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Ugandan startup Liquor House launches its online delivery platform

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With the coronavirus pandemic ravaging the world, lockdowns being extended across countries, and companies seeking ways to keep afloat, there is only one way to navigate the crisis and that’s going big and hard online.

It’s in the same vein that Ugandan startup Liquor House has today launched its alcohol delivery platform in a bid to reach the millions that have resolved to seek solace from online deliveries. Previously, the startup was only relying on social media and phone calls for deliveries.

“We want to make it easier for anyone that misses the party life and enjoyments to place orders at the comfort of their homes. The delivery platform will be available for use for residents in Kampala and neighboring towns.”

Co-founder Joseph Maloba. “

Liquor House has a variety of alcoholic beverages that range from whiskeys, wine, vodka, rum, and tequila among others. The home of enjoyments will is also making deliveries from 8 am to 5 pm in accordance with the curfew time designated by the President.

How it works

  • Step 1: Visit www.liquorhouse.co.ug
  • Step 2: Choose a beverage
  • Step 3: Add to cart
  • Step 4: Confirm order/s
  • Step 5: Proceed to checkout
  • Step 6: Fill in in your billing information
  • Step 7: Confirm payment method (Mobile Money or Cash on delivery)
  • Step 8: Place order
  • Step 9: Checkout and wait for your delivery

Please note: You must be at least 18 years of age to purchase alcoholic beverages from Liquor House.

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