Cocktail Classics

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Make molecular drinks at home with three easy molecular recipes that bring cutting-edge mixology into your home bar.

  • Kit to make your own molecular drinks at home
  • All kits include: 10 sachets of natural food additives, 2 pipettes, 1 slotted spoon, 3-recipe booklet, and 1 silicone mold
  • 3 additive types included (10 sachets total): 4 sachets of Sodium Alginate, 4 sachets of Calcium Lactate, and 2 sachets of Soy Lecithin
  • All additives, except the Gelatin, are natural and found in nature, primarily in red algae plants
  • Dimensions (in packaging): 9.3" x 6.5" x 3.1"
  • Weight: 0.7 lb.

4 Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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Really fun


I love to make original cocktails, but the classics are classics for a reason... With this kit I can work the classics and still be original! so much fun!More > < Less


Well-received gift!


I gave this as a Christmas gift to my daughter and her husband, and they had so much fun with it that I bought it again for my son's birthday. All their guests to whom they served the Margarita and Mojito drinks were very impressed.More > < Less




My husband and I were given these as a 5th anniversary present and we have been having SO MUCH FUN with them so far!! Amazing party item with easy-to-follow instructions :)More > < Less


good gift


makes a nice presentation and gift. was there to see one of the three recipes made and it was a dud. hope the rest work out!

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Molecule-R - Gastronomy and Mixology Kits

About Molecule-R

Home Gastronomy

If you had sodium alginate and calcium salts lying around your kitchen, could you transform liquids into tiny, stunning spheres? Sounds daunting, right? But it’s possible through spherification, a culinary process that shapes a liquid into caviar-like spheres held together by a thin membrane.

Spherification is just one technique associated with molecular gastronomy, a modern style of cuisine that encourages chefs to experiment with a wide variety of ingredients and take a scientific approach to cooking. The awe factor is high, but so is the intimidation factor. Jonathan Coutu and Jerome De Champlain aim to change that with a pair of do-it-yourself kits designed to make molecular gastronomy accessible to all us amateur cooks, right in our own kitchens.

Jonathan and Jerome are the founders of Molecule-R Flavors, based in Montreal. Their Cuisine R-Evolution kit includes five key tools, five kinds of food additives, a DVD with instructions, and 50 recipes for visually stunning and explosively flavorful foods such as raspberry ravioli, arugula spaghetti, and balsamic vinegar pearls.

For the bar, there’s Cocktail R-Evolution, a kit focused on the art of molecular mixology. The cocktail kit comes with three tools, five types of additives, an instructional DVD, and 30 recipes that will have you creating layered martinis and serving tequila with lime foam in no time. Prepare to wow your family and friends!