New Products: James River Plantation Sweet Tea Vodka

James River Plantation Sweet Tea Vodka

A. Hardy USA Ltd. and Tom Maas, president of Agave Loco Imports, released the James River Plantation Sweet Tea Vodka. Made from brewed tea and blended with five-time distilled American vodka, the beverage is 100 percent natural and is bottled by hand. James River Plantation Sweet Tea Vodka is available in a 750 ml and a 1.75 ml cork-finished bottle.

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Seven Tiki Spiced Rum

A Fijian rum made from the molasses of Polynesian sugar cane, exotic spices and virgin water from beneath Fiji’s volcanic highlands, Seven Tiki Spiced Rum is now on the market in Florida and California. The rum has flavors of sugar cane, Polynesian fruit, coffee, cherry and chocolate and aromas of vanilla and light crème caramel. Seven Tiki earned a gold medal at the 2009 Ministry of Rum Tasting Competition.

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Valley of the Moon Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon

Valley of the Moon has released 5,300 cases of its 2006 Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon and 3,000 cases of its 2007 Carneros Pinot Noir. The Cabernet has blackberry, red currant, anise and semi-sweet chocolate aromas, and its integrated tannins promise additional development with cellaring. The Pinot Noir showcases blueberry, black cherry, cola and clove aromas and flavors. Weight and structure on the palate lead to a delicate, lingering finish.

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Isis Fan

The Isis fan model, the newest development for restaurants and bars from Big Ass Fans, is specifically designed for hospitality spaces with ceilings as low as 12 feet. Working in conjunction with HVAC systems to distribute conditioned air and reduce energy consumption, it is the first commercial-grade fan for smaller spaces. Isis weighs less than 100 pounds and is available in 8-, 9- and 10-feet diameters.

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