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Hundreds of attendees converged at the 26th annual HORECA exhibition at Seaside Arena in Beirut this week to peruse the new collections of food and hospitality brands and witness rousing competitions.HORECA's selling point is its all-encompassing scope, with a wide range of products on display, varying from kitchen appliances to ice cream and alcohol.People toured the huge halls, enjoying free samples and listening to businessmen and women tell the story of their brands.The most exciting competitions that continue to attract visitors year after year are the Hospitality Salon Culinaire, the Lebanese Bartenders Competition and the Lebanese Barista Competition.In a timed bartending competition, five final contestants had to make a drink with ingredients from the "Creative Box," which included three mystery ingredients they were required to include.Around the Lebanese Barista Competition the smell of roasted coffee beans filled the air, as contestants rushed to make their most perfect cup of coffee.Some of the competition results were not yet available as The Daily Star went to press.
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