Combier and Lush Life Productions Name Top Boston Shakerface

(Boston, MA) —, a popular online video platform created by Combier Liqueur d’Orange — the world’s original triple sec — in collaboration with Lush Life Productions to showcase the talent and individuality of our great nation’s leading mixologists, is at it again. After recent tours in New Orleans, New York, and San Francisco, ShakerFaces’ cameras captured some of Beantown’s best bartenders on October 18th at The Franklin in Southie. The winner was Andrew Foster of Russell House Tavern, with Corey Bunnewith from Citizen Public House the runner-up.

Andrew’s win means he will join San Francisco’s Alicia Walton of Elixir and Comstock Saloon, New Orleans’ Tales of the Cocktail Shakerfaces winner Tom Speechley from 1806 in Melbourne, Australia and New York’s Manhattan Cocktail Classic Shakerfaces winner Bill Norris from Austin, in the final Shake-Off of 2010. See for more details.

About ShakerFaces Shake-Offs

For the past five months, Lush Life has been roaming the nation’s top cocktail shaking cities catching bartenders doing what they do best—behind the bar, shaking cocktails. Let’s face it, you can learn a lot about a bartender by the way they shake a cocktail. And, whether they're hard shakers or more musically inclined, our favorite bartenders all make a face when they shake.

To find out if ShakerFaces is coming to a city near you, check out for our upcoming schedule.

Next round of competitors: Portland Cocktail Week’s shakers begin on November 8th.


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