Cabinet minister visits Aberdeenshire rum producer

Cabinet minister visits Aberdeenshire ru producer

The Scottish Cabinet Minister for Rural Affairs and Islands, Ms Mairi Gougeon, visited Scottish craft rum producer, Cabezon Beverage in Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire to talk about the company’s continued growth and how the government can support growing businesses as the country continues to bounce back from the Covid-19 pandemic.

Cabezon Beverage was launched during lockdown in October 2020 and their flagship product, Ron Cabezon, is now stocked with the on and off trade from Fraserburgh to St Ives and growing month on month.

Scotland is world renowned for spirit distillation and the Scottish rum scene is getting bigger consistently.

Ms Mairi Gougeon said: “I was delighted to visit Cabezon Beverage to learn about their business, future growth plans and was impressed with their achievements despite the challenges presented over the past year.

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“I was impressed by the work Cabezon Beverage have been doing launching their signature rum during lockdown in October 2020.

“There is growing demand for Scottish rum and Cabezon Beverage are an innovative local business in the Scottish spirits sector.”

Cabinet minister visits Aberdeenshire rum producer – Scotsman Food and Drink

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