CRED in association with all-day café and bar chain SOCIAL, introduces the inimitable cocktail, the ’12th Main’, which is the perfect mix of cold brew coffee, Irish whiskey topped with popcorn syrup.
‘The 12th Main’ signifies Cred’s commitment to enabling a good life for its members by consistently offering unique experiences. The flavorful new cocktail will be available across all SOCIAL chains in Mumbai from today and soon will hit all 29 outlets across Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Chandigarh, Pune, and Indore.
Talking about the new offering Trupthi Shetty, CRED, said “The 12th Main holds a special place for CRED and other blooming startups that have started their journey from this street. After simplifying and making the task of paying credit card bills rewarding, we bring this delectable cocktail for our members, raising a glass to the ones who dared to dream.”
Completing three years of building a creditworthy community of individuals, brands, and financial institutions, Cred is extending the celebrations to its members with this exclusive offering. The cocktail derives its name from the bustling street -12th Main- of Bengaluru, which is home to blooming startups that have proved the labels wrong in their respective journeys to the top.
From curated products to exciting rewards, the company elieves in rewarding financially responsible behaviour. ‘The 12th Main’ celebrates that spirit and raises a toast to the ones who have gone the extra mile to achieve their dreams and prove labels wrong.
Mayank Bhatt, Business Head, SOCIAL said, “SOCIAL has always been the home for innovators and creators to start something different, which is something Cred so believes in. We hope that more people walk in and try The 12th Main cocktail, which is a great blend of cold brew and whiskey. We are glad to partner with the trustworthy community of CRED that rewards financial responsibility and enables financial independence.”
What makes it sweeter for CRED members is that they can avail 10% discount while paying the bill with Cred pay.