The demand for craft spirits will continue to increase in Taiwan as consumers are increasingly looking to try newer, more unique products. Craft spirits are produced in smaller batches using traditional methods, usually made with local ingredients.
The increasing popularity of cocktails, with both younger and older drinkers, will lead to opportunities for spirit players as these brands can start and continue to sell products that are specifically tailored for mixing drinks.
The local government has constantly promoted and developed the local spirits industry, offering subsidies, incentives and other forms of promotion. Key initiatives include the Taiwan Wine and Spirits Festival, which provides local and international brands a platform to showcase their spirits.
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