It’s a classic Vermont store with a large sign in English.
If you look closely, you’ll see the name “Japans Liquor” above the glass display case.
But this is the second store this year that the Vermouth Family-owned family has opened, after opening in July of 2016 in a warehouse space next to a Japanese grocery store.
The new store is located at the corner of State Street and North Boulevard, and will be the third Vermouth store since it opened, joining a new store in 2017.
The company has also been adding new locations in and around New Orleans, with two in the French Quarter and a new location in the city’s Old City.
The store will be located at 617 N. State Street, in the heart of the city.
The Vermouth family has been opening new liquor stores in Louisiana for a few years now, but this year they opened in New Orleans’ Old City, and they’re expanding to other parts of the state.
According to a press release, the Vermonsons opened the new store at 613 N. Street, with a sign that reads “Liquor and Grocery Store.”
The store is scheduled to open in August and is expected to be fully operational by early 2019.
The new Vermouth liquor store is just the latest of many new liquor brands to open this year in Louisiana.
New Orleans is currently home to several new and established brands including the Pappy Van Winkle brand, as well as new brands that include Japans, Laphroaig, and Old Bay.
New Orleans’ liquor stores also include more than 100 craft and specialty brands, as it continues to expand into new markets.