There’s a new liqueur on it’s way.

Our cocktail scene just keeps getting better, and now it’s about to become even more intriguing.

Say hello to VINIQ Shimmery Liqueur. She’s the flashy one at the party, literally outshining all of your other drinks. She’s an enticing fusion of premium vodka, Moscato, and natural fruit flavours, with a sparkling shimmer as the icing on the cake.

Forget statement necklaces and bold jewelry, keep a VINIQ drink in your hand and you’ve found your new mesmerizing accessory. I can already see the men flocking in my direction.

“What the hell are you drinking?”  he’ll ask.

And so will begin our fairy tale.

The liqueur tastes like juicy peach fruit flavours with layers of citrus and honey, rounded out with hints of orange blossom.

And it looks like magic.

Launched in 2014, VINIQ Shimmery Liqueur is blended and distilled in California using premium vodka and Moscato wine. The shimmer is created using the same ingredient that gives frosting it’s shine on your favorite cake or the sparkle in rock candy.

In other words, it’s safe to consume. It’s even gluten free.

VINIQ can be served by itself, on the rocks, or combined with delicious mixers to turn up the flavour and the look of your drink. How does it work? Just shake to shimmer. It’s most complimentary mixers are sparkling wine or light colored carbonated beverages. Or, you can try these recipes:

A-List

3 oz Viniq Shimmery Liquer

2 oz Champagne

0.5 oz Soda

Ice

Orange Wheel

Pour all into an ice-filled elegant class, garnish with an orange wheel dropped into the drink.

Voila!

2 oz Viniq Shimmery Liqueur

2 oz Cranberry Juice

1 oz New Amsterdam Peach Vodka

2 dashes bitters

Ice

Mine sprig, lime wedge, berries

Pour all into shaker, stir thoroughly, strain into martini glass and garnish

Pay Day

3 oz Viniq Shimmery Liquer

1 oz lemonade (half fresh lemon juice/half simple syrup)

0.5 oz premium orange liquer

2 oz champagne

Ice

Mint sprig

Pour all into a tall elegant glass, stir thoroughly, add ice and stir again, garnish with a mint sprig and enjoy.

Check out their website for more info and cocktail recipes.

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