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Attention Sesh-Lords, You Can Now Get 18% Tinnies Loaded with Your Favourite Cocktails

Remember way back at the height of lockdown when we all decided to become mixologists? Eager to try something new, the flavour hounds amongst us turned to the liquor cabinet in hopes of unearthing something refreshingly delightful amid the dreariness outside. Kitchen tables became barbacks, sinks turned to ice buckets and midday somehow transformed into the new 5pm, but just a few months on, we’ve slipped back into our old traps. With the cocktail recipes all but forgotten, it’s time we satiate our senses with something better, tastier and more importantly, easier. Aussie enterprise Cantails is doing just that.

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The brand is the latest to venture into Australia’s premium cocktail market, dishing up fan favourites with an added shot of convenience. As the name rightly suggests, these delicious bad boys come in a slimline 150ml can, but don’t be fooled by the small size. Despite landing firmly in the ‘throwdown’ territory, each can of Cantails Cocktails comes in at a stellar 18% ABV, meaning they more than punch above their weight.

Inspired by the classic cocktails of old, you’ll find three flavours on offer, Spicy Margarita, Appletini and Espresso Martini, with the new canned cocktail offering available at Dan Murphy’s and BWS stores nationwide. The first instalment takes an Aussie approach to the classic Mexican drink, while adding a hint of spice to balance out the slight sweetness. Furthermore, the Espresso Martini and Appletini options dish out familiar flavours reminiscent of late-night cocktail bars we’ve come to love, albeit without the price tag.

The new Cantails range arrives in sleek, vibrant metallic cans, with each flavour distinguished by a number and symbol. You can score a 4-pack of your favourite flavour from Dan Murphy’s or BWS for a cheeky $45. Get the party started without needing to be a sh*tload of limes? Sign us up.

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Cantails cocktails | Image: Cantails

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Cantails cocktails | Image: Cantails


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