Döhler launches new cocktail flavors

Döhler launches new cocktail flavors

The DöhlerGroup has developed a range of new cocktail flavors for the beverage and dairy industry.

The DöhlerGroup—a global producer, marketer and provider of technology-based natural ingredients, ingredient systems and integrated solutions—has developed a range of new cocktail flavors for the beverage and dairy industry. The line-up captures the spirit of the times: it ranges from Caipirinha, Cosmopolitan, Mojito, Sea Breeze, Passion Daiquiri, Lemon Margarita, Strawberry Margarita, Piña Colada, Tom Collins Peach & Pineapple and Sex on the Beach to Southern Punch. Thanks to the carefully matched spirit and fruit notes, each cocktail flavor stands out for its particularly authentic taste profile. Many years’ application experience enables the Darmstadt-based company to guarantee stable use in alcoholic ready-to-drink cocktails as well as in soft drinks, dairy drinks and other beverage types.

As a provider of integrated solutions, Döhler offers its customers not just a wide array of cocktail flavors but all other recipe components, such as alcohol and acid stable cream building blocks, alcoholic fermented bases, high-quality fruit juice concentrates and purées. All ingredients are available as single building blocks or all-in-one compounds tailored to individual customer requirements.

The benefit for Döhler customers: apart from the new cocktail flavors and innovative cocktail building blocks, Döhler has developed a full range of alcoholic and alcohol-free cocktail beverage concepts. They include, for instance, RTD cocktails and cocktail syrups. Both concepts come as a premium version featuring high-grade fruit juices or as a variation exclusively containing tasty flavors. In consumer trials conducted by Döhler Sensory & Consumer Science, these product developments achieved extremely high acceptance scores for taste and concept idea.

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