RumChata Peppermint Bark

Posted by Mike Time on  September 28, 2020

Category: Product Showcase
RumChata has announced the launch of RumChata Peppermint Bark for this holiday season. This rum cream liqueur has the traditional peppermint bark flavors of white chocolate, dark chocolate and candy cane, the company says. RumChata has also dressed up its traditional gold-capped bottle for Peppermint Bark with festive graphics perfect for holiday parties. “RumChata’s family of brands will be on full display this holiday for all RumChata lovers to enjoy,” says Tom Maas, RumChata founder
The Evan Williams bourbon family has a new look. Evan Williams Black, Evan Williams Bottled-in-Bond and Evan Williams Flavors have all received a new bottles with updated label designs. Launched in the 1950s, Evan Williams Bourbon has became one of America’s top selling bourbons and Heaven Hill Distillery’s flagship brand. The updated branding is meant to drive further growth, the company says, with “feature key enhancements and a consistent look on the shelf.” The branding redesigns are
The UK government has reversed its decision to sell alcohol in parliamentary bars after 10pm to match curfew regulations enforced in hospitality venues across England. The ruling comes into force today, four days after bars and restaurants in England were ordered to close their doors from 10pm in an effort to stem the spread of coronavirus. According to a UK parliament spokesperson, catering facilities in parliament will remain open later when the House of Commons is
Trade show Vinexpo New York has launched a series of online seminars to help brands launch in the US. The new five-part webinar series, called Growing Brands in the US Market, has been created by Vinexpo New York and Sonoma State University. The education series aims to help companies navigate and better understand the complexities of working in the US. Each webinar will feature industry experts discussing the latest developments in the industry, as well
Mandatory 10pm closures in Britain will “significantly reduce” visits to pubs, bars and restaurants, and cause drinkers to head home to continue socialising after the curfew, a new survey suggests. According to the CGA Consumer Pulse Survey, which polled 1,000 British consumers following the announcement of a 10pm curfew on bars in England, 40% of respondents said they will go out less often as a result of the enforced closures. Just 14% of those polled