New Products: Van Gogh Blue Vodka

Van Gogh Blue Vodka

After two years of development, Triple Wheat Van Gogh Blue Vodka is now available in select U.S. markets. It is the first ultra-premium vodka made from three international sources: from Central France, Southern Germany and Zeeland, Holland. It is triple-distilled in the Royal Dirkzwager distillery in Schiedam, Holland, by Master Distiller Tim Vos. The 80-proof vodka is best enjoyed straight up, chilled or garnished with blue cheese stuffed olives.

Bittermens Xocolatl Mole and Grapefruit Bitters

Bittermens Inc. and The Bitter Truth have formed a global partnership to bring a bitters line to market. Bittermens Xocolatl Mole and Grapefruit bitters are already being used by select bars and restaurants under a pre-release program but will now be released as a sub-brand of The Bitter Truth. Bittermens will now focus on new flavor development to bring to market with The Bitter Truth.

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La Caravelle Champagne

Rita Jammet’s Bouquet Ventures introduced La Caravelle Champagne’s three new labels: Brut Cuvée Niña, the Rosé and the Blanc de Blancs, all crafted from grapes from Epernay in the Champagne region of France. The Cuvée Niña features a blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, and the Rosé Brut adds red wines to that blend. The Blanc de Blancs is made with a blend of Chardonnay Crus.

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GraphicHolders by Walls + Forms

Walls + Forms Inc. offers three styles of GraphicHolders: economical, heavy-duty and a decorative option for mounting flexible graphics. All feature a “Hanger Hook” tab slot on back and a “Grip Strip” that holds sign material securely. Components are made from industrial-grade materials and are tested in the harshest indoor and outdoor environments. They are available in white, black, blue, gray and red.

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