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Splash Vodka expands into Liquorland

Australian-made and owned alcohol brand, Splash Vodka, has launched its canned cocktails into selected Liquorland stores.

Splash’s new flavours – Watermelon + Pomegranate and Orange + Passionfruit – are infused with 100% natural flavours and contain zero sugar or artificial sweeteners. Sweet notes of watermelon are complemented with the exotic taste of pomegranate, while citrus notes from orange and passion fruit combine for a zesty spritz experience. At less than 80 calories per can, Splash Vodka aims to provide ‘guilt-free’ sips for spring and summer entertaining.

“Everyone knows that I love to wind down at the end of a long work week with a cocktail, but this doesn’t mean I want to sacrifice my health in the process,” said actress and Splash co-founder Olympia Valance (above). “No one wants to feel guilty about what they’re putting into their bodies when they should just be focusing on enjoying the present moment! We managed to create a formula that is incredibly clean, without skimping on the taste.”

After successfully launching online in 2019, Splash Vodka has also recently arrived on shelf in 200 Dan Murphy’s stores nationwide. Valance and her co-founder, entrepreneur Jeff Gobbles, said they are delighted to see Splash Vodka continue to expand into additional Australian retailers.  

“We’ve developed a really loyal customer base online since our launch, and it’s very exciting to be able to expand on this and give more Aussie’s the opportunity to taste our craft vodka premixes through our partnership with Liquorland,” said Valance.  

Splash Vodka will be available in-store at select Liquorland stores across Victoria, as well as online at  RRP: $20 for 4 pack, 250mL cans.

Drinks Digest put the Splash range to the taste test and can confirm they are delicious – we love that they don’t contain artificial sweeteners, just refreshing fruit flavours.

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