Category Archives: Spirits

Jim Beam Unveils ‘Jim Bean Vanilla’

The latest addition to the brand’s flavored portfolio, Jim Beam Vanilla, blends Madagascar vanilla bean liqueur with classic Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey. It has “the perfect balance of subtle Madagascar vanilla bean with hints of oak and caramel bourbon notes, … Continue reading

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Infinium Spirits to Import Koskenkorva Vodka

Infinium Spirits is launching Koskenkorva Vodka in the USA. As the key export brand of Altia, Koskenkorva Vodka, is now currently available in almost 30 countries. Koskenkorva Vodka is made from nature’s best ingredients, utilizing the finest local barley, pure … Continue reading

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Beam Suntory U.S. Sales Up Mid-Single-Digits

Beam Suntory Inc.’s comparable sales increased at a mid-single-digit rate in the first half, parent company Suntory Inc. reports.  Jim Beam and Maker’s Mark demonstrated double-digit global growth driven by rising consumer demand and favorable share trends across key markets, … Continue reading

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Bacardi to Expand Tree Planting Program to 5 Additional States

Bacardi Inc.’s “Buy-a-Bottle-Plant-a-Tree” campaign to restore forests in Idaho resulted in sales of 3,585 cases of Bacardí Superior, Bacardí Gold, and Bacardí Select rum were sold in 65 Idaho retail stores during the two-month “Help Protect our Forests” promotion throughout … Continue reading

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Chase International to Rep Stillhouse in Travel Retail, Caribbean

Chase International, Inc., was appointed the distribution partner for Stillhouse whiskey for the US Travel Retail and Caribbean markets.

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Who’s Leading Job Creation? Bars and Restaurants

Food services and drinking places added 53,000 jobs in July.  That’s one quarter of all 209.000 new jobs created last month, according to the Labor Department, and more than professional and business services (49,000), health care (39,000) or mining (1,000). … Continue reading

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