Redd's Wicked Introduces Strawberry Kiwi

imageWe brought you a peek back in Nov, and now this from Redd’s:

CHICAGO, IL  March 7, 2017 The Wicked Hour is back and better than ever with the return of the Redd's Wicked Limited Release series. Kicking off the return of the series is Redd's Wicked Strawberry Kiwi, a new daring flavor that allows revelers to start their night the right way. The second flavor in the series, Redd's Wicked Strawberry Kiwi, hits shelves nationwide March 1 and will be available for a limited time only.

The unapologetically wicked flavor is eight percent alcohol by volume, offering juicy strawberry and kiwi punches that deliver perfectly balanced sweet and tart flavors. Its fruit-forward aroma is complemented by its smooth, moderate body with mild carbonation. Redd's Wicked Strawberry Kiwi is the perfect drink for the rebel within.

"Redd's Wicked was created for guys who want to kick off their night with a bang. With bold new flavors like Strawberry Kiwi, Redd's Wicked is the perfect drink to satisfy their craving," said Lisa Rudman, Redd's Family of Brands senior marketing manager. "We're excited to welcome Redd's Wicked Strawberry Kiwi to the family and to help our fans ramp up for whatever their night might bring."

In addition to the release of Redd's Wicked Strawberry Kiwi, fan-favorite Redd's Wicked Blood Orange is set to be re-released later in 2017.

Redd's Wicked Strawberry Kiwi will be available nationwide at most grocery and convenience stores in 24-ounce cans, 16-ounce cans and 12-packs of 10-ounce cans.
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