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Show Me What's Hot: May 2022

1. AMBUSH X Starbucks

Cold brew cocktails

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Fashion brand AMBUSH have collaborated with Starbucks Reserve to create 3 cold brew cocktails – the “Cold Brew Margarita”, “Cold Brew Teconic” and a non-alcoholic Cold Brew Freee”. Available in Japan throughout the Summer, AMBUSH’S Creative Director Yoon Ahn describes the new range as light-hearted fun for those in need of some “liquid therapy!”.

2. Truffle Marmite

Love it or hate it

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Launching their poshest spread yet, Marmite have tapped into the growing market of truffle lovers to create their own Marmite truffle spread. Known for creating flavour combinations that consumers either love or hate, the latest addition to the range is designed to be enjoyed at breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner to spread at any meal.

3. Stompy

Wine your way

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A wine subscription service Stompy, has entered the market with the aim of wanting consumers to “sip more and snob less”. Designed to tailor itself to customers’ tastes over time, the brand tracks individuals’ personal preferences to create personalised taste maps to help inform which wines you’ll enjoy most in your delivery.

4. Made for Drink X Laurent Perrier

A champagne snack

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Made for Drink, the premium bar snacks brand, have partnered with Laurent Perrier to show that a glass of champagne paired with Fish and Chips is one of the most highly matched food pairings. Creating the same malt vinegar and sea salt flavouring with the launch of their new crisps, the limited-edition pack is a grocery exclusive in Sainsburys for those wanting to enjoy.

5. Headstand

Coffee Leaf Seltzer

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Claiming to be the world’s first coffee leaf seltzer, Headstand have launched a Yuzu & Ginger flavoured sparkling drink with active ingredients to benefit consumers’ wellbeing. After seeing the tough impact that climate change has on growing coffee fruit, the brand is donating 1% of revenue to charities tackling climate crises.