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What if serving drinks for the holidays was easy?

 

 For me growing up going to events and parties was a bit intimidating. The word mocktail was hardly a concept. There were lots of alcoholic drinks flowing as a sign of celebration and adulthood and I was left with…. Ginger Ale! Embarrassing! Also, I didn’t feel included and I didn’t like standing out as a non-drinker.
 
Lots of people feel the same way as me. Many of you are privately abstaining and struggling on your sobriety path. Some choose to for health reasons, religious or spiritual. Either way, you all deserve to be served at holiday gatherings and special celebrations on the highest level. 

So from a recipe passed down by my father, I created Brooklyn Brewed Sorrel - a premium non-alcoholic (mocktail) hibiscus-spiced, brewed, and aged beverage with an over 400-year Caribbean & African heritage. It's neither simple like juice nor intoxicating like alcohol. Still, something complex, labored over, esteemed, coveted, beloved, and preserved over the course of centuries by keepers of the culture who enjoyed sharing great drinks. 

Make serving holiday drinks easy by expanding your mocktail selection! Hurry and place your order of Brooklyn Brewed Sorrel today to get it in time for your Christmas, Kwanzaa and New Year feast!

 

 

Never miss a toast with our authentic nonalcoholic Caribbean mocktail!

"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.

" I placed my order and it was received in two days, along with a thank you email. Great customer service and an amazing product. Congratulations and praying for your continued success. Keep up the great work.

Michelle A.


 
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