Halloween Garnishes, Oktoberfest Beer, Holiday Coffee Liqueur

Dress the Drink Garnishes

Specialty products company Dress the Drink introduces its Halloween Signature Cocktail garnish collection. The Halloween garnishes offer a variety of styles including a medley of berries, fruits, nuts and sugars to rim cocktail glasses. The Dress the Drink garnishes work well in cocktails, alcohol-free beverages and food pairings. Garnish styles include Pineapple Jerky, Tomato Jerky, Apple Jerky, Orange Jerky and more. Dress the Drink also offers salts to rim glasses such as Black Sea Salt Sugar, Bacon Blend, Twisted Apple Blend, Tangerine Sugar, etc. www.dressthedrink.com.


Narragansett Fest Oktoberfest

Narragansett’s Oktoberfest beer, Narragansett Fest, is a canned beer available in 16-ounce cans. The Narragansett Fest beer is an amber brown German Oktoberfest with four varieties of malts —Pilsner, Vienna and light and dark Munich malts — as well as Northern Brewer and Tettnangers hops to give it a crisp and balanced flavor. Narrangensett Fest is 5.5 percent alcohol by volume and has 22 IBUs. It is available this fall at on-premise locations in New England. www.narragansettbeer.com


Kahlúa Peppermint Mocha

Kahlúa Peppermint Mocha is a coffee liqueur made with 100 percent Arabica coffee beans grown in the Veracruz region of Mexico, peppermint and dark chocolate. It’s best enjoyed neat, over ice or in hot drinks like hot chocolate and coffees. The addition of the cool peppermint and creamy dark chocolate result in a true coffee taste and flavor. The Kahlúa Peppermint Mocha is good for holiday cocktails and is limited release through December 31, with custom-designed merchandising and POS materials available where legal. www.pernod-ricard.com.

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