Features | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 10

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Quality serves here to stay

Cocktail culture continues to evolve in bars and pubs IT’S been several years since a resurgence in cocktails helped breathe new life into on-trade spirits …

Drinks with a sense of place

Customers and staff alike are looking for provenance PROVENANCE has become somewhat of a watchword in the Scottish on-trade, with a spike in interest from …

Heat up your drinks range

Tea and coffee represent a real opportunity for the trade AS pub and bar customers come to demand more from the on-trade venues they visit, hot beverages have …

Achieving food waste compliance

Operators should seek support to ensure they comply with food waste rules, firms say FOOD waste management may not be the most glamorous part of operating an …

Explore rum’s hidden depth

Opportunity to make the most of spirit’s diversity LAST year was a great one for producers of golden and dark rum, with both styles in growth, according to …

Licensees take aim at rate levels

Operators across Scotland have been rocked by the draft rateable values THE release of new draft rateable values has sent shockwaves through the licensed …

Aspiration culture can drive sales

Customers want quality and shout about it online when they find it THE figures don’t lie – premium spirits sales continue to rise as customers visiting the …

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