New Products: Golden Anniversary Parkeras Heritage Collection

Golden Anniversary Parker’s Heritage Collection

The 2009 “Golden Anniversary” edition of Parker’s Heritage Collection celebrates Parker Beam’s 50 years as a distiller. The annual series of rare, aged American Whiskeys marries bourbons from each of Beam’s five decades of craftsmanship. The 100-proof Golden Anniversary edition will be offered nationally in a 750 ml bottle. Aged in open-rick warehouses, the bourbons used to make this edition were personally selected by Beam.

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Fever-Tree Ginger Beer

Fever-Tree Ginger Beer, launched earlier in 2009 in the United Kingdom and Europe, is now coming to the U.S. To create the ginger beer, fresh ginger root is steeped in hot water for 48 hours and the ginger juice is drawn off and added to the spring water and pure cane sugar. Fever-Tree uses a proprietary blend of three gingers, which vary depending on the season.

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2006 Jack London Vineyard Merlot

The 2006 Kenwood Vineyards Jack London Vineyard Merlot is now available. The Merlot displays Bing cherry and raspberry aromas, accented by eucalyptus and bay leaf notes. Bing cherry and raspberry also highlight the flavors, together with bittersweet and semi-sweet chocolate accents. The wine, produced in Sonoma Valley, is 98 percent Merlot and 2 percent Cabernet. Only 5,300 cases were produced.

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American Metalcraft Martini Wine Stand

Measuring 32 inches high with a 15-inch diameter, the Martini Wine Stand is the perfect size for tableside service, placement at buffet tables or food-and-beverage stations. Plus, it cools more than wine and Champagne bottles: try chilled shrimp cocktail or frozen desserts or a variety of sauce cups. American Metalcraft has two sizes available for serving nuts, party mix, snacks and more.

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