Hibiscus & Rose Cocktail Mix
Hibiscus flower and rose petals with spices. Tastes like fresh fruit, Turkish rose, and peak-season citrus. Makes Sangria, Mimosas, and summer cocktails.
Pure Filtered Water, Cane Sugar, Lime Juice, Lemon Juice, Hibiscus Petals, Rose Petals, Rose Bitters (Alcohol, Rose Petals, Rose Oil), Citric Acid.
Instructions — Sangria, Mimosa, Mocktail
Sangria: Combine 1 oz Hibiscus & Rose Cocktail Mix with 4 oz Dry Red Wine and 0.5 oz Fresh Lime Juice. Add as much fresh cut fruit as you'd like (optional). Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker on ice. Shake and open pour into a chilled wine glass.
Mimosa: Add 3/4oz of mixer to 5oz of champagne or a sparkling wine of your choice.
Summer Spritz: Pour 1 oz mix into 4 oz prosecco or sparkling wine.
Wild Hibiscus Sour: In a cocktail shaker with ice, combine 1 oz mix and 1 egg white and dry shake until frothy. Add 2 oz rye whiskey, 1/2 oz lemon juice, and ice and shake for 60 seconds. Strain into a glass.
Mocktail: Pour 1 oz mix into club soda and garnish with a lime.
Made to order
Making these cocktails the right way takes time, attention and effort. They simply can't be mass-produced at this quality.
That's why the first batch of cocktails will be mixed-to-order in Paso Robles, CA. Think of it like ordering from your favorite bartended — only now, the bar has moved to your kitchen.
Mixed in Paso Robles, CA
Our cocktails are mixed by hand, in California's wine country, by husband-wife duo Lauren and Brandon.
They spent three years traveling the world, trying the world's best bars and cocktails — from Bourbon in Kentucky to Aquavit in Denmark, they sampled anything and everything they could find.
From the very first batch, their cocktails have been focused on locally sourced, entirely natural ingredients, simply because the best cocktails require the best ingredients.
Sold at cost
Our Hibiscus & Rose cocktail mix costs $17 to make and deliver. So that's how much we sell it for.
A sangria or mimosa at brunch sells for $13 a glass. Our mix is $17 and makes 21 glasses of mimosa.