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Orion Brewery collaborates with renowned French pâtissier Pierre Herme for tropical chuhai

By grape Japan

Okinawan brewery Orion Breweries, Ltd is releasing a new canned cocktail Chuhai drink Chura WATTA Botanical Pineapple in collaboration with world renown pâtissier, Pierre Herme and his brand based on introducing high quality products from Japan, Made in Pierre Herme.

This new Okinawan chuhai drink was designed with the concept of encouraging women who are striving to live confidently as who they are, but can be enjoyed as a new cocktail with a sophisticated look and rich tropical flavor, balanced between mildly sour pineapple and refreshing lemongrass.

The new WATTA flavor has a golden pour inspired by resort atmospheres, and looks to be a good cocktail to accompany unwinding at home.

The label has cute pineapple and floral patterns appropriate to portray beautiful Okinawa scenery with a white background color for sophisticated yet simple looks.

The new Chura WATTA Botanical Pineapple (alcohol 5%) will go on sale starting Dec 7 (in Okinawa) and Jan 18, 2022 across other regions in Japan.

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The Watta series has had some interesting flavors but the initial launch price is always a bit expensive!!

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Not sure about beer companies making cocktails... They should co-operate with a well known British cake maker and make some exceedingly good beers!

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I’m sure it’s very nice, but exactly how does a new chuhai drink “encourage women to live confidently as who they are”?

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