The new orange liquefied spirit cointée is coming to market, and it’s not as smooth as you might think.
ABC News was there for the launch at the New Orleans Brewery in New Orleans, Louisiana, last week.
A big crowd gathered to celebrate the new craft beer.
The orange liquefied spirits are made with apple juice and are made by a small brewery in New York.
The first cointeau to hit the market, it’s one of a handful of craft beers available in the U.S. and Canada.
The drink has gone through some changes over the years, but now it’s more akin to what we’d get at a New Orleans restaurant.
The new cointee is made with three different ingredients.
The apple juice is made of orange juice concentrate and has a very unique flavor, according to the company.
The liquid used for the juice is a blend of coconut oil, cocoa butter and orange juice, according the company’s website.
The flavor is the same as the liquid that’s added to other drinks.
The company has said the drink is 100 percent pure.
It’s available in New England, the Atlantic Coast, the Midwest and Florida.
The cointaes are available in 12-ounce bottles.
The price for a 12-pack is $10.99, the company said.
The brand has also been made into two liqueurs: Cointreau Orange Liqueur and Cointaure Orange Liquor.
The liqueure comes in a bottle and is available in 10-ounce, 12- or 16-ounce sizes.
The Cointaaure Orange is a lighter, refreshing, more tropical liqueural with a slightly citrus flavor.
It costs $8.99 for a glass and $6.99 per 12-oz bottle.