Cornish spiced rum brand Dead Man’s Fingers has continued its impressive momentum in the spirits sector by rolling out a new bespoke bottle that grabs attention for its premium portfolio on shelf, alongside announcing UK-wide listings. Continue reading Dead Man’s Fingers points to success with new bottle launch
Liverpool Gin is to open a new distillery, complete with two bars, a Gin Lab and a Bartender School, on Castle Street towards the end of 2018.
The £1 million development, owned by Halewood Wines & Spirits, will enable gin fans to learn how to make the spirit themselves in a specially designed Gin Lab. Visitors will be able to choose their own botanicals and distil their own bespoke gin to take home.
Halewood Wines & Spirits is continuing to drive the evolution of its craft and artisanal spirits portfolio, by securing UK and Republic of Ireland distribution rights to Beluga, producers of a range of super-premium Russian vodkas.
The deal, which takes effect from 1st July, will see Halewood take over from Cellar Trends to supply both the on and off trade with Beluga’s coveted collection of exquisite vodkas, including Beluga Noble, Transatlantic, Allure, Gold Line, and Hunting variants. Further to the additional routes to market that the deal offers, the brand will also benefit from additional marketing and promotional support.
In just a matter of weeks since launching two new variants and a punchy redesign, Dead Man’s Fingers, the premium rum brand created in Cornwall, has continued its impressive momentum by securing its first national grocery listing with Asda.
Having mainly enjoyed distribution in the South West of the country, the deal presents a major milestone in the brand’s evolution since being acquired by Halewood, specialists in innovative artisanal spirits and craft beers.
Due to popular demand, award winning craft spirits producer J.J. Whitley has followed its thirst for innovation with the exciting launch of a Violet Gin to coincide with World Gin Day, on Saturday 9th June.
Inspired by the British countryside, J.J. Whitley, which is named after the Whitley family who began distilling in rural Cheshire in 1762, is well known for experimenting with exceptional flavours and this brand new addition to the range is no exception to that rule. Continue reading J.J. Whitley takes range into new realms with Violet Gin