Pernod Ricard USA has introduced Kahlúa Iced Coffee cans, available nationwide in three flavors — Iced Espresso, Iced Mocha and Iced Coffee with Cinnamon Spice. The 5%-abv beverages are priced at $2.50 a 200-ml. can or $9.99 for a four-pack.

Hess Family Estates is set to launch Amalaya White, a Torrontés-Riesling blend from Argentina, in the U.S. market. The 2011 Amalaya White is 85% Torrontés and 15% Riesling, made from grapes grown in northwestern Argentina’s Cafayate Valley. It begins shipping in August and will appear on store shelves later that month, retailing at $11.99 a 750-ml.

New Jersey-based Vision Wine & Spirits is rolling out a new flavored sangria brand, Abuela Sangarita, with flavors including watermelon and blackberry. The new offering will retail at around $6.99 a 750-ml. bottle and can be consumed chilled straight from the bottle, over ice or with added brandy and sliced fruit.

Ann Arbor, Michigan’s Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales has partnered with Hawaii’s Maui Brewing Co. to create a new beer, Sobrehumano Palena ’Ole. Brewers Ron Jeffries (Jolly Pumpkin) and John Walsh (Maui Brewing) each created their own version of the collaborative offering, which is made with liliko’i and Michigan cherries. Maui Brewing’s edition of Sobrehumano Palena ’Ole used standard fermentation to produce approximately 4,000 cases of cans and 80 barrels in draft. Jolly Pumpkin’s version, meanwhile, is an open-fermented, barrel-aged and bottle-conditioned sour ale totaling 850 cases of 750-ml. bottles and 20 draft barrels. Both styles were unveiled last month at the SAVOR craft beer and food expo in Washington, D.C., with Jolly Pumpkin’s brew set to be sampled at the upcoming Michigan Summer Beer Festival, held July 27 and 28.