The best famous alcohol brands, according to Deuxmoi
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Last year, I took it upon myself to provide readers with the ultimate celebrity wine guide. I drank everything from Sarah Jessica Parker’s Invivo X (I’d stick to watching it in And just like that…) to Maison No. 9 by Post Malone (a shockingly flawless rosé). While it was a exhausting work, as the person behind Deuxmoi — the infamous Instagram of anonymous celebrity gossip — I’m nothing if not dedicated to giving my readers tea on absolutely everything about their favorite stars. So this time, I’m increasing the alcohol content. Aka, me and my friends (we’ll call them B, C, and S) are back on our bullshit: reviewing celebrity liquor brands.
First, a few caveats. Since there are so many celebrity-owned spirits these days, I had to narrow down what would make the cut. But rather than picking a specific type of alcohol, I based the selection on a variety of celebrities most beloved by Twome followers, like Kate Hudson, A$AP Rocky, and, of course, Kendall Jenner. Finally, I also bought Blake Lively’s non-alcoholic sparkling mixer, Betty Buzz, to create original Deuxmoi cocktails. (Keep reading for Mr. & Mrs. Reynolds’ recipe. You’ll thank me later.)
Without further ado, here is Deuxmoi’s definitive guide to famous liquor brands.
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