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Taking place Wednesday, June 3, at the TrainStation in Mar Mikhael, the final of the Lebanese round of the World Class series will be a departure from the first two competitions, featuring a series of challenges for the top six and a yet to be revealed wildcard from the remaining runner-ups.The seven Lebanese mixologists will be put through their paces, starting with a tasting test, then a market challenge – creating a cocktail from scratch from an unseen list of ingredients – followed by the top three presenting their new signature cocktail and finally, in the round most likely to fire up regular bar-goers, a test of speed. If you can't wait to see what the finalists will come up with, you can get a taste of the cocktails that got them this far.Perched on the bar was the tiny barrel in question, in which Haddad aged his cocktail, a mix of Don Julio Reposado and Bulleit Bourbon, for 10 days. The aging process was important, he explained, to allow for a smoother cocktail, with all the tastes blended together.
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