Copper & Kings appoints two distribution partners for its American Brandy and Absinthe spirits

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Copper & Kings appoints two US distribution partners

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Copper & Kings American Brandy Co. has appointed two distribution partners for its American Brandy and Absinthe spirits.

The company will partner with Charmer-Sunbelt Group’s Empire Merchants of New York and Ledroit Brands in Washington D.C.

We have reached a place where we feel that we are capable and competent enough to handle the significant challenge that is New York and New York City itself​,” said Joe Heron, founder, Copper & Kings American Brandy.

The company has realigned wholesale partners in the state of Wisconsin with the appointment of Capitol-Husting to manage distribution for the entire state.

Copper & Kings uses small batch copper pot-distillation to forge untraditional, non-derivative, pure pot-distilled American apple and grape brandies and absinthe that are non-chill filtered with no added sugar, colors, flavors or synthetic chemicals.

Copper & Kings American Brandies were launched in June 2014 and these additional areas take the line to 20 total markets. It includes: Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Washington D.C. and Wisconsin.

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