Bacardi launches brand of alcohol-free spirits – Drinks International


Bacardi has announced the launch of a new brand of alcohol-free spirits created, in collaboration with Amsterdam-based bartenders, with cocktails in mind.

Palette is the Bermuda-based spirits company’s latest addition to its growing portfolio of low and zero spirits which includes Martini Non-Alcoholic Aperitivo Vibrante and Floreale, launched in 2020.

The brand will launch with two expressions – Juniper, Ginger and Spiced Roots, and Bold which has the woody and smoky character of an aged spirit – initially in select bars in London, Paris and Amsterdam – including Lyaness, The Snail and Christopher’s.

“With the launch of Palette which closely follows our new Alcohol-Free Martini Aperitif with its revolutionary quality and taste, we are definitely taking conscious consumption to new heights,” said Marine Rozenfeld, Innovation Development Manager for Bacardi Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

“Palette is the perfect choice for creative bartenders looking to mix things up behind the bar. I can’t wait to see how they use Palette to work their creative muscles with mocktails in a way that has never been possible before.

The category of alcohol-free and non-alcoholic spirits is growing rapidly thanks to the growing trend of consumers to drink mindfully. In 2020, the category grew by 30% according to the IWSR and is expected to grow a further 31% by 2024.

Palette is launching in select bars in London, Paris and Amsterdam this month, for more information visit


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