Top 50 spirits brands GB off-trade year to Aug 11 2007 Position Brand Supplier % sales (Last year's in brackets) change

07 September, 2007

1 (1)

Smirnoff Red Label Diageo +4

2 (2)

Bell's Diageo -1

3 (3)

Famous Grouse Maxxium +5

4 (7)

Glen's Vodka Glen Catrine +32

5 (4)

Gordon's Diageo -5

6 (6)

Bacardi Bacardi-Martini -3

7 (5)

Baileys Diageo -25

8 (9)

Jack Daniel's Bacardi-Martini +19

9 (8)

Teacher's Beam Global -11

10 (10)

William Grant's First Drinks Brands -9

11 (11)

Courvoisier Beam Global +2

12 (12)

Three Barrels First Drinks Brands +8

13 (13)

Martell Pernod Ricard +12

14 (16)

High Commissioner Glen Catrine +19

15 (17)

Whyte & Mackay Maxxium +17

16 (15)

Southern Comfort Bacardi-Martini +5

17 (14)

Pimm's No 1 Diageo -20

18 (20)

Malibu Pernod Ricard +8

19 (25)

Jameson Pernod Ricard +14

20 (19)

Chekov Booker -2

21 (22)

Glenfiddich First Drinks Brands +2

22 (26)

Bombay Sapphire Bacardi-Martini +12

23 (24)

Glenmorangie Moët Hennessy -8

24 (29)

Absolut Maxxium +56

25 (18)

Red Square Halewood International -21

26 (23)

Tia Maria Pernod Ricard +32

27 (27)

Glen Corrie Quality Spirits International +10

28 (21)

Vladivar Maxxium -20

29 (28)

Captain Morgan Diageo +5

30 (30)

Greenalls Gin Greenalls +18

31 (31)

Morgan's Spiced Diageo +18

32 (-)

Vodkat InterContinental Brands +237

33 (35)

Lamb's Navy Rum Halewood International 0

34 (34)

Royal Game Whisky Winerite -3

35 (36)

Claymore Whyte & Mackay +2

36 (33)

Archers Peach Schnapps Diageo -8

37 (48)

The Glenlivet Pernod Ricard +35

38 (39)

Cointreau Maxxium -2

39 (38)

Plymouth Gin Maxxium -11

40 (32)

Jacobite Whisky Booker -25

41 (40)

Stewart's Cream of the Barley Pernod Ricard -6

42 (37)

Royal Czar Winerite -21

43 (49)

Glen Moray Moët Hennessy +16

44 (41)

Jim Beam Maxxium -9

45 (43)

Laphroaig Beam Global -17

46 (45)

Rémy Martin Maxxium 0

47 (-)

Disaronno First Drinks Brands +27

48 (-)

Baileys Mint Chocolate Diageo +648

49 (50)

Crawfords 3 Star Whyte & Mackay +11

50 (-)

Strathross Whyte & Mackay +5




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