'Predator' Now Has Its Own Whiskey

Named after Arnold Schwarzenegger’s character.

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Following the release of Shane Black’s The Predator, Silver Screen Bottling Company and Fox have come together to launch a Whiskey inspired by the 1987 Predator film. Dutch Bourbon Whiskey is a direct reference to Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s Major Dutch Schaefer from the original film.

The drink has “full-bodied flavor” with “hints of vanilla, coconut, and bergamot,” according to the beverage’s press release. The label of the bottle showcases a military helicopter in the crosshairs of a Predator’s camouflage, this is also a reference to the tagline featured below, which reads the famous line “get to the chopper.”

Grab a bottle of Dutch Bourbon Whiskey for presale at $34.99 USD and check out the new Predator animated Christmas short.

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