New products: Barentsz gin, PapaKåta tipis and Cimbali's new M100 Attiva range
Cimbali's new M100 Attiva range features a die-cast aluminium cover in matte black, grey or glossy white or in a custom finish, as well as a lower profile to encourage interaction between the barista and customer.
Gin brand Barentsz, named after Captain Barentsz, the Dutch explorer, is created from a blend of Dutch wheat and rye grain, distilled for a smooth taste with the scent of jasmine. The original will be joined by a new launch this year, Mandarin Barentsz.
Price Original, £27.75; Mandarin, £30.60
The Island Rum Company has launched its first premium rum blend, Progresiva De Vigia Mezcla 13, into the UK. Containing 5.5 grams of sugar per liquid litre, the rum has a dry, mellow character with citrus, molasses and smoky, woody notes.
Price £28 for 70cl bottle
PapaKåta supplies giant tipis and sperry tents that are ideal for businesses that need extra outdoor space. The company usually hires out its tents for weddings and events, but as a result of the lockdown has tents for hire in stock at short notice.
Price Bespoke tents for hire from £2,950 for a space seating 50 guests
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Eden Springs has developed a simple solution to portable hydration: its ‘Mobile Hydration Station', JustEau spring water in a 15-litre bottle with a pump dispenser.
Price Two 15-litre JustEau water bottles and vacuum pump, £24.99
The award-winning Rosé Sainte Marie from Salcombe Gin is distilled with traditional juniper partnered with strawberries, angelica, lemon verbena, rose petals, orange blossom and pink peppercorns to create a gin that is soft and smooth and that won a double gold at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2020.
Price £26 for a 70cl bottle
Williams' latest blast chiller, the WTBC70, is designed to accept Rational or Lainox 1/1 trolleys and can chill up to 70kg of food in a single batch. The chiller features Airsmart, an airflow system that chills from two different directions using energy-efficient fans.
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