Chairman’s Reserve Australia and Big Island Wholesalers have announced the six finalist of the Australian Chairman’s Reserve Signature Mai Tai Competition who will be competing for the title of Mai Tai Chairman for Australia 2017.
After announcing the Phase 1 Finalists in August, here are the six finalist of the Chairman’s Reserve Australian Mai Tai Competition 2017 listed in alphabetical order:
- Sam Dennett – Cheddar Bella Vista
- Lachlan Gunner – Della Hyde, Darlinghurst
- Craig Keerison – The Botanist
- Mark Lovett – The Cuban Place, CBD
- Aaron Michael – The Forgotten Cask, Waterloo
- Oliver Payne – Bondi Hardware
The finalists will be competing on Monday 9th October at The Forgotten Cask Rooftop Bar from 2.30pm-6pm. The competition will be judged by Caleb Mcgeachie, Tom Bulmer, Michael Glaize and Corinne Mossati (Cocktails & Bars).
Chairman’s Reserve Australia would like to extend an invitation to the bartending community to watch the judging of the finals of the Chairman’s Mai Tai Competition and the crowning of the 2017 Australian Chairman’s Reserve Winner. There will be an after party at The Forgotten Cask (123 Botany Rd, Waterloo) which includes promotions, Chairman’s Reserve tastings, a first look and tasting of Clément Rhum Agricole from the island of Martinique as well as cocktail specials and free nibbles.
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