Samoa Breweries launches new products for local market

By Sina Filifilia Seva’aetasi ,

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CHEERS: Mates having a night in at the Sheraton Hotel.

CHEERS: Mates having a night in at the Sheraton Hotel. (Photo: Aruna Lolani )

Samoa Breweries has officially released a range of new alcoholic products now available in Samoa.

The new products will diversify the options Samoa already has available and will add the extra island flavour. 

They include: Katia Vodka, Fiji Rum and Bounty Rum.  

Katia Vodka: already launched in Fiji, comes in three different flavours:pineapple, tropical flavour and straight.  

The Katia is fresh with hint of Pacific Island flavour.  

Brewed in the region, it definitely captures the island flavour.  

The Fiji Rum has received multiple awards and accolades .  

AULELEI: Beautiful women pulling out all the stops for the night’s festivities.
AULELEI: Beautiful women pulling out all the stops for the night’s festivities.
BULA!: Management and Directors from Paradise Beverage from Suva,Fiji
BULA!: Management and Directors from Paradise Beverage from Suva,Fiji
Setutai Mau, Hugh Taylor Pati, Faasao Mulivai
Setutai Mau, Hugh Taylor Pati, Faasao Mulivai

The new range consists of eight flavours and sure has something for everyone.  From Banana, Coconut, Golden Honey, White Rum and White Chocolate. Certain rums are available in the two year and eight year range.  

Born from the fertile volcanic soils of Viti Levu and aged in the warm tropical coastal climate, the Bounty captures the spirits of the South Pacific.

This small batch rum ages patiently, awaiting our master blenders to select the best barrels to create our premium dark spirit. 

Rich mahogany in colour with intense dried fruit aromas, finishing with molasses and caramel notes. 

Rich, hot and thick in texture, dried fruits notes come through while the finish lingers with a touch of liquorices and spice tones. This is a great rum for sipping on ice and as a base for a rum punch. 

Samoa Breweries, through its subsidiary Paradise Beverage, hosted a tasting of the newly available products at the Sheraton Samoa Aggie Grey’s Hotel on Wednesday evening.   

Local business owners were the first on the island to try out the new releases and judging by the smiles on their faces, the products lived up to their reputation.  

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