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Anheuser-Busch InBev's Cutwater Spirits' Long Island Iced Tea 

Cutwater Spirits Long Island Iced Tea is available nation-wide in the US off-premise

Cutwater Spirits' Long Island Iced Tea is available nation-wide in the US off-premise

Category - Spirits, cocktail, 13.2% abv

Available - From this month

Location - The US; available nation-wide in the off-premise

Price - SRP of US$12.99 per four-pack

The US division of Anheuser-Busch InBev has added a new expression under its Cutwater Spirits range of canned cocktails.

Cutwater's Long Island Iced Tea is the 20th variant to join the brand's line of canned cocktails and follows the roll-out of Rum Mint Mojito in June. The RTD contains a blend vodka, rum, gin and Tequila, as well as citrus flavours and cola.

"Our Long Island Iced Tea doesn't use beer as base alcohol, it is true to the original recipe with a Cutwater twist - featuring our real spirits," said Cutwater's co-founder & master distiller, Yuseff Cherney.

A-B InBev acquired Cutwater last year for an undisclosed fee. Cutwater makes a range of mixers, pre-mix cocktails and RTDs.

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