Patrón Spirits Co. is extending its Patrón Citrónge orange liqueur line with the release of Citrónge Lime. The ultra-premium liqueur (35%-abv) is available nationally in 750-ml. and 1-liter cork-finished bottles and is meant to tap into the Margarita occasion. Citrónge Lime is created using Persian limes from the Mexican states of Veracruz, Michoacán and Colima.
Patrón Citrónge Lime is an ultra-premium liqueur crafted from the highest-quality Persian limes cultivated in Mexico. Patrón Citrónge Lime is crisp and smooth, with the well-balanced, juicy and sweet flavor of top-quality lime, and a refreshing finish. It’s excellent mixed in a wide variety of cocktails, or as a delicious addition to sauces and desserts.
Available late September.
A truly innovative approach to drink presentation, Bols Foam creates new sensations by enhancing the creative potential of Bols Liqueurs. Our crafty Bols Foam bottle transforms the liqueur inside into instant foam, which quite literally adds a new dimension to any cocktail, coffee or dessert.
There are a total of six foams – Amaretto, Cassis, Blue ( think triple sec) are the first arrivals to select US states. They also have Peppermint (maybe a deconstructed mojito), Cacao White and Banana.
Each 200-mL bottle comes with a pump that will turn the liquid into two liters of frothy foam that it claims will hold for at least 15 minutes.
The suggested retail price of Bols’ new foams is $17.99 and you can now find them in select states.
In the ever increasing battlefield of flavored whiskey, Jack Daniel’s tosses another log on the….fire.
Available April in Oregon, Pennsylvania and Tennessee.
The Jack Daniel Distillery is excited to announce it will test launch a new flavored spirit called “Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire,” beginning in April, 2014. Crafted with Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Whiskey and naturally infused with a proprietary red hot cinnamon liqueur, “Jack Fire” will be available in three states – Oregon, Pennsylvania and Jack Daniel’s home state of Tennessee. Jack Fire will be bottled at 70 proof and priced in line with Jack Honey.
I LOVE KAHLUA!!! But as I am writing this I see an empty bottle in the trash. Sad face.
Thursday, February 27th is National Kahlua Day
Celebrate the day with a great treat – add to your favorite cheesecake or serve over a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Tiramisu anymore?
Kahlua + Vodka = Black Russian
Kahlua + Vodka + cream = White Russian
Kahlua + Vodka + coffee = Kahlua Martini
Kahlua + vodka + espresso = Espresso Martini
But now for my personal favorite…
Roasted Apple,1.5 oz Vodka, 1 oz Kahula, Fill pint glass with Stella Artois Cidre
From Wikipedia: Kahlúa is a Mexican coffee-flavored rum-based liqueur. It is dense and sweet, with the distinct taste of coffee, from which it is made. Kahlúa also contains sugar, corn syrup and vanilla bean. Pedro Domecq began producing Kahlúa in 1936. It was named Kahlúa, meaning “House of the Acolhua people” in the Veracruz Nahuatl language spoken before the Spanish Conquest.