‘Tito’s in a Can,’ Just Add Vodka


With all of the canned laborious seltzers and ready-to-drink cocktails lining retailer cabinets, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, a corn-based cult favourite from Austin, Texas, has taken a D.I.Y. route with a charity angle. It has launched a sturdy, pretty slim chrome steel double-walled 16-ounce can containing no drink, with web proceeds donated to charities the corporate helps. (At checkout you’ll be able to choose one in all 5 charities, like American Farmland Belief and Meals on Wheels America, that may obtain at the very least 25 % of the value.) We’re gone April 1 however sure, it’s empty, prepared for anybody’s most popular libation — presumably made with Tito’s, as urged on the can.

Tito’s in a Can, $20, titosinacan.com.

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