You're not really famous unless you have your own booze...




1) George Clooney's Casamigos Tequila

Back when he was the world's most eligible batchelor ™ George spent his evenings knocking back the tequila with two of his most down to earth pals – property squillionaire Mike Meldman and Rande Gerber, husband of Cindy Crawford.

Just like any other bunch of average Joes one evening they decided to create their own version and Casamigos ("House of Friends") was born.


2) Danny DeVito's Limoncello

Curiously this one's got a scratch and sniff label and, more curious still, its own song: "Danny DeVito's Limoncello, it's a taste delight from this famous fellow/It's so very nice, perfect served cold on ice, The finest summer drink from Italy..."

Words fail us.




3) Brangelina's Miraval Provence wines

Not content with being Hollywood stars, parenting a zillion children and saving the world, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are also make (well, own) what is said to be the best rosé in the world.

Seriously guys, talk about making us feel like under achievers.


4) Justin Timberlake's Sauza 901 tequila

It's funny to think that Timberlake was once just another boyband member trotting out some ballads by day and cosying up with Britney Spears of an evening. It's amazing what caressing Kylie's bottom during the Brit Awards and causing Janet Jackson's "wardrobe malfunction" at the Super Bowl can do for your image, though.

And, if you are going for the bad-boy look, what better drink to launch than your own tequila?



5) David Beckham's Haig Club whisky

Controversy swirled around the launch of Golden Ball's foray into the world of whisky back in 2014, with Alcohol Concern concerned that Beckham's involvement would give the spirit appeal to younger drinkers.

Frankly, if Alcohol Concern thinks the presence of a 41-year-old father of four can make a grain whisky in a perfume bottle costing £45 a pop appeal to under 18s, I want some of what they're on.


6) Dan Aykroyd's Crystal head Vodka

It's an additive free vodka that's been quadruple distilled, filtered through crystals and comes in a skull shaped bottle but, before you scoff, it's actually a pretty good vodka, winning over 10 awards.

So if you need a decent vodka, who you gonna call?





7) Ian Botham's Botham Merrill Willis wines

The story is that Australian winemaker Geoff Merrill overheard a conversation between Sir Beefy and his mate the fast bowler Bob Willis in which the pair likened Aussie beer to "weasel's piss" and so invited them to try the wines instead.

They were bowled over (sorry), so much so they decided to create their own range and, in 2001, the wines hit UK shelves for six (sorry, again).


8) Hanson Brothers' Mmmhops Beer

While there's been no shortage of celebrities being asked to co-create beers with breweries (hello Iron Maiden) very few have put their own hard earned cash behind such a thing. Apart from, that is, Hanson, of the 1997 earworm, MMMBop.

The brothers launched their flagship beer in 2013, a full-bodied pale ale called, yes you guessed it, Mmmhops.


RonDeJeremyRum9) Ron de Jeremy Rum

The three "adult rums" in this range from, The Hedgehog, are variously described as "seductive," "long and smooth," and leaving you "begging for more."

All of which makes you glad he didn't take the easy cheesy way out and use his career as an star of quality movies to promote his liquor, doesn't it?


10) Francis Ford Coppola's Francis Coppola Wines

Some slebs might be in the booze game to make a quick buck but no one could accuse The Godfather director of such a move – winemaking has been in his family for generations and he's been at it himself since 1975.

As well as wines he also has his own brand of pasta sauce and pasta, but no horse's heads.


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