Brewer-based Twenty2 Vodka announces three new flavored vodkas, to hit shelves this spring

twenty2 orangeTwenty2 Vodka, the Brewer-via-Houlton vodka distillery run by the husband and wife team of Scott Galbiati and Jessica Jewell, announced today that starting in April, three new flavored varieties of their signature Maine-made vodka will hit shelves, in the company’s new Rested Expressions vodka series. The pair have long offered a high-proof variety of their vodka specially intended for vodka infusions, and offer a huge selection of recipes on their website for infusions drinkers can make at home. Now, three of the couple’s favorite infusion recipes will be available in bottles. The flavors, using all natural ingredients added after the vodka has been bottled, include Lemon and Orange Peel, Real Whole Bean Coffee, and Cracked Black Peppercorn. Later this year, vodka fans can expect more new varieties including cinnamon stick, vanilla bean, spicy chile pepper, and a variety of seasonal flavors.

Twenty2 Vodka was founded in Houlton in 2006 and in 2013 moved operations to Brewer. Their signature 80 proof vodka has won multiple gold medals at the SIP Awards, the San Francisco World Spirits Awards and the MicroLiquor Awards.

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