A range of drinks for at-home consumption from Laiba Beverages, a bottled cocktail venture founded in 2017 in Shanghai that recently launched home deliveries in Asian markets and plans to expand into the UK. It has found women, who often say they don’t drink strong alcoholic drinks, are big customers in China for its products. A range of drinks for at-home consumption from Laiba Beverages, a bottled cocktail venture founded in 2017 in Shanghai that recently launched home deliveries in Asian markets and plans to expand into the UK. It has found women, who often say they don’t drink strong alcoholic drinks, are big customers in China for its products.
A range of drinks for at-home consumption from Laiba Beverages, a bottled cocktail venture founded in 2017 in Shanghai that recently launched home deliveries in Asian markets and plans to expand into the UK. It has found women, who often say they don’t drink strong alcoholic drinks, are big customers in China for its products.

Bottled cocktails are having a moment, spurred by coronavirus – and in Asia a Chinese venture is leading the way

  • Bottled cocktails were a thing already, but lockdowns have seen their popularity grow as mixologists around the world get creative to keep bars going
  • With the unboxing as important as the drinking, they have got creative with packaging. In China, a new market for at-home cocktails has emerged: women drinkers

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A range of drinks for at-home consumption from Laiba Beverages, a bottled cocktail venture founded in 2017 in Shanghai that recently launched home deliveries in Asian markets and plans to expand into the UK. It has found women, who often say they don’t drink strong alcoholic drinks, are big customers in China for its products. A range of drinks for at-home consumption from Laiba Beverages, a bottled cocktail venture founded in 2017 in Shanghai that recently launched home deliveries in Asian markets and plans to expand into the UK. It has found women, who often say they don’t drink strong alcoholic drinks, are big customers in China for its products.
A range of drinks for at-home consumption from Laiba Beverages, a bottled cocktail venture founded in 2017 in Shanghai that recently launched home deliveries in Asian markets and plans to expand into the UK. It has found women, who often say they don’t drink strong alcoholic drinks, are big customers in China for its products.
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