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Has the race to premiumise made spirits forget the mainstream? - Comment

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It's the last thing the English language needs, but could a companion term to the verbally-ugly 'premiumisation' pass into everyday use in the years to come? Is 'mainstreamisation' - a neologism arguably even more hideous than the p-word - here to stay? Richard Woodard thinks so.


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