TASTES LIKE: BRIGHT RED BERRIES AND HIBISCUS WITH BAKING SPICES AND AN ORANGE TWIST.
This traditional West Indian recipe brings the taste of the Caribbean to your glass. The hibiscus - known as sorrel in the Caribbean - brings red fruit flavors and drying tannins, complemented by cinnamon, ginger, allspice and cloves, and a twist of bright orange. Like a spiced Agua de Jamaica, it's fruity and sweet and perfect on its own or mixed into cocktails.
Sorrel is a favorite of Jessica Alba and Beyoncé and has been featured in publications including Bon Appetit, Epicurious and more.
YOU'LL LOVE THIS IF YOU ENJOY:
HOW TO SERVE:
Over ice with a splash of club soda and squeeze of lime
- Topped with (non or alcoholic) sparkling wine in a Caribbean Royale
ABOUT BROOKLYN BREWED SORREL:
Founder Nzinga Knight grew up with in East Flatbush, Brooklyn aka “Little Caribbean”. As the daughter of Trinidadian and Guyanese immigrant parents Sorrel was always her favorite drink and a West Indian, Caribbean favorite. As a non-drinker this rich and complex mocktail drink became an exciting part of how she socialized. In 2015 she began reviving her family tradition and elevating this non-alcoholic cultural drink by allowing it to age and gain complexity naturally.
Water, sorrel flower (hibiscus roselle), pure cane sugar, brown sugar, ginger, cinnamon, allspice, cloves, bay leaves and orange peel.
0% alcohol by volume.
Contains 83 calories, 19g sugar, 21g carbohydrate per 6 oz serving.
750ml (about 4 servings)