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Raihan JIbon
Aug 03, 2022
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Flavors by Wine Lovers, Many Brands Have Begun to Look for the Next Intoxicating Flavor. in the Future, the Mainstream of Taiwan's Whisky Market Will Be Blown to Which Flavor of Wine? Tnl Research's Key Issues Research Center Conducted a Survey of Whisky Drinking Preferences Among the General Public. According to the 2021 International Export Market Performance Report Released by the Scotch Whisky Association , Taiwan, a Market with a Total Population of Only 23 Million, Imports Nearly Nt$8.5 Billion of Scotch Whisky a Year, Ranking Third in the World. If You Add Wines from Japan, the United States and Other Origins, Statistics Also Show That the Total Consumption of the Whisky Market in the Whole Year Is About Nt$55 Billion, and Each Person in Taiwan Drinks an Average of 2.3 Bottles of Whisky a Year. However, with the Global Trend of Increasing Female Lovers Year by Year and Younger Ethnic Groups, the executive list Trend of Whisky Preferences Is Changing Silently, and at the Same Time, It Affects the Future Plans of International Wineries to Launch Popular Wines. One-Third of Female Lovers Strongly Influence the Trend of Whisky Market According to the "Whiskey Drinking Habits Survey" Conducted by the Tnl Research Key Issues Research Center on July 11-12 for Shareparty Members Aged Over 30, After Analyzing 376 Valid Questionnaires, It Was Found That 40.9% of the Respondents Had the Habit of Drinking Whisky, and the Ratio of Men and Women Has Reached a Spectrum of Close to 2:1, It Is Obvious That Women Have Grown to One-Third of the Proportion of Whisky Lovers, and Their Flavor Preferences Will Definitely Be More Marketable. Flavor Preference Survey Photo Credit: Tnl Brand Studio However, Further Inquiries About Whisky Flavor Preferences Can Provide a Glimpse of the Similarities and Differences Between Men and Women. in Recent Years, Taiwanese People
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