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Celebrities put their names on a number of different products to increase sales, from clothing, to headphones, to alcohol. But not all celebrity cocktail collaborations have been successful. From screen to shelf, here are the top ten celebrity endorsed liquors. Guess which country star invented his rum on a Virgin Island beach.

1. Justin Timberlake

The “Take Back the Night” singer partnered with Sauza Liquors in 2014 to re-launch his own version of the beverage as part of the Sauza franchise. He called his premium tequila Sauza 901. Justin Timberlake’s 901 Tequila is made from weber blue agave and he assures you that “no limes are needed.” The President of Pop’s ode to Memphis has been dubbed by the crooner as “the moment when evening ends and your night begins.”

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2. Dan Aykroyd

Saturday Night Live OG Dan Aykroyd is the founder and co-owner of Crystal Head Vodka, a quadruple-distilled and seven times filtered quality liquor. Aykroyd conceived the idea of Crystal Head in 2007. It launched in Southern California the following year, before becoming available to the rest of the United States in 2009. Crystal Head has skyrocketed in sales, faster than competitors Grey Goose and Belvedere. In 2010, Aykroyd’s native Ontario condemned the booze, claiming the bottle’s signature skull was offensive, but the ban was lifted a year later. Akyroyd reportedly spends three months out of the year promoting his product. Crystal Head was the official vodka of the Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Tour.

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