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Task B –
Produce an information pack to recommend a range of new brand products of
spirits, liqueurs and cold non-alcoholic beverages not currently stocked by
your manager)

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Page 1                         …                     Contents Page

 

Page 2                          …                     Vodka /

 

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Page 6                          …                     Reference Page,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vodka.

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Brand Name: –
Grey Goose

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Country / Region of Origin: – France

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Production Method / Base Product: – Wheat grain is fermented and distilled into a high proof spirit.
(Blé Panifiable Supérieur – Base Product Grade (Wheat))

–         
Taste Characteristics / Style: – Initially soft with a gentle sweetness that gradually envelops
the mouth smooth and rounded texture with a hint of almond. Colourless.

–         
Presentation standards for service (Including preferences): – Enjoyed by itself or mixed with fresh ingredients (Neat / Or
not)

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Any specific storage conditions: – Dry
room, upright, consistent temperature atmospheric room, freezer can be used for
chilled vodka, lighting effects temperature of the spirit

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Any specific service techniques: – Units of measurement equipment. if using within a cocktail.
Ensuring use of cocktail shaker and hawthorn strainer.

 

Gin.

 

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Brand Name: – Beefeater

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Country / Region of Origin: – United Kingdom / London.

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Production Method / Base Product: – Unique to Beefeater’s production is the steeping of the peel
of lemons and Seville oranges, whole juniper berries and other natural
botanicals for a full 24 hours prior to distillation. This long process allows
for a full extraction of flavour from the botanicals, capturing a wide range of
volatile oils. The distillation itself takes around eight hours to complete,
overseen by master distiller Desmond Payne – with the spirit then taken to
Scotland where it is blended and bottled at 40% ABV. (Juniper
berry).

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Taste Characteristics / Style: – At first a slight hint of lemon zest, then juniper builds.
Mid-palate, it’s nearly all about juniper. Later though, the complexity and
earthiness that rounds things out comes through. Darker, bitter citrus rind
notes, coriander and liquorice add the roundness. The finish is medium length
with clean freshly ground coriander, lemon zest and pine-tinged juniper note.
There’s a delicate warmth that persists on the palate as it fades. Colourless.

–         
Presentation standards for service (Including preferences): – Commonly found in Gin and Tonic, enjoyed ideally being mixed
with tonic water and could ask the customer if they would like “Ice and Lemon”.

–         
Any specific storage conditions: – Shouldn’t be consumed, warm or at room temperature. Reducing the
temperature of gin helps to soften the alcohol perception on the taste, making
it easier to consume whilst drinking responsibly.

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Any specific service techniques: – Units of measurement equipment, if using within a cocktail.
Ensuring use of cocktail shaker and hawthorn strainer.

 

Rum.

 

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Brand Name:
– 10 Cane Rum

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Country / Region of Origin: – Trinidad

–         
Production Method / Base Product: -Freshly pressed sugarcane juice which is distilled twice in a pot
still and aged in French oak barrels for 6 months before bottling.

–         
Taste Characteristics / Style: – A little sweetness with a little heat. Pale golden colour.

–         
Presentation standards for service (Including preferences): – Enjoyed neat and commonly found in Rum and Coke, can also be an
addition to a cocktail.

–         
Any specific storage conditions: – Safe at room temperature once opened, oxidation begins to occur
which starts to convert some of the compounds in the liquor to other not
pleasantly tasting ones.

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Any specific service techniques: – Units of measurement equipment, if using within a cocktail.
Ensuring use of cocktail shaker and hawthorn strainer.

 

 

Malt Whisky.

 

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Brand Name:
– Signet

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Country / Region of Origin: – United Kingdom / Scotland – Highlands

–         
Production Method / Base Product: – The barley used to
make the whisky is
“malted” by soaking the grain in water for two to three days and
allowing it to germinate. This process releases
enzymes, which convert un-fermentable starch (which is insoluble in water and
not available for fermentation by yeast) to fermentable sugars.

–         
Taste Characteristics / Style: – A contrast of rich sweetness with an explosive crackle of
sizzling spices and bitter mocha. Golden coloured.

–         
Presentation standards for service (Including preferences): – Enjoyed neat, water or ice. Commonly found in numerous cocktails
including the iconic Manhattan.

–         
Any specific storage conditions: – Room temperature, relatively dark area with minimal lighting to
avoid disturbance of temperature, vertically standing, keeping the cork moist.

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Any specific service techniques: – Units of measurement equipment, if using within a cocktail.
Ensuring use of cocktail shaker and hawthorn strainer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brandy.

 

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Brand Name: – Martell XO

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Country / Region of Origin: – France

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Production Method / Base Product: – French brandies are
made from the wine of the St. Émillion, Colombard (or Folle Blanche) grapes.
However, anything that will ferment can be distilled and turned into a brandy.
Grapes, apples, blackberries, sugar cane, honey, milk, rice, wheat, corn,
potatoes, and rye are all commonly fermented and distilled.

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Taste Characteristics / Style: – A spicy rich crescendo starting with the mellow elegance of the
borderies, followed by the intensity on finesse typical of grande champagne
eaux-de-vie. Golden amber with dark copper and mahogany highlights. Rounded and
fruity on the palate, notes of fig and walnut. Followed by the characteristic
power and finesse of eaux-de-vie from grande champagne. A long and silken
finish.

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Presentation standards for service (Including preferences): – Enjoyed neat, water or ice.

–         
Any specific storage conditions: – Keep the bottle
upright and airtight and store in a cool, dark environment away from direct
sunlight and exposure to high temperature
fluctuations. It is crucial that the liquid does not touch the cork when
storing, as the accumulation of
sugars around the cork will infuse the brandy with flavours of the cork.

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Any specific service techniques: – Units of measurement equipment, if using within a cocktail.
Ensuring use of cocktail shaker and hawthorn strainer.

 

 

Port.

 

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Brand Name:
– Niepoort

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Country / Region of Origin: – Portugal

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Production
Method / Base Product:
– Port is produced
from grapes grown and processed in the demarcated Douro region. The wine
produced is then fortified by the addition of a neutral grape spirit known as
aguardente in order to stop the fermentation, leaving residual sugar in the
wine, and to boost the alcohol content.

–         
Taste Characteristics / Style: – Overall a sweet note.

–         
Presentation standards for service (Including preferences): – Enjoyed at a dark, cool room temperature but aged and vibration
free cupboard.

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Any specific storage conditions: – Stored lying down in order to keep the cork moist.

–         
Any specific service techniques: – Units of measurement equipment, if using within a cocktail.
Ensuring use of cocktail shaker and hawthorn strainer.

 

Liquer.

 

–         
Brand Name:
– Alize (Gold passion)

–         
Country / Region of Origin: – Imported from France

–         
Production Method / Base Product: – Maceration,
Infusion, Percolation, Distillation. Passion fruit.

–         
Taste Characteristics / Style: – Delicate blend of all natural passion fruit and premium French
vodka, then blenders travel the world for exotic fruit flavours to infuse in
each all natural flavour combination creating a refreshingly unique experience
in every bottle

–         
Presentation standards for service (Including preferences): – Enjoyed neat, water, ice. Sugared rim and an orange slice could
be used for garnish to give the tropical sense.

–         
Any specific storage conditions: – Room Temperature, dark environment.

–         
Any specific service techniques: – Units of measurement equipment, if using within a cocktail.
Ensuring use of cocktail shaker and hawthorn strainer.

 

 

Juice.

 

–         
Brand Name:
– Pineapple Juice Del Monte

–         
Country / Region of Origin: – America / California

–         
Production Method / Base Product: – From 100% freshly squeezed ultra-fresh juices to juices from
concentrate, perfectly ripened fresh fruits are squeezed, bottled and sealed made
from the famous Del Monte Gold® Extra Sweet Pineapple, available pure or mixed
with other juices such as mango and orange and are naturally sweet and contain
no added sugar.

–         
Taste Characteristics / Style: – Natural sweetness from the fruit with a fresh, crisp taste and
feeling. Vibrant yellow in colour.

–         
Presentation standards for service (Including preferences): – Enjoyed on its own or mixed within a cocktail, could use a pineapple
wedge to garnish.

–         
Any specific storage conditions: – Chilled, in a fridge.

–         
Any specific service techniques: – Units of measurement equipment, if using within a cocktail.
Ensuring use of cocktail shaker and hawthorn strainer.

 

 

 

 

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