Suerte Targets Small Format Consumers With 50 ml Bottles

Suerte, the small-batch, single-distillery tequila maker, announced today the release of its Blanco, Reposado, and Añejo in 50 ml bottles.

“In the six years since we started Suerte Tequila, we have watched the brand expand and reach new audiences nationwide. We hope that by introducing 50mL bottles of Suerte, more people will try and love our traditionally-crafted tequila,” said Suerte Co-founder Laurence Spiewak.

Suerte Tequila is crafted from 100% Tahona-crushed blue weber agave that is slow roasted in brick ovens and double-distilled. The Reposado, Añejo and Extra Añejo are aged in charred American White Oak whiskey barrels for seven months, two years and eight years, respectively.

Suerte Blanco and Reposado recommend a retail price of  $2.99 per 50mL and $3.99 for the Añejo. Distribution will include all 24 states where Suerte is currently available.


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