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Double Dutch Invites All UK Bartenders to Enter Their Cocktail Competition of 2019!

You can win a 4* trip for two to Amsterdam including travel and accommodation

Their famous cocktail competition is taking place across the UK and they're inviting everyone who works in the UK on-trade scene to enter. The winner will receive a 4* trip for two to Amsterdam, including travel and accommodation. The qualifying rounds are taking place over the next month in multiple cities across the UK including: - Liverpool: Wednesday 28th August - Leeds: Monday 2nd September - London: Tuesday 3rd September - Bristol: Wednesday 4th September - Canterbury: Monday 9th September - Brighton: Wednesday 11th September

The theme of the qualifying round is: Around the world with Double Dutch

The Dutch have always travelled well, and Double Dutch is no exception. They have travelled from Holland (the home of superlative spirits) to share their innovative approach to flavour pairing. Show them how you would use Double Dutch in your travels around the world and create a cocktail for your favourite country - whether it's a cocktail for carnival, an iced pour for Iceland or a Spanish sensation - show by how adding a little Dutch transforms your drink's journey.

(Minimum Double Dutch in your drink: 100ml)

The final will take place on September 25th 2019 in London and the focus of the round will be: The Evolution of Tonic

Tonic water used to be medicinal, now it is a main ingredient in the most refreshing drinks. Double Dutch are passionate believers in the importance of flavour – show them how you think the flavour of tonic will continue to evolve with your best cocktail of the future.

(Minimum Double Dutch in your drink: 100ml)

To enter please email

Additional entry requirements:

– Must work in the UK on-trade scene.

– All entrants are required to follow Double Dutch across Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn.

Judging criteria:

1. Taste: A cocktail should be pleasing, balanced and simply amazing! Is this palatable, refreshing or truly delicious? Is it too sweet or too sour? Can we still taste the Double Dutch in your drink?

2. Presentation: Consider the glass, appearance of the cocktail & garnish.

2. Product knowledge: How much do you know about Double Dutch?

To enter, please speak with your local account manager or contact

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