Bartenders from 11 countries win the highest award directly
Barbados, Bridgeton — The world’s oldest rum distillery invites bartenders across the Caribbean to submit Mount Gay Black Barrel and Mount Gay XO cocktail recipes for the chance to win the coveted prizes I put it in.
In a step-by-step contest, bartenders will attend a master class hosted by US brand ambassador Dario Prescod and showcase their work on social media channels using black barrels and XOs.
Following the initial competitive phase, Bahamian bartenders will be invited to compete in their own markets during June, and industry experts will judge their creativity, presentation, brand knowledge and originality.
Finalists will be announced by July 2nd and will be awarded a prize of $ 500 and a trip to Barbados for the International Lamb Day on August 16th.
Winner of the final match Take a full-pay trip to the London Lamb Festival in October home, where they have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the London bar scene and experience the iconic Lamb Festival.
Rafael Grisoni, Managing Director of Mount Gay, said:
“After setting this aside for travel restrictions, it’s nice to see bartenders under the Caribbean excited to make their own XO and black barrel cocktails for the world stage. Good luck everyone! “
The contest will be held locally in the Bahamas, Turks and Caicos Islands, Barbados, US Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands. BVI, Antigua, Trinidad, St. Martin and St. Bath have announced semi-finalists by July 1st in the last week of June 2022.
The final will be International Lambday in Barbados on August 16th, and the winners of the Grand Prize will be attending the London Lamb Festival from October 14th to 18th.
All local winners will be awarded a trip to Barbados, which has paid $ 500 in cash and all costs for the finals. Each social media entry receives a $ 50 prize.
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