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Halewood Wines & Spirits has partnered with a US importer and distributor to launch its Whitley Neill gin brand in the US market.

New England-based distributor MS Walker said today has it has agreed to handle the gin nation-wide in the country. Whitley Neill will carry a US$34.99 per 75cl bottle price tag.

"As the popularity of gin gains steam in the United States, Whitley Neill is the perfect spirit for those looking to experience a gin with a refreshing new flavour profile that is not simply in-your-face juniper," said Gary Shaw, executive VP of national sales at MS Walker. "Our market is still far behind the UK in terms of gin consumption and knowledge, but we strongly believe that innovative craft products like Whitley Neill will drive growth in this segment as Americans look to try something new."

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