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GIFFARD Asia Regionals in Bangkok, May 2017

POST-EVENT: GWC Giffard Asia Regionals in Bangkok, May 2017

GWC Giffard Asia Regionals, Bangkok, May 2017

Started back in 1997, Giffard launched its own cocktail challenge opened to professional bartenders, the Giffard West Cup. 

The first edition took place on the west coast of France, hence its name. The competition rapidly became international and more and more countries were invited to compete. 

This year, the competition has been extended to Asia with a first preselection in 5 different countries : China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand ; each champion goes to Asia Regionals which took place on Monday 22nd May in Bangkok in the brand new beautiful place at Penthouse Bar & Grill, Park Hyatt.

The 6 champion’s winners of Giffard Competition : 
Slamet Haryadi M Bar, hong Kong | Hong Kong 
Rambo Zheng The Tailor Bar, Shanghai | China 
Michael Keith Tubiera Rambla, Manila | Philippines 
David Hans Wake me up Cafe, Kuala Lumpur | Malaysia 
Patcharaporn Kongjun (Fon) Havana Social, Bangkok | Thailand 
Christyne Lee Highball, Singapore | Singapore

The top 2 of the Regionals winners fly to France to compete on GWC Finals in Angers (France) representing Asia in Angers, in France on Tuesday 6th June. 

The 6 competitors has been challenged on 3 rounds : Challenge 1, the French Affair, Challenge 2, Thai Mystery, Challenge 3, Put a spell on your cocktail.

 

The Company:

GIFFARD is a French family company producing liqueurs and syrups since 1885.

We offer a large range of more than 70 flavors for our syrup range and more than 80 in our liqueurs, selling to restaurants/bars/cafés and premium hotels. Giffard is expending internationally with now more than 80 countries in the world and launching in 2017, the regional Asia office in Bangkok.

More info and post-event video : www.giffard.comwww.youtube.com/watch?v=klC5nAAH8lg

 

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