Digital design education has become, in a way, quite similar to Mixology, the art and science of mixing great drinks. Gone are the days when digital design educators only had a handful of ingredients to prepare their educational recipes. Today there are simply too many recipes. So, what should the core elements of digital education be today? What ingredients should be discarded? In what way should educators mix the ingredients? This paper presents highlights of a process followed by an experimental architectural digital design studio where students were served a special digital design cocktail exploring a new way to approach digital education today framed within the constraints of a typical architectural curriculum.