X-Rated Fusion Liqueur says Hello to Yellow with the Launch of Tropix

TropixX-Rated Fusion Liqueur, the sophisticated spirit known for its unique taste and for making provocative pink cocktails, introduces a new flavor, Tropix. Tropix is a bright yellow exotic blend of ultra-premium French vodka mingling with pineapple and coconut to create a sensuous, sweet taste that can be savored year round. Tropix follows in the footsteps of the original X-Rated Fusion with a vibrant, fruitful taste, but instead of being pink, it dons a new electric yellow hue that is anything but mellow.

Coconut and pineapple flavors have seen massive growth in the food and beverage market recently with USA Today declaring for 2013 “the hottest food trend this year: all things coconut.” Embracing these beloved flavors, Tropix infuses rich coconut with juicy pineapple, creating a sexy, tropical flavor that is the perfect complement to any cocktail occasion.

“Maintaining the colorful yet sophisticated X-Rated Fusion Liqueur character, TROPIX is destined to be a staple spirit for fashionable women. The fresh flavors are bright and luscious – and at only 81 calories per 1.5 ounce serving, Tropix is an easy to mix and low-calorie spirit for all occasions,” said Kathleen Schuart, Senior Marketing Director, X-Rated Fusion Liqueur.

Perfect for enjoying a girls’ night out or entertaining at home, Tropix delivers a sweet taste of the tropics that can be sipped day and night. With a refreshing, light taste, the succulent fruit flavors of Tropix seamlessly blend with mixers like club soda and lemon-lime soda, making it a delicious and low-calorie cocktail option. Tropix can be served over ice, relished as a cocktail, blended as low-calorie Piña Colada or enjoyed as a shot.


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