The Cotswold Distilling Company plans to raise £2m ($2.73m) through the Crowdcube Capital equity crowdfunding platform.

The proceeds are to be invested by Cotswold in advertising and promotional activities to build its brand. Part of the proceeds will also be used to expand the company’s sales and distribution network.

Cotswold is a UK producer of whisky, gin, cocktails and other alcoholic beverages.

East London Liquor Company intends to raise £0.75m ($1.03m) through an equity crowdfunding campaign launched this month.

The company has raised more than £0.635m ($0.873m) to date through the financing round.

East London Liquor plans to use the funds to increase its English whisky production and domestic sales channels. The funding will further enable the company to explore global sales opportunities in emerging markets such as China.

“East London Liquor plans to use the funds to increase its English whisky production and domestic sales channels.”

Based in the UK, East London Liquor is a distillery that produces and imports a range of spirits such as gin, vodka, rum and whisky.

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Flaschenpost has raised €20m ($24.29m) through a venture financing round led by Sociedade Francisco Manuel dos Santos, Cherry Ventures and Vorwerk Ventures.

Based in Germany, Flaschenpost is an online retailer of beverages.

The funds will be used by Flaschenpost to expand its footprint in Germany.

Bacardi has secured $800m through a private placement of notes.

The notes will bear a semi-annual coupon rate of 4.7% until they mature on 15 May 2028.

Bacardi is a spirits and wines producer and marketer based in Bermuda.

Shenzhen Meixixi Catering Management (HeyTea) has raised CNY400m ($63.28m) through a Series B funding round held by Chinese venture capital firm Longzhu Capital.

Based in China, HeyTea is a tea shop operator offering cheese-topped tea and fruit tea.

Happy Cow Dairy has raised Rs40m ($0.59m) through seed financing from Mahendra Mehta and other investors.

The company plans to use the funds to expand its business in India.