Distillery Releases First Line of Gins Blended with All-Natural Juice

Wednesday 21st, February 2018 / 13:59 Written by
Distillery Releases First Line of Gins Blended with All-Natural Juice

Distillery Releases Two Limited Edition Flavors of Southern Style Gin

Seersucker Southern Style Gin, a San Antonio based distillery releases the first line of gins blended with all-natural juice.

Azar Family Brands, distiller of the first and only Southern Style Gin, is adding two limited edition flavors to the brand’s portfolio. The seasonal flavors, Seersucker Southern Style Lemonade and Seersucker Southern Style Limeade, will officially roll out on Thursday, March 1, and be available throughout spring and summer.

“After a year of research and development, we’re proud to be the first brand to offer a gin blended with all-natural juice,” says Trey Azar, Seersucker Founder and Master Distiller. “We practice the same meticulous slow-distillation process with Seersucker Lemonade and Limeade, so imbibers will be able to taste the real citrus juice and all-natural botanicals in each sip.”

Seersucker Southern Style Gin with Juice Offers Unique Flavor Profiles and Easy Mixing

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Distillery Releases Two Limited Edition Flavors of Southern Style Gin

Both Seersucker flavors are inspired by ingredients commonly found in the southern kitchen and are designed to enhance Seersucker’s signature light juniper taste. Seersucker Southern Style Lemonade features all-natural lemon juice and a touch of lavender botanicals to create soft, sweet flavor. Meanwhile, Seersucker Southern Style Limeade is refreshing and bright, blending Seersucker’s light juniper undertones with all-natural lime juice and garden-fresh mint. Each product is available in 50ml, 200ml, 375ml, 750ml and 1.75L.

A true testament to the spirits’ quality, both are best enjoyed with just a splash of soda. Imbibers can also easily mix with one to two ingredients for classic cocktails like a French 75 (Lemonade), a Bee’s Knees (Lemonade), a Southside Rickey (Limeade) or a Gin Gin Mule (Limeade).

A Big Year for Seersucker Southern Style Gin

In addition to Seersucker’s innovative flavor launch, the growing craft spirits brand recently opened its distillery doors to the public. Seersucker Distillery sits on six acres in San Antonio, Texas and features a remodeled 5,000 square-foot distilling and bottling facility, a new tasting room and an expansive outdoor lawn complete with Seersucker-branded furniture, picnic tables and lawn games. The tasting room proudly serves cocktails featuring classic Seersucker and the limited-release Southern Style Lemonade and Limeade.

For more information about Seersucker Southern Style Gin, please visit www.seersuckergin.com.

Seersucker Southern Style Lemonade French 75
Courtesy of Trey Azar| Seersucker Founder & Master Distiller
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Distillery Releases Two Limited Edition Flavors of Southern Style Gin

Ingredients:
2 oz. Seersucker Southern Style Lemonade
Juice of ½ a lemon
4 oz. prosecco
Lemon twist, for garnish
Directions:
1. Add Seersucker Southern Style Lemonade and lemon juice to shaker.
2. Add ice and shake to chill
3. Strain into a champagne flute and top with prosecco.
4. Garnish with a lemon twist and enjoy!
Seersucker Southern Style Limeade Southside
Courtesy of Trey Azar| Seersucker Founder & Master Distiller
distillery releases

Distillery Releases Two Limited Edition Flavors of Southern Style Gin

Ingredients:
2 oz. Seersucker Southern Style Limeade
Juice of ½ a lime
Topo Chico
Mint leaves, for garnish
Directions:
1. Add Seersucker Southern Style Limeade and lime juice to shaker.
2. Add ice and shake to chill.
3. Strain into Collins glass over fresh ice or into a chilled coup glass.
4. Top with a splash of Topo Chico.
5. Garnish with fresh mint.
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