The mixer makers helping bartenders build skills
Double Dutch, founded by Dutch twins Raissa and Joyce de Haas´ in 2015, has set up a scholarship and mentoring programme to help “support, train and empower aspiring female mixologists.”
The initiative was announced at an all-female speaking panel and brunch on Monday (2 March) in collaboration with Percy & Founders in Fitzrovia.
Hopeful students can apply to the programme online at www.doubledutchdrinks.com from 8 March until the end of April.
With the theme “Breaking Barriers: How to Thrive as a Woman in Hospitality,” the event brought together women working in all sectors of hospitality to share their experiences of working in the industry.
Hannah Sharman-Cox and Siobhan Payne of Drink Up London; Agnieska Josko, F&B Operations Manager at Ormer Mayfair; Jacqui McMillan, General Manager of Novotel Canary Wharf and Bokan; Angela Farrugia, Founder of Brand X Society; Anna Sebastien, Bar Manager of Artesian, and Camille Vida, founder of La Maison Wellness, and Double Dutch founder Raissa and Joyce de Haas all took part.