Drinks International Media Pack

Drinks International 

Drinks International is the must-read magazine for global drinks buyers
and professionals.
Now in its sixth decade as the leading drinks magazine, it is the most
respected voice in the drinks industry, read by bar managers and mixologists
from the world’s top bars, domestic and travel retailers, agents and distributors
in 84 countries worldwide every month.
Since 1967 Derinks International has built a reputation as the world’s leading drinks
magazine through authoritative journalism and a vibrant mix of market
relevant, informative articles that provide insight for the drinks buyer. We are
exceptionally proud of our editorial independence. Each month we publish
news analysis, opinion, business news, in-depth articles, market reports
and bar guides brought to you by our team of award-winning journalists and
specialist industry contributors.
Our publishing schedule for 2020 offers a variety of comprehensive topics. All
features are accessible, user friendly and packed with useful information, facts,
forecasts and updates. Trusted and respected by our readers our features are
designed to inform and assist them in making crucial purchasing decisions.
Our features provide the perfect platform for drinks brands to advertise.
Drinks International is the essential read for any drinks buyer. Our powerful
independent editorial, global controlled circulation, innovation and creativity
results in a magazine of great quality. We are confident we can offer the best
investment for successful drinks marketing campaigns.

Media Pack

Our current Media Pack gives full details of our editorial schedule, online rates and forthcoming features.

Click here to download the media pack.

Advertising Opportunities

To discuss advertising opportunities in Drinks International magazine or online please contact: 
Commercial Director: Rob Cullen
+44 (0)1293 590043
Rob.Cullen@drinksint.com


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Philip Duff

Dirty cocktail names: Is it the end?

There are lies, damn lies, statistics – and then there are statistics about cocktails. It emerged recently that a UK firm named Travel Republic surveyed punters, and apparently 29% of them disapprove of sexually suggestive cocktail names.

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