The company's press release stated that "the campaign includes a large scale consumer and trade advertising and outdoor campaign." This makes me wonder why, even if the campaign is new to Michigan, I couldn't find one image from the campaign on the internet.
Either way, something about the slogan didn't sit right with me.
I get the portmanteau of flavor + favorite; that doesn't bother me, though it is nothing spectacular. So, it must be something to do with the adverb always or the possessive determiner your.
I will start with the possessive determiner your. Flavored or not, I have never had Burnett's vodka so nothing about it has to do with me. The same idea applies to the adverb always. Having never had Burnett's, it could not always be anything to me. Even if I had had the vodka, the history on Heaven Hill's website indicates that they did not launch Burnett's Vodka until 1991. I was of the legal drinking age before then and I have always preferred Absolut or Stoli (both of which have long made flavored vodkas).
Off the top of my head, I came up with a couple of alternatives (mind you, I have not done any trademark research).
Retaining the deictic nature of the message but adding an appropriately suggestive spin -
Your New FlavoriteAnd another playful, idiom-based suggestion -
Which can easily incorporate a positive reminder -
And Play Safe; Don't Drink and Drive.