Pharrell Launches Liqueur For Working Women

d a liqueur for working women, according to Paste.

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N.E.R.D. frontman Pharrell is releasing Qream, which he says was "created for contemporary women who work hard and want to relax with friends at the end of the day."

One of the aspects of Qream that ladies will like the best is that it reportedly has less calories than a glass of red wine. Plus, they will have options since the drink comes in peach and strawberry flavors.

Pharrell has partnered with Diageo, a company that also represents Jose Cuervo, Crown Royal, Captain Morgan, and Guinness, among others.

The drink is set to launch at the end of July.

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