Canned cocktails are a convenient way to enjoy your favorite adult beverages in the summer months. They’re so easy to stash in a cooler and bring with you to the beach, pool or wherever else the summer brings you.
Now, Jack Daniel’s has released three new canned cocktails that are sure to become your go-to drinks all season long.
The Tennessee whiskey-infused cocktails come in three classic flavors: Whiskey, Honey & Lemonade; Whiskey & Cola and Whiskey & Seltzer. Forget lugging a bottle of booze, mixers and cups, because these cocktails-in-a-can are ready to pop open and enjoy.
“With Jack Daniel’s Can Cocktails, you can enjoy them on the go, straight from the fridge or out of the cooler,” reads the product description. “It’s real Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey in three light, refreshing mixes — conveniently canned.”
The Whiskey & Cola and Whiskey, Honey & Lemonade flavors clock in at 7% ABV, while the Whiskey & Seltzer has 5% ABV.
Jack Daniel’s Can Cocktails are available in four-packs of 12-ounce cans for $12.99 and in single cans for $3.99 each at select stores in the following states: California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin.
While this is the whiskey’s first attempt at cocktails in a can, the brand does have a line of premixed cocktails in bottles.
Bottled Country Cocktails come in a number of refreshing flavors, including Lynchburg Lemonade, Watermelon Punch, Black Jack Cola, Downhome Punch, Berry Punch, Southern Citrus, Southern Peach and Cherry Limeade. The ABV for these bottled cocktails is 4.8%.
With the introduction of these canned drinks, Jack Daniel’s joins a growing list of liquor brands to get in on the canned cocktails trend, including Bacardi and Absolut.
Malibu rum also introduced canned cocktails — including pina coladas — that will supply the tropical beach vibes no matter where you’re sitting and sipping.
Cheers to a refreshingly boozy summer!
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