Win $5,000 with the Snow Queen Martini Masters

18th February, 2013 by Becky Paskin

Bartenders have just five days left to enter the Snow Queen Martini Masters cocktail competition, for the chance to win US$5,000 and an all-expenses-paid trip to London for the grand final.

Snow Queen Martini Masters

The deadline for entries for the Snow Queen Martini Masters is this Friday 22 February

Launched in collaboration with The Spirits Business, the Snow Queen Martini Masters is challenging bartenders around the world to create and submit a recipe for the perfect Snow Queen martini.

Five entries will be selected to compete in a live final held at The Club at The Ivy in London on 19 March 2013. From the five finalists, one will be named the winner and recipient of US$5,000.

The deadline for entries is this Friday 22 February. Bartenders are welcome to enter up to five recipes each with extra credit awarded to those cocktail recipes embodying the sophisticated, ultra-premium and feminine values of the Kazakh vodka brand.

To enter online, and for further information about the competition, click here.

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