Whatever the reason, 5G-themed gin is now something around the world, thanks to T-Mobile. On the surface, “Ultra Capacity 5Gin” exists to celebrate a milestone for T-Mobile: covering 300 million people with its 5G low-band extended range network and 150 million covered by its best midrange ultra capacity 5G network.
But maybe it’s just because the company saw Ryan Reynolds having fun selling gin * and taking advantage of wireless business ownership and thought, “Let’s go. . Or maybe, as the Mariners received another hit, some marketers spent a night at old T-Mobile Park drowned their grief in too many $ 20 G&T and took to reflect.
The corporate-branded gin no one asked for is produced by Heritage Distilling, the Northwest’s preferred supplier of Seahawk-themed flavored vodkas and whiskey. There’s also an alcohol-free option: Extended Range Ginger Beer 5, made by Jones Soda.
If that sounds appealing and your home bar would benefit from a gin with “accessible pine notes” and a label with a strong magenta mark, then you can order a bottle for $ 30 starting tomorrow. Ginger beer will also go on sale tomorrow at $ 10 for a six-pack. Just do us a favor if you order one: maybe pay one for that fourth wireless carrier T-Mobile was supposed to help set up after the Sprint merger?
* Techniquement, Ryan Reynolds sold his gin company for $ 610 million last August. Spiritually, he is still as a co-owner.