Two Trees Beverage Co. has introduced Two Trees Pumpkin Spice and Peppermint flavored whiskeys.
Both of the new varieties start shipping to retail and on-premise operations in mid-September. Both are 70 proof.
Two Tree Pumpkin Spice whiskey has flavor notes reminiscent of seasonal pumpkin and toasted cinnamon, the company says, with a sweet aromatic taste of ginger and allspice.
The company describes Two Trees Peppermint with a flavorful aroma of candy canes and creamy peppermint flavor.
“Unique product varieties such as these tend to expand category sales vs cannibalizing existing sales,” says Chad Slagle, Two Trees Beverage Co. CEO. “Our exclusive and proprietary process delivers exceptional taste on a consistent basis with differentiation that consumers cannot find anywhere else.”
The new whiskey products are available in six-count cases and have a suggested retail price of $21.99 per 750-ml. bottle. Those interested in ordering the new items should contact Chip Flanders at 803-767-1322 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Just like all of the spirits that Two Trees produces, the Two Trees Pumpkin Spice and Two Trees Peppermint whiskeys are sustainably matured, the company says: The Two Trees process leads to conservation in forestry, reduced emissions and reduced environmental footprint overall.
“We enjoy showcasing our exceptional, intriguing tastes through our Two Trees portfolio and providing great examples of ways that our company can help retailers and other beverage brands diversify portfolios through our third-party manufacturing and private-label capabilities,” says Chris Sellers, president of Two Trees Beverage Co.
“Companies that are looking to integrate sustainability into product development for adult beverages should contact us for information on our eco-friendly processes that deliver rapidly matured products in a consistent manner for profitable growth,” he adds. “By following best practices for maturation, the industry can take a mature approach to the environment and sustainability as well.”