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  • Bacardi deliveries quench thirst for cocktails at home
  • Bacardi deliveries quench thirst for cocktails at home
    Ross Sneddon (2019) ©
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Bacardi deliveries quench thirst for cocktails at home

With many of life's leisure activities limited amid social distancing, Bacardi and Deliveroo have teamed up to give people a pick-me-up. The partnership will allow bars to deliver cocktails to people in the UK, which means they can get their favourite drinks while supporting local businesses.

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