Made With Love is back! On March 30, 21 top bartenders will compete to create a masterpiece drink that will knock the socks off of cocktail enthusiasts. Your mission? To sample and judge each drink based on originality, creativity and taste.
Check out the list of participating bartenders here. The competition takes place at Toronto’s Liberty Grand from 6-10 PM. Tickets are $65 and includes food pairings and cocktail tastings. Buy your tickets here.
We’re giving away two tickets to Made With Love! To enter the contest, tell us your favourite cocktail in the comment box below. Make sure to include your email address so we can get in touch with you. Contest ends March 27, 2015 at 11:59pm.
Hey EDT! This is definitely going to be a stellar event!
My favourite cocktails right now are made with shrubs – vinegar-based syrups that hail from the 18th century. They give the perfect balance of sweet and tart and I can think of no better Spring/Summer drink. Borealia in Toronto does a couple of memorable creations: the Grapefruit Shrub Spritz topped with Cava and the Lemon Sage Ice Tea which delivers a sublime fresh sage flavour. Both irresistibly refreshing.
I’d love to wet my whistle with Canada’s latest creations!
Angie Arora says
The Gulab (from Byblos in Toronto): lemonade with rosewater, vodka infused with dried, edible rose, pomegranate reduction, cardamom and fresh lemon.
Tracy Cann says
I love a good “Dark and stormy”. Lots of lime and strong ginger.
Mike Donnelly says
I tried a smoked Manhattan recently. It’s my new favourite.
Christina D says
Sounds like a very fun event! I’ve always liked my Whiskey Sour.
Samantha O. says
I like white russians
Louie sanchez says
Seven and seven
Terry Leung says
My favourite cocktail has to be the mojito… such a delicate balance between the flavours to serve up the ultimate refreshing beverage!!
Someone already mentioned dark and stormy so I will have to pick another but it is hard to beat that refreshing, satisfying mix of sweet rum and spicy ginger beer.
I like anything with a good bit of citrus – whether it’s tart limes or sweet orange peel and a bourbon base. An Old Fashioned it is then, especially with Toschi cherries. Mmm.
My fave cocktail is a creamsicle!!