The three-tiered Grab & Go stands will be rolled out to Budgens and Londis stores in a bid to encourage shoppers to buy more spirits by allowing them to browse them in the same way they do wines and beers.
Henry Moran, spirits buyer at Musgrave, said: "Data from HIM tells us that 64 per cent of consumers can't accurately name the price of a single spirits item, while 11 per cent believe that the price will be higher than it actually is. So the Grab & Go unit drives visibility of both the product and the price."
trailed the units
saw spirits sales grow
61 per cent, according to Moran.
Mixers, adult bagged snacks and bottle bags will also be displayed alongside the spirits in a move to "push gifting opportunities", Moran added.
"Retailers can really benefit from cross categorising drinks and snacks and it makes shopping much more convenient for customers," he said.
Musgrave is also working with Diageo to create cocktail recipe cards to help retailers sell more spirits over Christmas.