New Products: Bacardi Torched Cherry

Bacardi Torched Cherry

Bacardi introduces its newest rum flavor, Bacardi Torched Cherry, for spring and summer. Bacardi Torched Cherry is made with Barbados cherries and a light, smooth infusion of Torch Plant aloe to give the rum a bold, rich taste. Bacardi Torched Cherry can be enjoyed with sodas, lemonades or in cocktail recipes like the Torched Pom Berry (pomegranate syrup and garnished with a sugar rim), Cherry Storm (pineapple and cranberry juice) or Burnt Berry (pomegranate juice and Sprite, garnished with a maraschino cherry).

Bacardi Torched Cherry Rum

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Geordie Schooner

The Geordie Schooner, a pub glass from Newcastle Brewing Co. is making its debut stateside. The wide rim and robust shape highlight the caramel aromas of Newcastle Brown Ale. The Schooner’s nucleated bottom with etched star allows carbon dioxide bubbles to escape, keeping the beer tasting fresh. The 16-ounce and 20-ounce Geordie Schooner will be used in select bars and restaurants nationwide. A 5-ounce sampling glass and 17-inch tip jar also will be available in select markets.

Newcastle Geordie Schooner

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PZ-World Digital Signage

PZ-World is a digital signage company that uses ultra-thin mirror TVs that are set up in restrooms to target all demographics. Each screen is custom designed for each venue, so advertiser’s needs and desires are represented; each venue can decide what is and is not appropriate for the audience. Also, it offers venues advertising space for future events. PZ-World is displayed in upscale locations like W Hotels, Burberry and Ritz-Carlton and plans to expand into the U.S. nightclub market.

PZ-World bathroom digital signage

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