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HPNOTIQ is the fourth best-selling fruit liqueur in the United States, according to Adams Beverage Media.
 
HPNOTIQ is the fourth best-selling fruit liqueur in the United States, according to Adams Beverage Media.
 
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[[File:Hpnotiq.jpg|thumb|left|Different sized Hpnotiq bottles]]
 
HPNOTIQ was created by Raphael Yakoby, a college dropout living with his parents in Long Island, New York, who, after seeing a blue perfume at Bloomingdale's, decided to create the first blue liqueur. Within a year, it was a popular drink in New York night clubs.
 
HPNOTIQ was created by Raphael Yakoby, a college dropout living with his parents in Long Island, New York, who, after seeing a blue perfume at Bloomingdale's, decided to create the first blue liqueur. Within a year, it was a popular drink in New York night clubs.
   

Latest revision as of 00:59, 29 May 2009

Hpnotiq

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Information
Producer: Heaven Hill
Country: United States
Type: Liqueur
Alcohol by volume: 35 proof
17%ABV
Raw Material:
Processing:
Status:
Standard Glassware


HPNOTIQ is a blue 35 proof (17% ABV) fruit liqueur made from vodka, cognac, and tropical fruit juices. The liqueur are bottled in France. It is available in over 30 countries worldwide. HPNOTIQ is the fourth best-selling fruit liqueur in the United States, according to Adams Beverage Media.

History[]

Different sized Hpnotiq bottles

HPNOTIQ was created by Raphael Yakoby, a college dropout living with his parents in Long Island, New York, who, after seeing a blue perfume at Bloomingdale's, decided to create the first blue liqueur. Within a year, it was a popular drink in New York night clubs.

The brand was originally distributed by Wingard Inc. of Great Neck, New York; in January 2003, Yakoby's trademark and the distribution rights were acquired by Heaven Hill Distilleries. The brand earned Yakoby a reported $50 million.