Texas-based Bone Spirits is introducing a new Bone Bourbon offering, made exclusively with Oklahoma rye and Texas corn. Retailing at $45 a 750-ml., Bone Bourbon is 90 proof and aged in charred white oak casks. Initially launching in Texas and Oklahoma, it will expand into all Southwestern states by the start of 2016. Bone Spirits’ other offerings include Smiths vodka, Moody June gin, Fitch’s Goat corn whiskey and Fitch’s Goat moonshine.
Constellation Brands has unveiled Serpent’s Bite Apple Cider Flavored Whisky. Rolling out nationwide, Serpent’s Bite features a blend of Canadian whisky distilled from corn and rye with an infusion of apple cider flavors. The 70-proof entry, positioned primarily as a shot option, is available in 1-liter, 750-ml. and 50-ml. formats, and retails at around $15.99 a 750-ml.
Diageo is extending its Smirnoff Sours flavored vodka range with a Berry Lemon offering. Targeted at the shot occasion and the millennial demographic, Smirnoff Sours Berry Lemon joins Green Apple, Watermelon and Fruit Punch flavors in the Sours lineup, which retails around $16 a 750-ml.
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