- April is a mixologist, cocktail instructor, and recipe developer whose recipes have appeared in Serious Eats, Lincoln Center Kitchen, MetLife Stadium, Whiskey Advocate, Forbes, Greatest, and more.
- She's the host of the Movers and Shakers podcast.
- She's the founder of Cheeky Cocktails, a company that offers cocktail mixers, syrups, and juices.
April Wachtel is an experienced mixologist and a cocktail and spirits instructor. In addition to Serious Eats, her recipes have appeared in Lincoln Center Kitchen, MetLife Stadium, Whiskey Advocate, Forbes, Greatest, and more.
As an entrepreneur, April is founder and CEO of Cheeky Cocktails, a cocktail mixer and content development company. April is also the host of the Movers and Shakers podcast and the former director of programming for the Enthuse Foundation, which facilitates pitch nights for female entrepreneurs.
She has made appearances on The Today Show, Fox & Friends, the Heritage Radio Network, and the Sundance Channel. In her off-time, you can find April rockclimbing, riding bikes, doing yoga, or dancing tango.
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