Do 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:

Angry Orchard
Known as the cider with more sugar than a 10-year-old’s birthday party, Angry Orchard is coming out with two new flavors: Knotty Pear and The Old Fashioned. These additions will mark the start of Orchard’s Edge, the brand’s latest series. Word on the street is that, due to the maturing palettes of American cider drinkers, craft cider houses have been adding more complex flavors to their new releases, and it looks like Angry Orchard will be no different. Well, you can be the judge. Get your hands on a six-pack or two and let us know what you think.

Because anyone who’s anyone is hopping on the flavored vodka train, SKYY just announced two additions to its Infusions line: Honeycrisp Apple and Tropical Mango. Frankly, they sound delicious, but that’s no coincidence. These new infusions weren’t just randomly chosen. Due to apple’s enourmous popularity in the flavor category, SKYY took the next step by infusing their spirit with honeycrisp apples, resulting in a crisp and balances sweet-tart flavor. And it’s a similar story with Mango. These natural flavors are sure to be a hit with consumers.

What’s the one thing holding whiskey back? Well, Stillhouse Spirits Co. thinks it’s the glass bottle. So, they set about fiing that problem by releasing the first ever canned whiskey. But, don’t think you’ll have to now buy your whiskey in 12 oz cans – it comes in the popular 750ml size! And, as if this could get much better, the whiskey comes in five flavors that we’ve heard are incredible: Apple Crisp, Peach Tea, Coconut, Mint Chip, and Red Hot.

Twisted Tea
The beach drink of biddies everywhere will bow be available in a new flavor: Bourbon Barrel. Coming just in time fore this summer, expect to see these on shelves in 6 packs or as a part of Twisted Tea’s Party Pack, alongside the Original, Half & Half, and Raspberry flavor varieties.