It's called Jalapeño Noir https://t.co/R9TtkJslb6— CNN Business (@CNNBusiness) September 19, 2020
Auntie Anne's- Teams up with Samuel Adams for an "Oktoberfest At Home Kit," which includes a do-it-yourself pretzel kit, OctoberFest beer and "themed apparel from steins to hats and lederhosen." $89 at a special website set up by the company.
Cinnabon- Launches it's first-ever frozen breakfast line. With six new sweet and savory items available at major grocers, including Walmart, Safeway and Target.
Taco Bell- Is debuting its own custom wine, Jalapeño Noir, along with its newly released Toasted Cheesy Chalupa. The wine is only available for a limited time in Canada and, won't be available in the United States once the chalupa makes its U.S. debut in November.
Sources; my brother who has a bike, the CNN Business tweet, CNN Business