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Pubs should take the tonic high road

Premium tonics are being sought out and bars have to be ready to meet demand …

Unlocking flavour

THE firm behind mixers brand Franklin & Sons has unveiled four new ‘dual-flavoured’ premium tonic waters aimed squarely at ‘epicurious’ consumers. …

Stand out from the competition

Liqueurs’ diversity should be used to create special cocktail serves, say firms …

Craft producers can combination

Franklin & Sons and London distillery Portobello Road Gin have teamed up to create a new premium and craft ready-to-serve gin and tonic in a can …

Warm flavours and cool drinks to shine

FRESH, fruit flavours are likely to be among the most popular choices once more as Scotland’s bars and pubs prepare for summer. …

The season to toast to bars’ good health

As wellbeing becomes more important, pubs have to offer healthier choices …

It’s not just for the cocktail venues

Craft spirits are no longer the preserve of high-end city centre bars PUB operators looking to make the most of the recent boom in craft spirits needn’t …

Diversification is the name of the game

There has arguably never been a broader choice of new and interesting flavours for bar and pub operators to stock. And as the breadth of different products on …

Step beyond classic serves

Consumers seeking more interesting, premium drinks GIN and tonic is one of the all-time classic bar calls, but the spirit isn’t the only side of the serve …

Soft option is a sales driver

If the approach is right, the rewards can be plenty WHETHER it’s due to people giving up alcohol for ‘dry January’, or just living healthier, soft drinks …

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