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Tito’s Vodka Gummy Bears Are Here Just in Time for Valentine’s Day

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Sugarfina, a candy company known for high end sweets, recently partnered with Tito’s Handmade Vodka to create a line of vodka-infused candy and gift boxes. Sugarfina’s newest grown-up gummy bears are infused with Tito’s Handmade Vodka and a splash of real ginger beer. Out just in time for Valentine’s Day, these handsome ‘lil gummies promise to make every hour happy hour.

Tito’s American Mule Bears

Gummy Bears

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Sugarfina, who touts itself as the “ultimate candy boutique for grown-ups” offers both alcoholic and non-alcoholic varieties of the Tito’s “Vodka is Always A Good Idea” Bento boxes. The boxes feature Tito’s American Mule Bears, Tito’s Vodka Cordials, and a mini mule mug (perfect for filling with American Mule Bears… or actual vodka, of course).

3 Texas Locations

Sugarfina

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Sugarfina offers a high-end candy experience in a chic boutique, filled with delicious, gourmet sweets that are just as beautiful to look at as they are to taste. Austin’s Domain Northside Shopping Center, Dallas, and Plano are Texas’ only Sugarfina boutique locations currently. You may order online, though but do so soon in order to get your Tito’s Gummy Bears by Valentine’s Day.

Tito’s is a natural fit for Sugarfina, which has also worked with Casamigos tequila. The vodka is made from 100-percent corn and has a mild, sweet aftertaste that has won over bartenders, home bartenders, vodka lovers and pretty much the entire vodka-drinking country since launching in 1997. And while you won’t get drunk off the candies, they are a much better bar snack than questionable peanuts.

Tito’s Handmade Vodka Produced in Texas’ Oldest Distillery

Tito's Handmade Vodka
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Tito’s Handmade Vodka is produced in Austin at Texas’ oldest legal distillery. It is made in batches, using old-fashioned pot stills, and every batch is taste-tested. Tito’s Handmade Vodka is designed to be savored by spirit connoisseurs and everyday drinkers alike. Their process, similar to those used to make fine single malt scotches and high-end French cognacs, requires more skill and effort than others, but it’s well worth it.

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