We are on a mad search for what is sure to become, if it hasn't already been unofficially named, Idaho's favorite lemonade. Have you spotted this in stores yet?

 

If you're a connoisseur of the finer things, like a locally crafted Idaho potato vodka, perhaps you're familiar with 44 North Vodka.  While Tito's outsells any other liquor in the State of Idaho, a true local like myself will know and appreciate how much better a potato vodka really is. Sorry to throw shade, Tito's, there's just a fundamental difference here in the State of Idaho. Known best for their line of Vodka, which use all-natural Idaho Mountain Huckleberries, Rainier Cherries, and Sunnyslope Nectarines-- a new product has hit store shelves from 44 North that we're dying to try. At least, we heard that it is in stores now...ALLEGEDLY.

No, you don't need to go to a liquor store for this refreshing drink concept--44 North's new bottled "Mountain Huckleberry Lemonade" is being bottled and sold at local grocery stores, if you can find it.

 

They teased us all with the bottling, pictured and captured above via Instagram but now we keep hearing it is in stores, yet we can't find it.

Have you been able to track down this "liquid gold" yet?  I finally spotted a display in-store, but needless to say it was empty and the good stuff had been bought up.

Perhaps this "first world problem" speaks volumes for how much Idahoan's are loving this Idaho made product. We're here for it, 44 North. We're just getting a little salty that it seems to be sold out everywhere we look .

Does anyone have any pro-tips, here!?

 

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