Entertaining in 2023 just got a little easier as Grey Goose launched its Classic Martini Cocktail, and Goslings Rum announced its first canned Dark ‘n Stormy expansion since its flagship in 2012.

As the $7.2 Billion Ready To Drink market shows no signs of slowing down, these “no-brainer” RTDs leave enthusiasts wondering what took so long in the first place. Here’s a look at the new arrivals.

Goslings Dark ‘n Stormy

Vitals: 14 Proof (7% ABV); $14 (4 pack)

Things are getting spicy as golfers, beachgoers, and tailgaters have more reasons to stuff their coolers with Goslings this summer. Coming off the heels of Goslings Spirited Seas Ocean Aged Bermuda Rum released earlier this year, this Dark ‘n Stormy expansion is the second major product launch for Goslings thus far in 2023. What we have here is simple: a combo of Goslings Rum and Goslings Stormy Ginger Beer, infused with pineapple, mango, and black cherry fruit flavors. Like the original canned Dark ‘n Stormy, the new additions to the lineup is sweetened with cane sugar and without preservatives.

Buy Goslings Dark ‘n Stormy Here

Grey Goose Classic Martini Cocktail

Vitals: 14 Proof (7% ABV); $28 (375 Ml)

Vodka, dry French vermouth, and orange bitters. This Is all you’ll find in this “bartender quality” martini in a bottle, designed to make everyone a home mixologist. Stir (or shake if you must) with ice for 20-30 seconds and strain “straight up” into a chilled martini glass. Olive or a twist? That’s up to you, but if you like it dirty, just add a splash of olive juice before stirring and enjoy.

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