Innovative spins on favourite brands are leading the pack of new releases this week.
Tiger Beer has launched Tiger Crystal, an easy-drinking, light lager brewed with all-natural ingredients.
The beer is brewed using a unique Crystal Cold Filtration brewing process, which filters it at a crystal cold temperature below zero degrees locking in all its most desirable and purest flavours and aromas and presented in a crystal clear bottle.
Tiger Crystal comes in a 330ml clear glass bottle and has an ABV of 4.5%, as compared to the regular Tiger Beer with an alcohol level of 5%.
The new release is launching now in Liquorland stores and other selected on and off premise venues.
Glenfiddich has launched the fourth concept in its Experimental Series with Glenfiddich Fire & Cane, a combination of smoky whisky finished in sweet rum casks.
With a bold pairing of smoky whisky with non-peated malts matured alongside bourbon casks, Fire & Cane highlights Glenfiddich’s sweet and fruity signature style. Finished in Latin rum casks, the distiller said the whisky has a surprising overlay of caramel toffee sweetness.
Fire & Cane is dubbed ‘neo-tropical’ and Glenfiddich has crafted cocktails that give a modern twist to traditional Tiki drinks. This summer, consumers will have the opportunity to experience these unique pairings at leading cocktail and whisky bars and restaurants across the country.
Glenfiddich Fire & Cane is now available in Australia through premium bars and liquor stores nationally at a recommended retail price of $85 per 700ml bottle.
Fever-Tree is welcoming two new limited-edition light tonics to its range of mixers.
Fever-Tree Refreshingly Light Cucumber Tonic and Refreshingly Light Clementine Tonic with Cinnamon are available from Dan Murphy’s stores nationwide at RRP $4.60 (500mL bottle)
Mr Black has added a new Single Origin coffee liqueur product line, kicking off with a special coffee from Colombia.
The specifically selected Colombian coffee experiences light natural fermentation before processing, giving it what Baker describes as a “little natural coffee funk, balanced with notes of figs, chocolate, and dark berries.”
The special edition represents the lighter side of the coffee spectrum when compared to Mr Black’s now ubiquitous coffee liqueur; renowned for its robust dark chocolate, caramel and citrus flavour.