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"other than standard orange wine"

Actually, I work at a company that distributes liquor flavored wines, otherwise known as "other than standard orange wine." Although it may sound substandard, this product is mostly just used for restaurants that only have beer and wine licenses, but would like to serve mixed drinks and cocktails. The most common types are tequila, rum, vodka, and triple sec. When mixed into things such as margaritas or daiquiris, I guarantee most people cannot tell a difference. In fact, a local Greek place that uses our product recently won a consumer's choice award for "best strawberry margaritas in Houston." If you'd like more info, check us out at www.toddyblends.com. Our products are called Terlingua, Rico Bay, Voschka, and Tri-Nector.

Jul 13, 2012
Toddyblend in Spirits

Wine Based Spirits?

I think I can help! What you are referring to is actually an orange based wine that is flavored like various spirits. I work at a winery/distillery that does exactly what you are looking for. Our liquor-type wines are 17% alcohol by volume, which is the highest percentage acceptable for beer and wine licenses. We will work with all of our customers to come up with a customized and unique recipe for cocktails using our products. We also help with labeling and branding. We distribute to all types of restaurants, and customers can never tell the difference between our product and hard liquor. In fact, a local Greek place called Niko Niko's uses our tequila for their margaritas and they were recently voted the best Strawberry margaritas in Houston. Sku is right though, the regulations do vary by state. However, we are located in Texas and can distribute to most of the continental states. Our website is http://www.toddyblends.com/ if you'd like some more info!

Jul 13, 2012
Toddyblend in Spirits