students can opt to purchase a tasting set of 15 ml samples for $155 plus shipping Cognac – Martel VS Vodka -Stolichnaya Unpeated scotch – Singleton of Dufftown 12 Peated Scotch – Talisker 10 Bourbon – Bullet Molasses-based rum (Cuban) – Havana 3 Molasses Based Rum – Plantation Special Dry Jamaican Rum 100 agave tequila – Herradura Plata Tequila Vermouth/ aromatised wine – Rosso Antico Gin – Tanqueray Cognac - Martel XO Armagnac VSOP - Delord Armagnac VSOP Pisco - Barsol Tennessee - Jack Daniels Rye Whiskey - Jim Beam Rye Irish Whiskey - Tullamore DEW Irish Whiskey Canadian Whiskey - Canadian Club whiskey Characterful French style Rhum J. Agricole White Blanc Inexpensive highly coloured Rum -Captain Morgan dark rum Aged British style Rum- Appleton 8-year rum 100 Agave Tequila Reposado- Herradura Reposado Tequila Mezcal - Vida Mezcal Characterful vodka - Karlson’s Potato vodka Modern Gin - Hendricks Gin Third Gin - Archie Rose Straight Dry Gin Bitter - Campari Simple liqueur - Cointreau Complex liqueur - Grand Marnier Participation in a one-hour, multiple-choice WSET examination is required in the final session. It is a requirement that the WSET specification document is read before you pay. media/11713/wset_l2spirits_specification_en_may2022_issue2.pdf What you will learn: How to taste and describe spirits using the WSET Level 2 Systematic Approach to Tasting Spirits ® (SAT) Techniques used during the four stages of spirits production: processing the raw material, alcoholic fermentation; distillation; and post-distillation operations How techniques used during the four stages of production determine the style of a spirit How a balanced cocktail is made and examples in four notable cocktail families How local production traditions, coupled with local laws, are used to create different styles of spirits Entry Requirements You must be 18 years of age or older to enrol Start Date: May 13 2024 End Date: June 16 2024 Exam Date: Online at a date and time of your choice.

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Cancellation Policy

Cancellations notified in writing more than 14 days before the program begins are eligible for a full refund. Cancellations notified within 14 days of the program will not receive a refund; however, a substitute may attend in your place. If a program is cancelled by Wine Intuition, you are entitled to a full refund. If you register and pay within 14 days of the course commencement date you will not be eligible for a refund.

Contact Details

+ 0409955726

Level 21 133 Castlereagh Street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

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