High-end cocktail business bottles the secret of success
Lockdown Liquor & Co, founded in April as a response to the coronavirus crisis, has shifted more than 10,000 units since then
An Irish businesswoman who set up a high-end cocktail delivery business in April has sold more than 10,000 bottles in the six months since then, generating a turnover of around £250,000.
Natasha Thomas, who comes from Wicklow but lives in London, founded Lockdown Liquor & Co with her husband Jack Durling, a former professional rugby player. The firm offers a range of five cocktails which can be purchased in three bottle sizes, and around 30 per...
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