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World bartender of the year finals take place in Glasgow

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World bartender of the year finals take place in Glasgow

World bartender of the year finals take place in Glasgow

A contest dubbed the Olympic Games of cocktail making has brought the planet's best bartenders to Scotland to compete for the world title.

Fifty-four national champions from six continents are showcasing their talents in Glasgow at the World Class event.


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