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Jerry Lockspeiser on 2017: Something or nothing? Subscription
January. The beginning of a better year. That’s what we hope. However good or bad 2016 was personally, for our families, our businesses, and people in other places, we are hardwired to aim for better.
January can be bleak for the trade, with the mix of diminished consumer spend, attempts to cut back on the booze and the ever-glorious weather conspiring against the will to go out and enjoy.
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Spirits brand news
Scottish farm-to-bottle distillery Arbikie Highland Estate is releasing a limited edition fresh strawberry vodka in the run-up to Christmas.
Lucas Bols has appointed Michael Mann, formerly of the City of London Distillery, as its UK brand ambassador.
Spirit behemoth Bacardi has appointed a new senior vice president and global chief communications officer.
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Sales of Cognac reached their highest level in terms of volume and value in 2016, the body which oversees the Cognac industry has reported.
Rum’s top advocates were recognised for their contributions to this increasingly popular and sometimes misunderstood spirit when Harpers celebrated its inaugural Think Rum event yesterday (January 16).
The teetotal trend: Beyond Dry January Subscription
As we’ve mentioned elsewhere in Harpers this month, we could be on the verge of the driest January on record. And no, we’re not talking about the weather.
Logistics: Coping with the cuts Subscription