Screen Shot 2016-02-09 at 2.16.32 PMDo you ever find yourself getting bored with your go-to booze? When you’ve grown tired of that mundane drink order, we’ll be here to walk you through what’s new and noteworthy this week:

Sierra Tequila: Due to the serious demand for coffee-flavored spirits, another distiller has decided to combine their alcohol with the brewed morning drink: Sierra Tequila. The new variant, Sierra Gran Café, is mixed with their Sierra Tequila Blanco and 100% roasted Mexican coffee. It offers a different but exciting taste compared to any other coffee liquor. Before you even drink it, you can smell an array of spices, nuts, and herbs. When you do take a sip, the coffee flavor is combined with chocolate brownies, delivering a sensational experience for your taste buds. It’s perfect to sip on or as a shot, and you won’t even need a chaser because this tequila goes down surprisingly easily.

Beet Spirits: Ben Brueshoff and Jerad Poling, the founders of Beet Spirits, have conceived a new way to create premium vodka. Unlike traditional vodkas made from potatoes or grains, this vodka is made with sugar beets! Inspired by Henry Oxnard who invented a way to process sugar beets in the 19th century, these two entrepreneurs wanted to honor the pioneering spirit and continue Henry’s vodka practices. Distilled in Minnesota, BĒT vodka (pronounced “beet”) has a smooth finish with a spicy kick and a hint of vanilla. It is 80 proof and visibly marked “made for sharing”, so get a bunch of your friends together to sip on this sophisticated spirit. According to the creators, this vodka pairs perfectly with orange bitters.

Malibu: Malibu Rum’s game-changing new flavor, Pineapple Upside Down Cake, will be sure to sweeten up your weekend. The newest addition to the Malibu Sensations collection, this tropical drink will bring you straight back to that lounge chair on the beach. Pineapple-flavored spirits are experiencing a growth in popularity right now; they’re perfectly fruity and great at helping you pretend it’s not below freezing outside. So, whether you’re out relaxing by the pool or stuck inside watching the snowfall, a sip of this will lighten you up. You can drink Malibu’s Pineapple Upside Down Cake as a shot, mixed with fruit juices, or even with scoop of ice cream!

Burnett’s: Ah, Burnett’s. Everyone’s favorite moderately priced vodka. Burnett’s has always been there to supply multiple bottles for your big party and offer your guests with the widest variety of vodka flavors you could imagine. Now, they are adding Burnett’s Cucumber Lime to the mix. What is it about cucumbers? They’re so fresh and exhilarating, everyone wants to add some to their cocktails. Cucumber Lime brings Burnett’s vodka line to a whopping 37 flavors. If you have the time, let us know how the other 36 taste, but make sure not to test them all in one sitting!

Francoli Distillery: Want to impress your date? Show up with a bottle of Francoli’s Fiorente. This one-of-a-kind liqueur is created from wild elderflowers that are grown and harvested in northern Italy. Francoli Distillery and A. Hardy USA joined forces to create this delightful liqueur and present it to America for the first time. It has an eye-popping color with hints of lemon, mint, and honey. Because it is made from elderflowers, the sugar content is very low, so it can be mixed with champagne, sparkling wines, or cocktails without giving you too much of a sugar high.