TAMPA, FL – April 20, 2018 – Fat Dog Spirits, LLC. (FAT DOG), parent of small batch craft distiller of the TOUCH VODKA brand (www.TouchVodka.com), announces the launch of its newest artisan brand Vodka as well as Gin Nirvana 420, at a private kickoff event at Donatello Italian Restaurant at 4:20pm on “4/20”.
“FAT DOG announced it is hosting a private launch reception at Donatello to celebrate its newest brand: Nirvana HEMP Vodka and Gin that arrives at 4:20pm,” states Dr. Ram Ramcharran, Senior Partner of FAT DOG. “We wanted to build a new brand for the health-focused millennials, so we came up with the brand name “Nirvana” to signify living in the moment.”
He continues, “After nearly 17 months working with our Chief Scientist Dr. Abdul Ally, we have arrived at a patent-pending formula that’s been filed which we are excited about. Dr. Ally is based in Baltimore, Maryland and has worked with Seagrams and other large companies in the spirits industry. This fine product has come to fruition to provide a blissful, relaxing-style feeling. We made Vodka and Gin that just happens to have hemp in it. The 40% alcohol, 80% proof Nirvana brand is hand-crafted at a 6,500 square-foot warehousing and distilling facility in Ybor City, Florida.”
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About FAT DOG SPIRITS
FAT DOG SPIRITS, acquired by three friends in 2016, is a small batch craft distiller of the premium vodka brand TOUCH VODKA that includes Touch One, Artisan (made from honey), Key Lime, Orange and Grapefruit, as well as gin and Moonshine Brands. Ranging from $24.99 to $26.99, the 750-ml bottle TOUCH VODKA is natural, gluten-free and organic. Employing 8 full-time and 4 part-time distillery artisans, the craft spirit is available at over 400 Tampa Bay, Florida region locations including Total Wine, Luekens Liquors, Jimmy Hula’s, Sam’s Club, BJ’s, Texas Warehouse, as well as restaurants Malio’s, Donatello, Aqua, Café’ Ponte, Ivarone’s Steakhouse and Whiskey Joe’s.
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