This month’s new products include Louis Roederer’s second Brut Nature vintage, a gin made from the by-products of wine and Coravin’s latest wonder wine opener.
Royal Salute has unveiled its latest expression – Royal Salute 32 Year Old Union of the Crowns – a blend of single malt and grain whiskies aged for a minimum of 32 years.
Diageo will release ten new whiskies this autumn as part of its special releases programme including a £2,500 bottling from Port Ellen, a distillery that closed more than three decades ago.
Graham’s has released its range of 10, 20 and 30 Year Old Ports in 20cl bottles in an effort to broaden its appeal and make the category more accessible.
Berry Bros. & Rudd has added an Irish whiskey to its spirits range, following its decision to bring distribution of its spirits in-house earlier this year.
Selfridges has listed Franklin & Sons’ range of premium tonic and mixers aimed at a “modern breed of discerning drinkers”.
Japan’s first gin distillery has been granted a production licence, with the company confirming its first release will be a rice-based gin called Ki No Bi.
Dutch brewer Heineken has launched a new “super-premium” cider, aimed at those who “yearn for the finer things in life”, onto the UK on-trade.
This month’s top new products include an experimental whiskey merging Scotch, Canadian and American malts and a Provence-style Australian rosé backed by celebrity chef John Torode.
Eighties electronica outfit New Order has launched a golden ale, in association with Lancashire-based Moorhouse Brewery, called Stray Dog.
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