Distil (DIS), “owner of premium drinks brands RedLeg Spiced Rum, Blackwoods Gin and Vodka, Blavod Black Vodka, Jago's Cream Liqueur and Diva Vodka”, has announced results for its half-year ended 30th September 2019 including “we remain confident in our strategy of investment in marketing support to our brands, coupled with new product innovation, to deliver growth over the medium term”. Hmmm – why the medium term?...
“Distil plc (AIM: DIS), owner of premium drinks brands RedLeg Spiced Rum, Blackwoods Gin and Vodka, Blavod Black Vodka, Jago's Cream Liqueur and Diva Vodka, is pleased to provide an update on trading for the first quarter of its current financial year”. However… it intra-day (10:13am) and the shares are currently at 1.20p – approaching 15% lower!...
Marketer and seller of RedLeg Spiced Rum, Blackwoods Gin and Vodka, Diva Vodka and Blavod Black Vodka, Distil (DIS) has announced results for its year ended 31st March 2019 and that “investment in our brands and commercial infrastructure will increase to capture new markets and new consumers”…
Premium alcoholic drinks brands company Distil (DIS) has updated to “anticipate full year performance for the year ended 31 March 2019 to be in line with current market expectations” and “we expect continued growth in our core Rum and Gin markets during 2019”. The shares though have currently slipped back, below 2p…
Premium drinks brands company Distil (DIS) has updated on trading, including “year-on-year third quarter (October to December 2018) revenues and volumes increased by 29%”…
Distil (DIS), owner of RedLeg Spiced Rum, Blackwoods Gin and Vodka, Blavod Black Vodka, Jago's Cream Liqueur and Diva Vodka, has announced results for its half year ended 30th September 2018 emphasising “our strong brand performance, operational improvements and continued tight control of overheads enabled us to deliver a maiden first half profit during the period”…
Recent 2.25p offer price share tip HERE, alcohol drinks brands owner, marketer and seller Distil (DIS) has announced results for its year ended 31st March 2018, emphasising “it was an important year because we were able to demonstrate that our business can successfully grow the top line, the bottom line, invest in brands and improve cash flow”…
Shares in alcoholic drinks brands owner Distil (DIS) headed towards 4p last year, but have since slipped back. A latest update though included continued strong growth in sales volumes and revenues, with “excellent progress” in brand building activities supported by distribution gains. We resultantly see value here and, ahead of results set for this month, the stance is buy…
Alcohol drinks brands owner Distil (DIS) has updated including that it is “pleased with the excellent progress made” and that “another leading pub chain with national coverage has listed RedLeg Spiced Rum for its outlets”…
The beverage/retail sector isn’t one which I normally watch that closely in general, but there is one small AIM listed outfit called Distil (DIS) shares in which I have been following for a while now.
Owner of RedLeg Spiced Rum, Blackwoods Gin and Vodka, Blavod Black Vodka, Jago's Cream Liqueur and Diva vodka, Distil (DIS) has announced results for its half year ended 30th September 2017 and that its “key brands have outperformed each of their respective categories overall during the period”. However, the shares have responded currently 4% lower back to 3p…
Shares in alcohol drinks brands (including Blackwoods Gin and Vodka, RedLeg Spiced Rum, Blavod Black Vodka, Diva Vodka and Jago's Vanilla Cream Liqueur) company Distil (DIS) are continuing to fall following results for its year ended 31st March 2017, despite these emphasising “strong growth in brand volumes and revenues delivers maiden profit”…
Whilst it is true that a lot of the small companies listed on AIM are total junk, there are also some gems amongst them, and I think that Distil (DIS) falls into that category. I first came across this company at the UK Investor Show a couple of years back and it has performed extremely well since I first covered it as a buy here at around 0.8p - the share price is currently nearly 350% higher than it was back then.
In this video from the storming success that was the 2017 UK Investor Show, Don Goulding, Executive Chairman of Distil (DIS), is at the podium. And make sure that you keep April 21 2018 free for next year's UK Investor Show.
Shares in recent UK Investor Show 'Dragon's Den' selection (at 2.15p, having also been selected last year at sub 1p), Distil (DIS) have bounced a further just over 5% on the back of a “Listing in Major UK Supermarket Chain /Tdg Update” announcement...
Distil (DIS) is a company which I have been following closely for a couple of years – as well as holding shares in it myself.
Shares in alcohol drinks brands owner Distil (DIS) are currently 26% higher, at 1.45p, on the back of a “Trading update” announcement emphasising “excellent progress” in the company’s most important trading period…
Having recommended shares in drinks brand owner Distil (DIS) on the subscription Nifty Fifty website last year at a 0.9p offer price, we last month opted to bank gains at a 1.35p bid. The following reviews on the back of results from the company for the six months ended 30th September 2016…
Distil (DIS), the owner of premium drinks brands including Blackwoods Gin and Vodka, RedLeg Spiced Rum, Blavod Black Vodka, Diva Vodka and Jago's Vanilla Cream Liqueur, has announced results for its year ended 31stMarch 2016 and that “we look forward to further growing revenues and expanding the reach of our brands over the coming year”.
Distil (DIS) was one of my tips for 2016 on ShareProphets, and the share price has performed very well so far this year, up 20% or so. The shares are now 1.15p mid. They will go far higher.
I am not a great lover of rum but the US market is much bigger in both absolute and relative to population terms than the British one. It matters. Thus it is good news that Distil's (DIS) RedLeg spiced rum has been approved for sale in the USA by the US Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, the TTB.
Steve Moore and I like Distil (DIS). Indeed, thanks to Steve, we now own the shares following a Dragon's Den pitch at UK Investor Show. Here is head honcho Don Goulding to tell you more.
Shares in Distil plc (DIS) traded more than 20% higher, at just over 1p on Friday, on the back of an update that “we remain confident for the fourth quarter of the financial year and expect full year performance to be in line with the board's expectations” and a rare placing at a premium.
Distil plc (DIS) has announced, despite a reduction in sales of Blavod Black Vodka in Eastern Europe, strong overall volume and sales performance in its third (October–December) quarter.
My first share tip for 2016 was a large FTSE250 oil and mining company, but my second one is at the other end of the shares scale and in a less volatile sector.
Distil plc (DIS) has announced results for its half year ended 30th September 2015 and “that a leading group of supermarkets has listed RedLeg Spiced Rum for 700 of its largest stores throughout the UK in time for the Christmas period”
Owner of premium drinks brands, Distil plc (DIS) has updated on “a continuation” of the positive trend from its AGM update in July.
On the face of it one could say that at first glance shares of Distil do not appear to be the ideal candidate for the Bull Call of the Day.
Owner of premium drinks brands including Blackwoods Gin and Vodka, RedLeg Spiced Rum, Blavod Black Vodka, Diva Vodka and Jago's Vanilla Cream Liqueur, Distil plc (DIS) the other day announced results for its year ended 31st March 2015 and that “we are optimistic for the coming year”
Investment Case: Formerly Blavod Wines & Spirits, this is a company which has been around for ages but has thus far failed to deliver. However, having joined the board as a non-executive in 2010, Don Goulding - previously a senior executive and lastly UK Managing Director at industry giant Diageo - took the full reins in late 2011 and has led the company to exit distribution for third parties to focus on developing owned brands. Although not yet reflected in the financial results, this looks a move of some promise and the shares at a 0.8p offer price, capitalising the company at sub £3.5 million, are a buy.
Generally I tend to stay away from the really tiny AIM shares, but recently one has caught my eye that I think has potential. Unlike many of the popular ones with a market cap of sub-£10 million, this isn’t some oil or mining company promising the earth with some old license no one else wants, or an investment shell company.
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