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Star Trek spirits line gets new addition

Ten-Forward Vodka has been inspired by the lounge onboard the U.S.S Starship Enterprise-D.

The Star Treks spirit line is continuing to expand, with Ten-Forward Vodka set to touch down from Silver Screen Bottling.

The vodka – which has been inspired by the lounge onboard the U.S.S Starship Enterprise-D from Star Trek: The Next Generation – will join the previously announced James T Kirk Straight Bourbon Whiskey in the line-up.

In addition, it will also travel into space before it is blended into the stocks of the premium spirit, meaning that each bottle will contain ‘out of this world’ vodka.

Silver Screen Bottling – which has created the vodka under licence by CBS Consumer Products – believes that this will provide further authenticity and create additional demand.

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