1. Aaron Paul And Bryan Cranston Debut New Mezcal, Dos Hombres
Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston, the critically-acclaimed “Breaking Bad” actors, are working together again. But this time, it’s a mezcal company called Dos Hombres.
Dos Hombres is the product of multiple generations of proud Mezcal producers from the small village of San Luis del Rio, in a remote section of Oaxaca. With the blessing of the rich soil and adequate rainfall, the best agaves in the world are cultivated.
2. Ryan Reynolds Bought a Stake In Aviation Gin, Cashes In On Celebrity Liquor Rush
In 2017 Ryan Reynolds got in on the celebrity liquor game, buying a stake in craft distiller Aviation Gin.
Reynolds was the world’s 15th highest-paid actor back in 2017, and perhaps the first celebrity to invest in a gin company (rather than vodka or tequila). No one will go on record as what percentage of Aviation Gin he acquired or the sale price. But he’s considered a “significant owner.”
3. Dan Aykroyd Launched His Vodka Brand, Crystal Head in 2007
In 2007, together with artist John Alexander, Dan Aykroyd launched Crystal Head, a pure vodka free of additives, glycerol, citrus oil, or sugars encased in a crystal skull (designed from an actual human skull) said to symbolize life, power, and enlightenment. In their first decade of business, they sold close to approximately 20 million bottles worldwide.
4. George Clooney, British multinational alcoholic beverages
George Clooney was the highest-paid actor in the world, having earned $239 million between June 1, 2017, and June 1, 2018. According to Forbes, Clooney made roughly twice as much as Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, the second-highest-paid actor, during this time period.
In June of 2017, Clooney’s tequila company, Casamigos, announced that Diageo—British multinational alcoholic beverages company— had agreed to pay close to $1 billion for the brand.
5. Danny Devito Limoncello
It’s in all likelihood safe to mention Danny DeVito is the only Hollywood movie star with a limoncello emblem, which he released in 2007, now not lengthy after a tipsy look on US daylight hours television that he attributed to a few too many glasses of the candy Italian liqueur. DeVito’s top-class Limoncello is made in Italy, from Sorrento lemons grown on the Amalfi coast.