Chairman’s Reserve Mai Tai Competition – Runners and Riders

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The entry period for the Chairman’s Reserve Mai Tai competition is over, and now the successful bars are getting down to the business of winning a trip to St. Lucia.

BarLifeUK Competitions - Win A Trip to St. Lucia with the Chairman’s Reserve Mai Tai CompetitionOver the coming weeks, bars across the UK are offering their twist on the classic Mai Tai, in a celebration of Summer, Chairman’s Reserve Rum, and in an effort to win a place both in the Summer party finale, and ultimately, on a distillery trip to St. Lucia.

The participating bars have been given support from the brand, and are being judged on sales and social media engagement with customers. If you would like to pop in to your local competing bar, and sample their Mai Tai twist, we present to you below, a full list for your Tiki pleasure…

Participating bars by city:

Aberdeen

  • Tippling House
  • Chester Hotel
  • Rye and Soda

Edinburgh

  • Dine
  • The Black Bird
  • Lebowskies
  • Mothers
  • 99 Hanover Street
  • Panda and Sons
  • 52 Cannoes
  • The Espy

Glasgow

  • Tiki Bar

London

  • Chit Chaat Chai Wandsworth
  • Mr Fogg’s
  • Trailer Happiness
  • HUSH Mayfair
  • Radio bar
  • Barrio Bars
  • Café Pacifico
  • Trading House
  • Hoxton Pony
  • Hide Bar Bermondsey
  • London Cocktail Club
  • Mahiki
  • Novikov
  • Looking Glass
  • 14 Leicester Square

Darlington

  • Voodoo Café

Newcastle

  • Popolo
  • Tiger Hornsby
  • Alvino’s
  • The Slaughter House at Longhorns
  • Nighthawks

Cambridge

  • La Raza
  • Ta Bouche Café and Cocktail Bar

Guernsey

  • Red Grill House

Birmingham

  • the bureau
  • Island bar

Leicester

  • 45 West Bottle Shop and Bar

Nottingham

  • Hockley Arts Club

Liverpool

  • Blind Tiger
  • Aloha

Manchester

  • El Gato Negro
  • Angelica

Sheffield

  • Bamboo Door

 

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Andy Ives has over 10 years hospitality publishing to his name and has written for trade magazines such as CLASS and Theme. Most recently he worked as editor of Industry magazine (the Australian version of Theme), bars editor of Australian Bartender magazine, and launched (with Simon) www.4bars.com.au, which is now Australia’s leading bar industry website.

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