Our Favourite Launches From The Drinks World In 2016
Updates from your favourite drink brands.
New Look, Same Spirit
La Maison Rémy Martin has unveiled a new look for one of its most iconic cognacs. The new carafe features a slightly rounder and more modern silhouette while retaining most of its original character.
Belvedere Goes Au Naturel
The luxury vodka is encouraging drinkers to keep things simple with their cocktails by using natural ingredients. As part of their ’Be Natural’ manifesto, Belvedere has come up with several cocktails called the Belvedere Spritz collection that is made of 100% natural and low-sugar ingredients.
Perrier-Jouët celebrated the change of the seasons with the launch of the limited edition Belle Epoque Automne 2005. The rosy hues of the champagne, inspired by the colour of falling leaves, serves as an homage to Autumn and echoes Perrier-Jouët’s ties to Art Nouveau and nature.
For the first time ever, the House of Martell has released two variations to its beloved cognac. The first, the travel retail exclusive Martell Cordon Bleu Extra is a special Cordon Bleu that features very old Borderies spirits. The second, Martell Cordon Bleue Intense Heat Cask Finish (pictured) is a cognac that is aged in intensely burnt oak barrels.
Royal Salute has unveiled its latest blend which pays tribute to the merging of the three kingdoms that gave rise to the modern British monarchy. The Royal Salute 32 Year Old Union of the Crowns features whiskies from some of the best distilleries in Scotland, including Longmorn, Glen Keith, Tormore, Braeval, Lochside and Caperdonich. It is available exclusively through global travel retail.
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