GM1A1838-2000px-1940x1293Do 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:

Reintroducing I.W. Harper Bourbon – After nearly 20 years out of production, I.W. Harper bourbon is back and ready for action. If you weren’t of age back in the ‘90s when it was removed from shelves, we suggest buying a bottle sooner rather than later.

Patron releases a real old tequila – Patron’s new Extra Anejo 7 Anos is both the first ever limited-edition spirit as well as the oldest tequila the brand has ever introduced. For a hefty yet understandable $299, you can experience what it’s like to sip in style.

Smirnoff + Live Nation – If you’re a fan of music festivals, then you best start sipping on Smirnoff. The vodka’s new multi-year sponsorship with Live Nation will make it the official vodka sponsor of 26 festivals, including the Electric Daisy, HARD and Wonderland franchises.

Angry Orchard Green Apple – Now you can experience the fresh crispness of a granny smith apple in (wait for it) 16 ounce cans! Don’t wait too long to get your hands on a can—the hard cider’s new packaging is sure to make it fly off the shelves.

Carmel Colors – If you have a sweet tooth, it’s time to tune in. Kahlua Salted Carmel and Southern Comfort Caramel Comfort have been released and are ready to be consumed.

Coors Light Vintage Vibes – In 1978, Coors Light cans were first introduced. The company had coined the nickname the “Silver Bullet,” and now they’re brining it all back to the 70s with their old school campaign. It will celebrate the brand’s original release, complete with a come back of the can’s original packaging.

St. George Green Chile Vodka – St. George Spirits truly knows how to combine flavors from both hot and sweet peppers. Layered with fresh cilantro and lime, this vodka is sure to give any spice lover a kick.