It’s a holiday weekend and while you know that the next day is full of food, you have tonight and tomorrow to cook either some or all of it and get it on the table. With that task in mind,
here’s an easy sip that you don’t have to anything more than chill, shake and pour– courtesy of VnC Cocktails
VnC Cocktails was founded in 2007 and is the brain child of serial entrepreneur Shane McKillen. After finding himself stuck in the kitchen mixing cocktails at parties (uh. I know that pain!!) McKillen created VnC Cocktails, easy yet quality ready-to-serve cocktails.
Every bottle of VnC Cocktails is made with 100% natural fruit juice and no artificial preservatives, additives, or colors. All cocktails include 13.9% New Zealand vodka or premium tequila. The eye catching bottle reflects VnC’s core values of being 100% natural and New Zealand made. VnC’s cocktails are lightweight, affordable, and easy to pour and store and at 150 Calories or less a serving, easy on the waistline.
Made in New Zealand with Blood, Sweat and Tears. (Actually we lied about the tears, Kiwis don’t cry). VnC has won nine gold and two platinum medals !
VnC Pomegranate Cosmopolitan
VnC Cosmopolitan– I have had this one. HUGE bottle and it tastes amazingly fresh. You can definitely feel the alcohol but it’s smooth, silky and definitely a kicky drink.
VnC Feijoa & Apple
VnC Mango Daiquiri
VnC Passionfruit Caprioska
VnC Strawberry Daiquiri
Suggestion for this Thanksgiving weekend, buy some of these flavored cocktails and have one tonight as you prepare for Thanksgiving — and save some for over the weekend because you are sure to have company or go see someone who would appreciate having a great tasting cocktail that doesn’t require any more than pulling out glasses, ices, shaking and pouring.
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