Options for your party drinks just got a larger. Splash Beverage Group (SBG)‘s SALT Tequila label will soon be available around the state—just in time for Cinco de Mayo. We’ve got all the details on the distribution deal, check it out.
Splash Beverage Group x Gulf Distributing of Alabama
SBG recently announced a secured distribution deal through Gulf Distributing of Alabama, one of the most established distributors in the Southeast, for the company’s SALT Tequila label. Gulf has had a long-standing relationship with SBG as it already distributes TapouT, one of the company beverages, so it is no surprise that they picked up their tequila label.
SBG is a company that manufactures and distributes a variety of beverages across the globe. According to their website, they supports founders of beverage brands by helping them grow and seek out quality, branded products. With the addition of SALT Tequila in Gulf’s blue-chip portfolio of beverages, this brings Splash’s number of significant distribution agreements to six since signing with the AB ONE network in November 2021.
Welcome, SALT Tequila
SALT Tequila is naturally flavored 100% blanco agave tequila with a clean and sweet taste that is grown, distilled and bottled in the region of Jalisco, Mexico. The brand offers a variety of naturally flavored tequila that include:
- Salted Chocolate
According to a press release, SALT is a mature and mellow 80 proof (40% alcohol) tequila created by third generation tequila masters in Mexico. Soon, Alabama residents will be able to experience firsthand. The release also stated that recent studies suggest tequila is increasingly becoming the top liquor of choice for millennials in comparison to vodka and cognac.
Also, it is the latest spirit to catch on in the infusion space. SALT Tequila carriers have yet to be announced.
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