Cocktails and premium drinks help the consumer trade up for Christmas
SCOTTISH drinks company Buck & Birch has launched a new spirit that it is pitching as an alternative to gin or vodka.
WITH trade having been disrupted – or cancelled entirely – for much of the past year, Scotland’s pub, bar and restaurant operators will be hoping to make up for lost time during the remainder of 2021.
TEQUILA has had something of a reputation in the UK for being a spirit that bar and pub customers shoot first and ask questions about later (or not at all).
LOCKDOWN and more nights at home have changed the way people enjoy whisky – and producers expect licensees to experience it first-hand as more customers return to the on-trade.
ONE of the true ‘must stocks’ of the past few years, gin is now just as likely to be seen on the back-bar of a community pub than the gantry of a city centre cocktail bar.
WHETHER it’s consuming fewer calories, less alcohol – or both – many pub, bar and restaurant customers are becoming more mindful of what they are drinking.
STAYING ‘local’ for over a year as a result of the pandemic may have had plenty of people climbing the walls but it also led to many getting better acquainted with the area in which they live – and the producers within it.
AS a country with a famously sweet tooth, it’s probably no surprise that there seems to be a growing demand for flavoured spirits in the UK.
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