Nolet Spirits U.S.A. launched Harlem, a kruiden-based shot drink that is imported from Holland. Harlem began a national rollout in November. Harlem is a blend of fresh herbs and spices with a hint of mandarin, and it’s best served ice cold. The launch of Harlem will be supported by an extensive marketing campaign empowering consumers to “Call the Shots.” Harlem is 80 proof and available in 50 ml, 750 ml and 1 L bottles.
For more information, visit www.harlemshots.com.
Evan Williams Single Barrel 2000 Vintage
The 2000 vintage of the Evan Williams Single Barrel collection is now available from Heaven Hill distilleries, complete with new packaging. As with the previous 14 vintages, each bottle of Evan Williams Single Barrel 2000 Vintage Bourbon is marked with the exact date it was placed in oak and bottled, in addition to the exact serial number of the single barrel from which it was drawn. The 86.6-proof bourbon is matured in open-rick warehouses.
For more information, visit www.heavenhill.com.
Samuel Adams Barrel Room Collection
The Boston Beer Co. released the Samuel Adams Barrel Room Collection. Comprised of three oak-aged beers brewed and aged at the Samuel Adams Boston Brewery — New World Tripel, American Kriek and Stony Brook Red — this release marks the first time beer will be available for purchase at the Boston Brewery. Each style is bottled in a 750 ml bottle and finished with a Champagne cork. Brewers recommend serving each in a Tulip-style beer glass to best capture aromas.
For more information, visit www.samueladams.com.
Hammered Water Pitchers
American Metalcraft’s new pitchers are ideal for serving water, lemonade, iced tea and Sangrias. Hammered Bell Water Pitchers are available in 68-ounce and 100-ounce sizes, and the Hammered Tall Water Pitcher holds 68 ounces and measures 6.75 inches by 12 inches. Each of these three pitchers is individually hammered with a ball peen hammer. Two Satin Finish Pitchers, available in 33-ounce and 67-ounce capacities, feature uniquely styled handles to give the pitchers a more contemporary flair.
For more information, visit www.amnow.com.