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Flavour Evolution: How Subtle Tastes Are Taking Over the Beverage World

Attention beverage fans, we've got the inside scoop on the latest flavor trends from none other than Drink X's Tim Page-Walker! According to Tim, flavour profiles have gone from bold and overpowering to subtle and understated.


Gone are the days of overly sugary drinks, as more and more people crave nuanced tastes. Tim cites rose and lavender waters as perfect examples of this trend, where just a touch of flavour can make all the difference.


But it's not just about taste - eye-catching colours are just as important. Like this non-alcoholic Aperitz Spritz created by Monday Distillery and manufactured by Drink X.

Monday Aperitz Spritz

Even coffee is getting in on the action, experimenting with savoury flavors like sea salt and rosemary.

Have you tried a Sea Salt Coffee?
Sea Salt Coffee

Sweetness is still a requirement for some, and citrus drinks remain popular.


Citrus Vodka Crush

So what's next for flavour profiles in the beverage world?


Tim predicts sugar-free options will continue to grow in popularity, and more people will opt for drinks with neutral acid levels.

Drink X Lab specialist Tim Page Walker testing his products
Tim Page-Walker in the Drink X Lab testing coffee products

But now, let's raise a glass to subtle flavours and eye-catching colors.


Here's to sipping on a rose and lavender drink, with just a hint of sweetness and a whole lot of style. Cheers!

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