All Posts By: Kevin Nissanka

Baijiu’s Journey to the West

Baijiu, the national drink of China, is heading to the west thanks to an immense rise in its popularity in both the bar and cocktail scene. Despite having a challenging odour that some liken to a smelly cheese or gasoline, it has proven to be quite the hit. This is due to it being an […]

Fair’s New Liqueur Embraces Acai Berries Popularity

Fair, a fair-trade certified drinks company, has recently released a new acai berry flavoured liqueur. The new drink, Fair Acai, is the seventh addition to their collection and will keep their tradition of being a fair-trade product.   Fair’s acai drink has their trademark organic sugar, and the taste of the drink is a great […]

Taming the Wild Beauty of Sauvelle Vodka

Sauvelle Vodka is a natural crafted vodka from France. Produced at a microdistillery in the region of Cognac, Sauvelle is a smooth modern vodka, made with French wheat and clear spring waters of Gensac. The vodka is unchill-oak-filtered using local wood from Limousin, to add vanilla and caramel notes.   Created by Antoine Gravouil and […]

How Sipsmith Brought Gin Back to London

Sipsmith is quickly emerging as one of the most popular gins in the UK, being shipped to various stores, bars and restaurants. They’ve recently been bought up by American spirits manufacturer, Beam Suntory, which will lead to some more global exposure.   We recently spoke with Francesca Torlot, the Patron of Partnerships, keeper of stories […]

Thomson and Scott launches first ever Mother’s Day package

The trendy champagne company, Thomson and Scott, have announced that they will be creating a Mother’s Day package of their three signature bottles this year. The package contains three bottles which are their famous low-calorie Skinny Champagne, Grand Cru Rosé and their newest addition, Skinny Prosecco.   Thomson and Scott are a champagne company that […]