Kobrand has launched a French imported premium coffee crème liqueur across the US.

The company said today (19 September) that its new liqueur, named Café Bohême, will be a blend of gourmet coffee, five times distilled French vodka, Danish crème and vanilla.

The new product will be positioned as a liqueur to be served over ice, as a low calorie dessert alternative, or used within signature cocktails with Kobrand's Depaz Blue Cane Amber Rhum, the company added.

Kobrand vice president, director of spirits Tom Congdon said: "There is no question about the country's desire for a smooth, satisfying crème liqueur that's not overly sweet or cloying. We expect that these articulated consumer preferences will make Café Bohême an instant cafe crème classic. Once the consumer tastes this delicious French-inspired product, we truly believe they will find, 'resistance is futile.'"

Café Bohême will retail for US$22 per 750ml bottle.

Kobrand's portfolio also includes Maison Louis Jadot Burgundies, St.Francis, Taittinger, Alizé, Cakebread Cellars, Taylor Fladgate Ports, Delamain Cognacs and Sassicaia.