The inaugural Bombay Sapphire Stir Creativity Cocktail Competition, wants you to take creative inspiration from around you to stir up an amazing cocktail, but times is running out to take part.
Entries for the competition close at 11.59pm on Wednesday, 22 February, so you only have one week to be in with the chance to claim the inaugural competition trophy and also $3000 prize money, a pin crafted of their winning cocktail and a trip to London and the home of Bombay Sapphire – the Bombay Sapphire Laverstoke Mill is on the site of a former paper mill in the Hampshire countryside.
Speaking at the launch, Bombay Sapphire Brand Ambassador, Corina Retter said: “I’m so excited to be able to announce that Bombay Sapphire is launching its inaugural cocktail competition, Bombay Sapphire Stir Creativity.
“Now this competition is going to challenge bartenders to take inspiration from the world around them and to create a drink using one of the spirits from the House of Bombay.
“Here are Bombay we believe that creativity is not limited to studios, to art galleries or to trained artists, and that creativity and inspiration can be found in the most mundane moments, if you only open your eyes to see it.
“So we’ll be challenging bartenders to find something that inspires them to create a cocktail using one of the Bombay Sapphire portfolio, and to submit that for a chance to win a trip to the Laverstroke Distillery.”
Entries close 11.59pm AEST on Wednesday 22nd February and are to be submitted via the entry website https://stircreativitycomp.bombaysapphire.com.
National finalists will be announced in late February and Corina will embark on a judging tour. Following the in venue tasting the four national finalists will be announced in early March and will then prepare for the upcoming national final.
Get inspired and stir your creativity – head to the competition website today – https://stircreativitycomp.bombaysapphire.com
For support and queries, contact Corina Retter, Bombay Sapphire Brand Ambassador firstname.lastname@example.org