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About

Meet Livio

Livio Lauro started his beverage career more than 25 years ago in Southern Italy at the famous Club Valentino, and later at the cocktail-centric Dolce Vita; both located on the beautiful island of Ischia in the heart of the Mediterranean.

The recipient of several prestigious awards in international cocktail competitions, Livio was recognized in 2002 for passing the final Capo Barman AIBES exam, the most prestigious testing series sanctioned by the Italian Bartenders Association. Livio is widely recognized as one of the most instrumental figures in the resurgence of the United States Bartenders’ Guild (USBG) and is the founding President of the Guild’s Master Accreditation program which is the premier national testing body for bartenders in the United States.

His seminars are routinely featured at major beverage trade shows and are recognized as being both innovative and trendsetting.  Since 2001, Livio has been employed by Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits in Las Vegas and works alongside the foremost distillers and beverage importers in the world. Livio also works with many of the most recognizable hospitality corporations by assisting them in the development of successful and profitable Beverage initiatives. Livio owns some 400 vintage and modern books on mixology, hospitality, alcoholic beverages, and drinking culture, he’s incessently passionate about his research on these topics.

Livio is also the author of the Liquid Legacybook and the co-author of The Twelve Cocktailsand The Beverage Engineer.

My Philosophy

MY PHILOSOPHY I believe that as an expert instructor I’m morally obligated to enter the classroom with the highest of expectations for each and every one of my students, and to teach and inspire with a high level of energy and enthusiasm. I take my responsibilities as the leader of the classroom very personally because cocktails are personal to me. By expecting the best of my students and emphasizing and living the values of dedication, perseverance, and hard work, my students will rise to the occasion and be able to make a cocktail appropriate for any celebration. I aim to bring an open mind, positive attitude, noticeable passion, and high expectations to the classroom each day.

I believe that I owe it to my students, as well as the community, to bring consistency, diligence, and nurturing spirit to my job in the hope that I can ultimately inspire and encourage such traits in my students as well. I also make it a point to teach my students real-life solutions on the topics I teach so that what they are learning becomes highly-applicable in their careers and in their lives. Teaching with a positive attitude, passion, and discipline aids support to the personal and intellectual growth of a student. My classes are encouraging and designed to produce the learning environment and opportunities my students deserve.