Winning Cocktails - 2018
The 10th global winner of Bacardi Legacy was Erik Van Beek from the Netherlands with his cocktail Cariño, who after many months of promoting his drink around the world and a flawless presentation on stage, managed to climb to the top of the competitors list.
The two runners up were James Irvine from Australia and Ana Alicia Herrera from Mexico with their cocktails Bocado and Devil Woman. If you want to mark the highlights, you may keep a note that 2018 was the 10th year of the Bacardi Legacy Global Cocktail Competition which means that everything was bigger, fancier and with more 'Latino' spirit than ever!
34 competitors, 6 days, 1 Global Winner: Bacardi Legacy 2018 was a Mexican Fiesta for some of the best bartenders in the world. We present all 34 cocktails of the 2018 global final below.
Back to Basics Cocktail
Queen Street Cocktail
Tales of Eight
The Royal Legacy
La Familia No.2
Back in Black
Hug From Mary
Bacardi Carta Blanca light rum
Bacardi Superior is the original 'light white' rum, first made in 1862 by Don Facundo Bacardi Massó. It is a blend of heavy-bodied and drier light-bodied
Bacardi Ocho Anos
For many years the preserve only of the Bacardi family, Bacardi 8-Year-Old was first released with a sherry oak finish, as a very limited edition, in 1995
Bacardi Carta Oro Rum
Named 'Bacardi Oro' after the Spanish word for 'gold', this rum was first produced in 1862. Bacardi Gold is blended from 14 different rums aged one-to-two