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Blavod Extreme Spirits: super-premium status could prove lucrative niche

Driving Blavod Extreme Spirits' growth in the US has been the company's line of infused vodkas and rums, while the company's Italian wine portfolio has also showed strong increases. The London-based wine and spirits group has worked hard to market its products as fashionable and is now set to take advantage of a global trend for niche premium drinks.

Published By Datamonitor
13 Apr 2006
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Bordeaux: The Great Wine of China

The phenomenal rise in wealth in China is reflected in a growing penchant for sophisticated collectable investments: China is now Bordeaux's main export market outside Europe. This is indicative of the loss of confidence in paper assets around the globe, as high net worths look for something secure but more enticing than bank deposits in which to park their cash in these times of uncertainty.

Published By Datamonitor
08 Nov 2010
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Bottled fruit cider: driving growth in a declining pub industry

As summer approaches, cider is bucking the trend of declining on-trade drinks consumption in the UK. Once a drink associated with West Country farmers, cider has been re-invented and is appealing to a new, younger audience. Brewers should build on the resulting increase in on-trade cider consumption to ensure that the drink's place at the bar is firmly established.

Published By Datamonitor
03 Jul 2014
ResearchWire
ResearchWire

Brand management: sipping status

Published By Datamonitor
10 Mar 2005
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Brazil set to be the next Mexico for food and beverage makers

Americans are already very familiar with Mexican foods and beverages. Salsa, tortillas and tacos for example have become woven into the fabric of America. But the quest for exotic ethnic food is one that thrives on novelty. Given the familiarity with Mexican products, flavors and tastes, is there an opening for other types of ethnic food?

Published By Datamonitor
16 May 2005
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BrewDog: biting back with another shot at a record breaking high-strength beer

Independent Scottish brewery BrewDog has once again courted controversy with the launch of a 41% alcohol-by-volume beer called Sink the Bismarck. Though its strategy of attracting young male drinkers via high-alcohol and aggressively named beers has proven successful in the past, the company must ensure that its beers do not become all style and no substance.

Published By Datamonitor
18 Feb 2010
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BrewDog: fundraising target met despite negative press

Despite courting controversy over the high volume of alcohol in its products, Scotland's BrewDog has continued to prosper in recent months, and has been successful in its quest to secure GBP500,000 in funding from a share issue. However, it remains uncertain whether the company's approach will continue to fuel growth.

Published By Datamonitor
12 Jan 2010
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British alcohol consumption sees biggest slump in 60 years

Recent figures published by the British Beer and Pub Association have revealed that over 2009 alcohol consumption in Britain saw the sharpest year-on-year drop since 1948, with total alcohol consumption down by 6% from 2008. Going forward, this trend is likely to continue, albeit with the rate of decline slowing over 2010 as recessionary behaviors in the UK dissipate.

Published By Datamonitor
06 Sep 2010
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Britons splash the cash to be cool

A new study from Datamonitor has revealed that Britons are willing to pay a premium to be 'cool'. Image conscious consumers are increasingly seeking brands that support their lifestyles- with alcoholic drinks, fragrances and make-up the products most likely to have an impact on the 'cool' consumer.

Published By Datamonitor
21 Feb 2005
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Brits are the biggest bingers, but the heavy session is on its way out

Although Britons remain Europe's biggest binge drinkers, people throughout Europe are cutting down on their consumption of alcoholic drinks outside of the home. The compulsory banning of smoking in UK pubs, however, will make venues more attractive to fast-growing consumer groups, such as women, and this could serve to benefit traders in the long term. Datamonitor analyst John Band explains...

Published By Datamonitor
07 Apr 2006

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