New Products: CrAme Yvette Liqueur

Cooper Spirits Company’s Crème Yvette Liqueur

The Cooper Spirits Company is re-introducing the original violet liqueur, Crème Yvette. Its rich berry flavors and subtle botanical undertones can be enjoyed in many classic cocktails and after-dinner drinks. Crème Yvette is an amalgamation of four berry fruits and is blended with dried violet petals, orange peels and honey. It’s currently available in limited quantity in New York and California, and also will be available in Illinois, Massachusetts and Washington, D.C., in late spring.

Creme Yvette Liqueur

For more information, visit www.cooperspirits.com.


Deschutes Brewery Cascadian Dark Ale

Deschutes Brewery’s Bond Street Series introduces the Hop in the Dark Cascadian Dark Ale, a new style of Pacific Northwest ale known as Black I.P.A. Hop in the Dark combines prominent Northwest hops with roasted malts to create a black-tinted pale ale. Its subtle coffee undertones are born from a blend of oats with dark Munich and crystal malts, and the cascade, amarillo, citra and centennial hops give it an undercurrent of complex velvet malt flavors.

Hop in the Dark Cascadian Ale

For more information, visit www.DeschutesBrewery.com.


Nora Turquoise Pendants

A new series of turquoise art glass pendants is now available from Nora Lighting. The Nora Turquoise series features five models in a range of sizes, finishes, mounts and sources. Pond, Rain, Mega Cube and Open Pond pendants are styled with luminous art glass, while Empire is a handmade beaded glass shade. Matching sconces are available for Rain, Empire and Mega Cube.

NORA Turquoise Pendant

For more information, visit www.noralighting.com.

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