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Emperador now sold in UAE’s largest liquor shop near Dubai

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As part of its aggressive presence across continents around the world, Emperador Brandy, a proudly 100% Filipino brandy company and currently the world’s number one selling brandy, is now available in The Original Barracuda at the Barracuda Beach Resort, Al Shebeakah in Umm Al Quwain, which is known to be the largest liquor shop in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to date.

Umm Al Quwain is one of the seven emirates of UAE, which is just less than an hour away from Dubai.

Currently, Emperador Brandy variants that are currently being sold at The Original Barracuda include Emperador Light 1L, Emperador Brandy Original 750mL, Emperador Red 750mL, and Emperador Hotshot 750mL. Apart from brandy, Emperador’s The Bar Gin Lime, Pink and Dry 700mL, and Andy Player Whisky 500mL are also being sold in the store.

“The UAE, particularly Dubai, is one of the biggest markets of Emperador outside the Philippines – consumed both by overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and Emirati locals. We are always excited to see Filipinos enjoying Emperador even if they are far away from home,” says Glenn Manlapaz, president, Emperador International.

Emperador Brandy is the only Filipino liquor product sold in more than 60 countries and territories around the world. In Singapore, a bottle of Emperador Brandy costs Php1,406, while in the United States, it costs around USD15.99 or around Php800 per bottle, way beyond its standard retail price in the Philippines.

Emperador Brandy is owned by multi-awarded Emperador Inc. – a global brandy and whisky conglomerate that also owns Fundador, Spain’s oldest and largest brandy and sherry maker with 300 years of brandy heritage. It also owns Whyte & Mackay, the fifth largest whisky manufacturer globally with 175 years of whisky heritage. Emperador Inc. has a compelling product presence in at least 100 countries across six continents worldwide, making it one, if not the largest Philippine company in terms of global presence today.

 

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