Kendall Jenner launches Drink 818 tequila brand as newly-single sister Kim Kardashian says 'shots all day!'

KENDALL Jenner has launched her own tequila brand, revealing that she has already won world competitions with the drink.

Drink 818 has been a journey of almost "four years" for the supermodel, who revealed that it will be "coming soon" to everyone.

"For almost 4 years I’ve been on a journey to create the best tasting tequila," Kendall shared.

"After dozens of blind taste tests, trips to our distillery, entering into world tasting competitions anonymously and WINNING… 3.5 years later I think we’ve done it!"

Kendall concluded: "This is all we’ve been drinking for the last year and I can’t wait for everyone else to get their hands on this to enjoy it as much as we do!"

Alongside her post she shared pictures of her pals drinking the brand on nights in, as well as her blind taste tests.

818 is thelocal area code for the San Fernando Valley, where Calabasas, the neighbourhood Kendall grew up in, is located.

Kendall's family were quick to share their support withmom Kris Jenner writing: "Kenny! I am so so proud of you and the years of work and love you’ve put in to @drink818!!"

Younger sister Kylie also commented, writing that she had "seen all the hard work and love you've put into 818."

"And you did it.. the best tequila!" she added, "proud of you."

Older sister Kim Kardashian joked: "Tequila shots all day!"

Kim's post come after trusted sources confirmed that Kim and husband Kanye West were set to officially split after six years of marriage, with one insider reporting that Kim and Kanye have "NO contact." 

The SKIMS founder then chose to spend Valentine's Day with her sister and her four children – North, seven, Saint, five, Chicago, three, and Psalm, one. 

Last week, it was reported that Kim has already started building her own life away from her soon-to-be ex Kanye, 43, ahead of their "divorce."

The pair are yet to publicly confirm their split despite speculation they have called it quits.

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