Bordeneuve Châteaux & Collections has joined forces with importer and distributor Exquisite Elixir Co. Ltd to enter into the Thai market. Go to Source Author:

Captain Morgan Apple Smash

Posted by Mike Time on August 1, 2018
Category: Product Showcase
Captain Morgan has introduced Captain Morgan Apple Smash, the brand’s newest pre-made shot, which blends Caribbean rum with green-apple flavor. Though ideally enjoyed as a chilled shot, Captain Morgan Apple Smash can also be served in a number of cocktail recipes. The Apple Smash packaging resembles an apple and emanates the aroma of tart green apple when you scratch the bottle. Apple Smash (60 proof, 30% ABV) has a suggested retail price of $15.99 for
The tech company Morning Consult has released a study that looks into the drinking habits of modern U.S. consumers. The survey was conducted among 2,201 U.S. adults from July 17-18, 2018. Key takeaways include signs that Americans now prefer cocktails and liquor over beer. Nearly 4 in 10 (39%) respondents said that cocktails and straight liquor are their favorite alcoholic drinks, compared to 33% who say beer and 25% who say wine. This is in line with
Laphroaig has unveiled the 2018 edition of its collectable Cairdeas Scotch series: Laphroaig Cairdeas Fino Cask. Each year, Laphroaig Distillery Manager, John Campbell, crafts a limited-edition malt to “celebrate friendship,” which is “Cairdeas” in Gaelic. Released in limited quantities stateside as one of the most a highly anticipated Laphroaig offerings each year, the 2018 iteration, Cairdeas Fino Cask, features a double maturation of the liquid in first-fill bourbon barrels, and then finished in Fino Sherry casks. The
Many bars and restaurants put wine on their menus because they have to, according to David Foss, partner in Invictus Hospitality. “You have to have a white, a red, a sparkling, and so on,” Foss noted in session at the Nightclub & Bar show in Las Vegas in March. But that strategy isn’t good enough today, as guests have become more interested and sophisticated about wine. Millennials and Generation Y have completely changed the industry