Friday, June 11, 2021

Coupette releases signature cocktail in RTD can

World- renowned East End bar Coupette has recently released its signature cocktail, Apples, in a ready-to-drink can.

Designed in London and made in France, the Apples RTD (8.0% ABV) has been created in partnership with Maison SASSY.

A bartender-quality drink in the convenience of a can, ‘Apples’ aims to showcase the diversity of apple juice and calvados.

Perfect for consuming at home or on the go, the effervescent tipple is crisp and satisfyingly refreshing, ideal for also enjoying alfresco.

The ready-to-drink can is crafted with the same dedication, care and patience as the original Apples cocktail served at the bar, which was coined the most popular drink at the CLASS awards in 2019.

The new beverage comprises a rotation of apple juice – made from a variety of 5 different apples that have been pressed, filtered, and carbonated – and calvados, exuding notes of caramel, nutmeg, brown sugar and toffee.

Bar Manager Andrei Marcu comments on the launch: “Creating the RTD Apples can was born out of a desire to make the drink more accessible to our fans.

“Finding the perfect balance of flavours was a challenge, but after months of development and meticulous recipe tasting, we are confident the drink replicates the same quality as the original serve.

“Bringing together the on-trade and off-trade has been a dream come true and holding the can in my hand for the first time was incredibly exciting.”

Apples RTD can (250ml) retails at £5.00 Available to purchase here.

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