Winning Cocktails - 2019
Ronnaporn Kanivichaporn from Bangkok, Thailand, emerged the worthy champion after presenting his Pink Me Up cocktail at the 2019 global final held in Amsterdam. The victory also celebrates his title as the first ever bartender from an Asian country to win the competition.
The other seven bartenders to reach the last round of the global final were: Nicole Fas (Puerto Rico), Matthew Wakeford (United Arab Emirates), Chelsie Bailey (UK), Chantelle Gabino (Canada), Matías Peredo (Chile), Filippos Tasoulas (Greece) and Hiroyasu Okanuma (Japan).
Following thousands of entries, the global final brought together 43 bartenders from around the world to present their rendition of a modern classic and compete for the winning title.
We present all 43 cocktails showcased in the Bacardi Legacy global final below (simply click on the image to view in more detail).
Mantener La Fe
Pink Me Up
Volver a Empezar
The Fire Thief
Save the Legacy
El Meu Avi
Gloria (by Will Isaza)
Flor de Luna
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