— Cointaures Liqueurs, a bourbon and liqueure created in 2013 by Jack Daniels and sold exclusively to the Kentucky-based bourbon distillery Coachella, has returned to the Canadian beer and spirits market.
The Kentucky-bred liqueurs will be available in LCBO stores and in select craft beer bars starting this weekend.
It’s the first time Cointres liqueures have been available in the United States since 2011, when Coachellas original bourbon was launched.
Cointreau began selling its bourbon in Kentucky in 2013 and was the first distillery to open in North America, according to the Coacheller’s website.
It was sold by Coachellers parent company, Jack Daniels, to Jack & Jones Co. in 2011.
Coachels original bourbon has been available on LCBO shelves in Canada since 2011.
It’s the fourth time the liqueured spirits have returned to U.S. stores, following Coachelers Bourbon Reserve and Coachelli’s Reserve bourbon, which was released in the U.K. in 2013.