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Yuti Breweries Limited to launch New Torrero products

The new Torrero Liqueur dubbed Torrero Wild Liqueur has seen the current Torrero Liqueur with 42% alcohol content slashed to 37.5% Alcohol Brew Volume (ABV

Yuti Breweries in Namanve Industrial Park is set to launch a new smoother, lighter and milder Torrrero Liqueur to meet the demands of its consumers across the country.

The official launch of the new Torrero products is slated for next week on Friday.

Cedric Maniala, the Head of Sales and marketing at Yuti Breweries Ltd told  the media  that the new Torrero Liqueur dubbed Torrero Wild Liqueur has seen the current Torrero Liqueur with 42% alcohol content slashed to 37.5% Alcohol Brew Volume (ABV) and management has cautioned consumers against taking excessive alcohol or else risk health hazards.

Maniala revealed that new Torrero Liqueur that is smother and lighter will cater for alcohol consumers who can’t stand the alcohol content of the current Torrero Liqueur which is 42% Alcohol Brew Volume
(ABV)-the highest alcohol content on the local market.

“We have manufactured a lighter and smoother Torrero brand slashed at 5% alcohol content and we hope this will match with the demands of our consumer who are eagerly waiting to taste it.

He adds that the new Torrero Liqueur with slashed Alcohol content follows increased demand from Torrero alcohol consumers, who demanded for relatively reduced alcohol content of the same Torrero Liqueur currently on the market.

He further cautioned their consumers against participating in unnecessary bet alcohol competition citing a bet incident in Busambaga zone in Entebbe Municipality where two drunkards engaged in an alcohol competition of taking 5 liters of Torrero 42% ABV in less than 5minutes and eventually one lost his life.

“ It’s true a gentlemen engaged in an alcohol bet competition with a fellow colleague to take 5liters of Torrero liqueur in less than five minutes and consequently he lost his life. “We discovered that prior
to taking part in the bet alcohol competition the deceased had already taken another brand of alcohol and attempted to mix it with Torrero which has the highest alcohol content of 42% and eventually lost his dear life.

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