US: Thatcher's Organic Artisan Liqueurs launched
US drinks firm Thatcher's has launched a range of organic liqueurs on the domestic market.
Flavours of Thatcher's Organic Artisan Liqueurs include cucumber, elderflower, apple spice ginger, pomegranate, tres chili, dark chocolate and blueberry.
Packaged in lightweight, clear 750ml glass, recyclable bottles, each will retail at less than US$25, the company said today (29 April). The range, which has no artificial flavours, preservatives or colours, will begin a phased launch across the US from this month.
Founder Dave Racicot said: "I wanted to develop a great tasting range of liqueurs that really enhanced the cocktail experience. With Thatcher's you can create multiple cocktails from just one expression, be it a martini, on the rocks, a spritzer or Bellini, you can enjoy Thatcher's to your taste or occasion."
Racicot said the company has partnered with environmental charity '1% For the Planet' - a worldwide collection of companies with the common belief that businesses should "give back to our planet in a meaningful way".
Point of sale support will use recycled material for menu boards and display racks.
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