New In Store

Mr Black Roasters & Distillers have joined forces with Queensland’s iconic Bundaberg Rum, to launch a limited-edition Mr Black Rum Barrel Aged Coffee Liqueur.

Brewed locally in the Yarra Valley, Maku is a hemp-based beer company owned by Public Brewing Co., Maku’s latest releases are a hemp-infused Cherry Sour and a Hemp IPA.

Coinciding with the release of its 2008 vintage Grand Cru, champagne house Pommery has released its 2021 World Collection, celebrating Asia with bespoke limited-edition gift boxes.

Speciality coffee roaster Seven Miles has brewed an on-the-go energy booster with the launch of its Nitro Black Coffee and Black Coffee in ready-to-drink cold brew cans.

The latest low-alcohol spritzer on the market wants drinkers to experience the high of summer without the lo of a hangover. Hilo comes in three varieties: Sav Blanc, Rosé, and Shiraz.

The iconic Tasmania Bakeries’ National Pies will now live up to its name, with a range of its pies now available on the mainland. Baked fresh in Hobart daily, all pies are coated with 128 layer of pastry.

Hot sauce company Truff is releasing two pasta sauces rich with tomato, herbs, black truffle and red chilli peppers. The sauces are vegan, gluten free and non-GMO friendly.

US-based Athletic Brewing Co. is arriving to Australia with the launch of its two most renown beers, the Upside Dawn Golden Ale and the Run Wild IPA. The 0.5 per cent ABV drink is vegan friendly and is 50 calories per serve.

Iconic jam brand Bonne Maman is placing health at the centre of its products with the relaunch of its Intensify range, containing 30 per cent less sugar than its other conserves.

Karma Bites is releasing a high protein, low fat, and mineral dense snack for the health-conscious consumer with its Popped Lotus Seed bites.

Vodka brand owner Smirnoff is expanding its seltzer range with the launch of its fruity and refreshing Mixed Berries flavour. The ready-to-drink mix of Smirnoff No.21 Premium Vodka is 70 calories per serve.

New Zealand brand Good Cocktail’s range of non-alcoholic cocktail mixers is branching out from liquor channels into around half of Woolworths’ supermarkets nationally.

Homegrown natural and sugar-free drinks brand owner Nexba is building on the wellness trend with the launch of its better-for-you nootropic range.

Non-alcoholic spirits brand owner Lyre’s is expanding its portfolio with the launch of its full-size bottle of Classico Grande, the company’s first ever non-alcoholic sparkling wine.

To meet the increasing demand of better-for-you products, Herman Brot has released its vegan-friendly and high in iron Complete Protein Bread, containing 31.1 grams of protein.

Well and Good has launched three high fibre and no added sugar options to its Crispy Crumbs range: Crispy Crumbs, Southern Style, and Seriously Low Carb Crumb Coating flavours.