LITTLETON, Colo. (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
Music’s brightest night and the spirits’ world biggest night both had something in common last month: a European-inspired but made-in-America drink that keeps on winning awards – Fῡchen. Fῡchen not only continues to rake in the medals after winning yet another by claiming a medal at the 2013 Spirits of the America’s Competition, it also landed in the hands of many famous musicians and singers at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards.
Fῡchen won a medal in the herbal liqueur category adding to its list of accolades that include best herbal liqueur in its category at the 2012 MicroLiquor Awards; and gold for best spirit overall, best in division and best in category at the 2011 Los Angeles International Wine and Spirits Competition.
And a week later, the buzz continued at the Grammys. “We provided Fῡchen backstage and in the dressing rooms for all the performers,” said Fῡchen creator David Hults. “The Twitter-sphere was lit up for hours asking us if “so-and-so” was drinking our brand. Incredibly exciting time!”
And why is Fῡchen all the buzz right now? Fῡchen is proving to be one of the best-tasting spirits in its category winning awards for the third straight year in a row. A sophisticated mingling of vanilla, cinnamon, and various aromatics that hold true to its classic German heritage the recipe is a blend of select secret ingredients to yield a bold, yet smooth taste without the harsh bitters and lingering heavy after taste like so many others in the category. Crafted with an artisan’s touch and bottled in small batches, Fῡchen is handcrafted to ensure a smooth, rich, bold flavor with a higher proof and clever, complex, premium flavor offered in 750 ml sleek, upscale and eye-grabbing red glass bottle.
“How Fuchen awesome! Truly an honor and privilege for us to provide Fῡchen at the Grammys just on the heels of winning yet another medal,” said Mark Rehberger, brand manager for Fῡchen. “This is an amazing start to our new year and we just keep gaining momentum: winning awards and showing up at prestigious events like the Grammys. Consumers want it and retailers are clamoring for it.”
Paulaner HP USA, purveyor of the world’s finest beers, is headquartered in Littleton, Colo., and imports Paulaner, Hacker-Pschorr, Fuller’s, O’Hara’s Irish Stout, Fruli, Birra Dolomiti and Dixie beers, Vigna Dogarina, Cavallina and Dr. Peter Pootinger Riesling wines, and Fῡchen herbal liqueur. This list of fine imports is now available throughout the United States at upscale, on-premise establishments. http://www.paulaner.com