Spirited Awards

24 July, 2014

Tales of the Cocktail's Spirited Awards were announced on July 19. Here's a guide to who won what.

International categories:

International Bartender of the Year Simone Caporale (London)

Best International Bar Team Artesian at the Langham (London)

Best International Brand Ambassador Giuseppe Gallo (Martini)

Best International Cocktail Bar 28 Hong Kong Street (Singapore)

Best International High Volume Cocktail Bar Schumann’s Bar (Munich)

Best International Hotel Bar Artesian at the Langham (London)

Best International Restaurant Bar The Bon Vivant (Edinburgh)

Best New International Cocktail Bar White Lyan (London)

American categories 

American Bartender of the Year Sean Kenyon (Denver)

Best American Bar Team Trick Dog (San Francisco)

Best American Brand Ambassador Neyah White (Suntory Japanese Whiskies)

Best American Cocktail Bar The Dead Rabbit (New York)

Best American High Volume Cocktail Bar Polite Provisions (San Diego)

Best American Hotel Bar Clyde Common (Portland)

Best American Restaurant Bar The NoMad (New York)

Best New American Cocktail Bar Three Dots and A Dash (Chicago)


Best Cocktail & Spirits Publication Imbibe Magazine (United States) 

Best Cocktail & Spirits Writer Paul Clarke (United States)

Best New Cocktail/Bartending Book Beachbum Berry’s Potions of the Caribbean by Jeff Berry

Overall categories:

Best Bar Mentor Dushan Zaric

Best New Product Del Maguey Ibérico mezcal

World’s Best Cocktail Menu The Aviary (Chicago)

World’s Best Drinks Selection The Dead Rabbit (New York)

Helen David Lifetime Achievement Award Julio Bermejo (San Francisco)

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