Jack Daniels #1 Liquor Sold In Ohio Last Year


UPDATED: Thursday January 23, 2014 4:25 PM

The Ohio Department of Commerce says residents bought a record level of liquor in the state during 2013.

Liquor sales totaled $898 million in 2013. That was a 5.8 percent increase over the year before.

“Ohioans continue to trade up buying more of the premium products as consumer tastes become more sophisticated,” said Bruce Stevenson, Superintendent of the Division.  “Quality customer service and better inventory management are the main ingredients that resulted in record dollar sales without encouraging increased consumption.”

Here's a list of the top selling brands, according to the state.
 
1. Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey – 351,125 gallons
2. Kamchatka Vodka – 294,168 gallons
3. Crown Royal Canadian Whiskey – 286,451 gallons
4. Captain Morgan Spiced Rum – 283,000 gallons
5. Absolut Vodka – 277,729 gallons
6. Bacardi Superior Light Rum – 276,365 gallons
7. Smirnoff Vodka – 266,801 gallons
8. Jagermeister – 247,078 gallons
9. Black Velvet Canadian Whiskey – 230,164 gallons
10. Korski Vodka – 222,357 gallons
 

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