Saturday, February 4, 2023

Finest Call and Re’Al launch six new flavours

Finest Call and Re’Al have recently launched six new flavours to its range of premium syrups and mixes. The new flavours aim to drive innovation and meet the growing demand for unique styles this festive season.

Ideal for colder months, the new Cream of Hazelnut and Madagascar Vanilla meet the growing demand for flavour profiles that complement both cocktail and coffee offerings. Re’Al’s Madagascar Vanilla instantly adds a layer of richness to hot beverages like a vanilla latte and enhances the iconic Espresso Martini. The Cream of Hazelnut adds a nutty punch to lattes too, and a sweet twist to cocktails like the El Diablo Sunrise.

Driven by the increase in occasion-led drinking and the demand for “Bottomless Brunch” cocktails, Finest Call’s Bloody Mary brings together the drink’s classic recipe for an instant ‘Bloody Mary Christmas’.

For those who love tropical flavours all year round, Guava PureePrickly Pear Puree and Lychee Puree, contain 40% pure blended fruit, natural cane sugar and make the perfect drinks for New Year’s Eve festivities. Lychee Puree paired with vodka and dry vermouth elevates a Martini, Guava Puree transforms a Margarita and Prickly Pear Puree creates vibrancy when mixed with gin and sake to create an Asian Sun cocktail.

Designed to elevate cocktail menus in pubs, bars and restaurants, these new varieties with top-quality natural ingredients allow bartenders of any skill to craft drinks worth celebrating. Each flavour helps to reduce waste and minimise time spent making (and waiting) for drinks.

To add these new flavours to your bar please contact: sales.uk@amberbev.com

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