CountryGirl Low-Calorie Ready-To-Drink Cocktail Line Debuts with Three Flavors

CountryGirl Cocktails, a new ready-to-drink offering, adds a refreshing twist to the dog days of summer by introducing Lemonade, Peach Sweet Tea and Margarita low-calorie cocktails.

Just launched this summer, CountryGirl Cocktails offer a dose of southern hospitality and bring the spirit of adventure in a convenient 32 proof bar style cocktail format. These cocktails average 50 calories per 1.5-ounce serving at 16% alcohol by volume and are best served over ice, making them perfect tailgate companions for football season and beyond. All three varieties are available in two sizes: 750ml for a suggested retail price of $13.99 and a 1.75L plastic bottle at a suggested retail price of $19.99.

To help get the party started, CountryGirl Cocktails has partnered with Nashville-based Average Joes Entertainment and Miraculous Inc. to offer VIPtickets, meet-and-greet packages and free music downloads through Average Joes Entertainment represents musicians such as Colt Ford, John Michael Montgomery, The LACS, and others on the country scene.

Ideal for simple entertaining, CountryGirl Cocktails all start with a spirits base and are infused with natural fruit flavors and aromas:

  • Margarita: a traditional low-calorie margarita, CountryGirl starts with tequila and adds triple sec and agave nectar for a crisp and refreshing cocktail at 52 calories per serving.
  • Peach Sweet Tea: a hint of southern hospitality, CountryGirl combines vodka with natural tea and peach flavor for a twist on a down-home favorite on a lighter level at 49 calories per serving.
  • Lemonade: a blend of tart and sweet, CountryGirl adds vodka to natural citrus flavors for the perfect lemony treat without the guilt at 51 calories per serving.

CountryGirl Cocktails are currently available in Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Illinois, Michigan, Mississippi, New Jersey, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin with additional locations coming soon.


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