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RancH2O Canned Cocktails Review


We’re headed to Dallas, Texas on today’s episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table for a taste of four canned ready-to-drink cocktails from a little company called RancH2O.

Here’s a bit more info about RancH2O taken directly from a recent press release that landed in our inbox:

RancH2O (pronounced Ranch Two Oh) serves up great tasting canned cocktails featuring real liquor perfectly mixed in four flavors: Ranch Water, Classic Marg, Vodka Soda with cranberry, and Gin Fizz with lime. Big in taste and small in calories, each can is 6.5% to 7.0% ABV and only 150 calories. Launched in 2020 by native Texan Amelia Lettieri, she has conveniently packaged the spirit of Texas and serves it in 12 oz. cans for all to enjoy responsibly. For more information and store locations, visit http://www.RancH2OSpirits.com or follow @ranch2o on social media.

From the looks of it, RancH2O appear to be lighter and easier drinking canned cocktails with minimal ingredients. As is usually the case when we saddle up to The Murder Table, the eternal question looms: Are they any good?

To find out what we thought of these canned cocktail concoctions from Cowboys Country, click the play button on the following video:

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Many thanks to the fine folks at Big Thirst Marketing for sending us these very generous samples!

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