Aristocrat Group Corp (ASCC: OTCQB) | ASCC Joins New Wave of Successful Upstart Vodka Brands

ASCC Joins New Wave of Successful Upstart Vodka Brands

Dec 01, 2015

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Upstart brands have upended the global vodka industry’s status quo in
recent years, with newcomers cutting into sales of more established
vodkas such as Smirnoff and Absolut. By focusing on quality ingredients
and American craftsmanship, the Aristocrat Group Corp. (OTCQB:ASCC)
hopes to replicate the recent success of other domestic brands with its
award-winning Ultra-Premium Handcrafted RWB Vodka.

Texas-based Deep Eddy Vodka made waves across the distilled spirits
industry this month when it was acquired by Heaven Hills Brands of
Kentucky. Since releasing its debut brand in Texas in 2010, Deep Eddy
has grown to distill more than 500,000 nine-liter cases a year today,
according to the Wall Street Journal. After becoming profitable
last year, the fast-growing company accepted the terms of the
acquisition in order to provide a return for its investors.

It’s a plan for success that ASCC has studied well.

“We have made the Texas market a major priority, just as Deep Eddy Vodka
and Tito’s Vodka have done before us,” said ASCC CEO Robert Federowicz.
“It is one of the top vodka markets in North America and still growing.
We’re working hard to increase distribution so that we can one day soon
provide the kind of return for our investors that Deep Eddy has secured
for theirs.”

Vodka remains the largest distilled spirits category by volume in the
U.S. with 66.9 million cases sold last year, according to the Distilled
Spirits Council of the U.S. Made in the USA using Idaho russet potatoes
and mountain spring water, RWB Vodka is the lynchpin of a growing
portfolio of brands marketed and developed by the Aristocrat Group Corp.
as the company works to capitalize on the rising commercial popularity
of the domestic distilled spirits sector. For more information on the
distilled spirit, please visit

About the Aristocrat Group Corp.

The Aristocrat Group Corp. (ASCC) identifies and promotes unique brands
that have mass market appeal across diverse demographics. ASCC’s brand
management includes premium luxury goods, including top-shelf distilled
spirits like RWB Vodka. The Company targeted the growing market for
quality domestic spirits in order to deliver maximum returns to its
shareholders. ASCC, which hopes to capitalize on unprecedented
new brand-building opportunities, is working to build a portfolio of
successful brands to compete in a highly profitable sector alongside
LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton (OTCBB: LVMUY), Diageo PLC (NYSE: DEO),
and Brown-Forman Corp. (NYSE: BF-B).

For more information about the Aristocrat Group Corp., visit

For more information about RWB Vodka, visit




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