Nudes are back! And no, we’re not talking about unsolicited pics. You can finally get Nude Beverages pre-mixed cocktails at the LCBO again and the timing couldn’t be better. So, if you’re looking to booze up your social distancing game in Ontario, Nude cocktails are here for you.
The popular Vancouver-originated drink is returning after cans quickly disappeared off shelves during the initial Ontario launch in 2019.
Those who can’t get to the liquor store right now will be thrilled to know the drink is also available for delivery through The Beer Guy.
It should be noted that Nude Beverages isn’t the only canned cocktail to come to Ontario with great success.
Remember how Torontonians lined up around the block when White Claw officially launched in Canada last month?
Well, don’t worry. According to the LCBO website, there’s plenty of White Claw in stock all throughout the province as well.
So no matter which beverage you choose, there’s nothing quite like cracking open a cocktail after a long day of Zoom calls.
Nude Beverages have been around since 2017 and is the largest Canadian-owned and made ready-to-drink (RTD) alcoholic beverage brand.
Despite that fact, the company still has that small-business charm and couldn’t be more excited about returning to Ontario.
“We are excited to relaunch in Ontario with two of our top product offerings,” said Julius Makarewicz, CEO, in the release.
“We are a small, independent Canadian company, and it is immensely gratifying to see such strong support on our home turf.”
Both the vodka soda and the gin soda will be available in 473 ml tall cans and are sugar-free, sweetener-free, gluten-free, carb-free, and just 130 calories.
They’re also crafted right here in Ontario.
At the time of writing, the LCBO website reports that stores carrying the beverages have about 50-70 cans of gin soda and vodka soda in stock right now.
So there you have it. We can finally restock our home fridges with quick and easy cocktails.
Why You Need It: Cocktails at home will never be easier. Or tastier. Or more Canadian.