Product News: Rendezvous Bay Mixes

Rendezvous Bay Mixes

Sun Orchard has reformulated its all-natural Rendezvous Bay frozen and on-the-rocks bar mix program to offer a higher-quality, more comprehensive beverage program. The new products are reformulated for enhanced taste, delayed separate and richer coloring. They also offer better yield, a better equipment program and better overall support. Flavors in the line will include strawberry, sweet and sour, Margarita, Piña Colada, mango, raspberry, peach, banana, wild berry and ice cream.

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Phillips Bonafide Originals Collections

Phillips Distilling Company is reintroducing Phillips Bonafide Originals Collections in each product’s original and collectible package. As Phillips prepares for its 100-year anniversary in 2012, the company releases the Collection as a limited edition of its most successful brands from the 1930s and the 1970s. Phillips Peppermint Schnapps is currently available, Gin-Ka will be available summer 2010 and Phillips Sno Shoe Grog will be available fall 2010, culminating with the release of the original Phillips Vodka in early 2011.

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Full Throttle Energy Drink

Full Throttle Energy

The Coca-Cola Company now offers an expanded variety of drink options for the bar and nightclub scene. Now available on the gun is Coca-Cola’s Full Throttle energy drink, a versatile beverage that adds an extra boost to alcohol and alcohol-free drinks. It contains 3,000 mg of energy-boosting ingredients, including ginseng extract, caffeine, taurine, guarana extract and B vitamins and satisfies diverse preferences and lifestyles.

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