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Drake’s Organic Spirits Introduces Spiked Ice Adult Frozen Treats

Drake's spiked ice pops

Minneapolis-based Drake’s Organic Spirits has unveiled Drake’s Organic Spiked Ice freeze-and-eat alcoholic ice pops.

Drake’s Organic Spirits distills all organic premium vodka, white rum, spiced rum and mixes. The adult organic treats feature 15 percent ABV and 80 calories each. Drake’s Organic Spiked Ice will be available in four flavors: mango rum punch, vodka lemonade, watermelon martini and classic mojito.

Drake’s Organic Spirits is the first spirit line in the world to be certified USDA organic, Non-GMO Project Verified, gluten free, vegan and kosher. The five certifications ensure a cleaner drinking option that comes only from the highest quality organic ingredients.

“Drake’s Organic Spiked Ice are handheld ice pops that feature all of the crisp, clean flavor of our ultra-premium vodka and rum blended with 100 percent organic ingredients into treats perfect for summer,” said Drake’s Founder and CEO Mark Anderson. “We’re improving the category of frozen adult treats by offering a product that freezes with twice the ABV as other brands and tastes delicious without the addition of artificial colors and flavors.”

Drake’s Organic Spiked Ice was introduced at the Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America Convention & Exposition taking place in Orlando, Florida. Drake’s is an associate member of the WSWA, a national membership organization advocating on federal, state, regulatory and legal issues impacting distributors and the beverage alcohol industry.

Drake’s offers a keg cocktail program that provides pre-mixed organic cocktails to some of the largest venues in the United States.

Proceeds from the sale of all Drake’s Organic Spirits products help fund Long Lake Animal Rescue, an animal rescue foundation near Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Minneapolis-based Drake’s Organic Spirits was launched in 2017.

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Renee Sexton

Renee Sexton

Renee is a graduate of the Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University and worked more than two decades in broadcast and digital journalism before coming over to the print side.

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