The Main Ingredient

The main ingredient. ​​​​​​​​
The drink “Sorrel” happens to be named after the main ingredient- this beautiful red flower that looks more like a rose 🌹 when whole and is actually a member of the hibiscus family.​​​​​​​​
This flower packs a big punch, creates such a rich color and taste and is full of antioxidants. We brew it with several other ingredients including ginger, cloves, cinnamon, allspice, bay leaves, and orange peel, bottle, and age our drink to give it a rich and complex taste.​​​​​​​​
This tradition has long-standing roots in the Caribbean and you can find different twists from Island to Island. Ours is a cross between the Trinidadian and Jamaican styles. Nice and smooth like a Trini and with a spicy ginger edge Jamaicans can’t do without. ​​​​​​​​
Never miss a toast with our authentic nonalcoholic Caribbean mocktail!
Place your order now and be transported to the Caribbean with our nonalcoholic hibiscus spiced with 400-year Caribbean Heritage.

"I ordered a large bottle just to give it a try. Needless to say, it was gone in a matter of days... and I didn't share with anyone! I placed another order, this time for several bottles so now I don't have to worry about running out. Love it!

Darlene E.

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1 comment

  • Hello Brooklyn Brewed Sorrell,
    I received my BBS order. The Mocktail was quite pleasant. I was a bit surprised at first, it did not taste like our Christmas Sorrell. But then I realized it wasn’t supposed to. It is a party drink. I continued to drink and found it delightful.
    I shared it with my sister. She thought it was very good. We decided that it is a beverage we would use for family gatherings and other fetes.
    CONGRATULATIONS on a WONDERFUL beverage. Continued success in the sale and distribution of Brooklyn Brewed Sorrell.

    Elizabeth V. Kane

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