American Liquor Company

ALCO Orange Crush Canned Cocktail Review

A few weeks ago, we were given a behind-the-scenes tour of New Liberty Distilling in the Kensington section of Philadelphia. During our tour, we experienced what’s usually experienced on a distillery tour, i.e. learned about the distillation process, walked through the production and aging facilities, and sampled some spirits. As an added bonus, we saddled up to the bar in their lounge/bar/tasting room and sampled all of the yummy concoctions that they use to make cocktails.

It looks EXACTLY like this…

On our way out, we were given a parting gift…

In addition to a wide variety of whiskeys and other spirits, New Liberty also makes a line of canned cocktails under their American Liquor Company (or ALCO for short) label. We reviewed several of their ALCO offerings a while back, but there was one that we didn’t get to sample. Orange Crush is its name.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

Summers down the Delaware shore remind us of moments with friends, deep laughs and a refreshing Orange Crush. The intense flavor is bursting with your new favorite blend of orange cream soda and a dash of lime.

Most of our time was spend at the Jersey Shore, so I guess we missed out on Orange Crush cocktails on the beach. All we can say is: better late than never! Click the play on the following video to find our what we thought of the ALCO Orange Crush:

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Many thanks to New Liberty Distillery for sending us this very generous sample!

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