An elevated non-alcoholic drink from the Caribbean, to Brooklyn, to you... Welcome!
It’s an honor to share this deliciously complex drink I grew up with in East Flatbush, Brooklyn aka “Little Caribbean” with you. Sorrel is a traditional hibiscus-spiced Caribbean drink with a rich African history linked to West African drinks like Zobo and Bissap. This celebratory drink's recipe has been preserved for centuries through my family. On some Islands sorrel is enjoyed exclusively during the holiday seasons when the sorrel (hibiscus-roselle flower) is in bloom. I grew up enjoying this drink year-round.
In 2015 I decided to revive our Sorrel tradition and elevate this traditional non-alcoholic exotic drink by allowing it to age and gain complexity naturally.
As a non-drinker, this rich and complex mocktail drink has became an exciting part of how I and many others socialize. We look forward to you experiencing non-alcoholic drinks on a higher level! Get started here
what customers are saying
I opened mine yesterday. For medical reasons, I haven't had wine in 10 years. This tastes BETTER than I remembered wine ever tasting!
Evelyn R. Cooke @_evcooks
Listen, I need to figure out how to get this on tap at my house! NOBODY makes Sorrel like this brand and the packaging is perfect for gifts as well as dinner parties. THANK YOU for making such an elevated NON-ALCOHOLIC option
I love it!!!! I didn't know about sorrel before but after I tried it for the first time it quickly became a staple for any celebration or family event.
Love Brooklyn Brewed Sorrel! It's an excellent beverage for any occasion that certainly get's the people talking! Many ways to have, my fave is chilled with a spritz of lemon or lime.
This drink is amazing! Just a great addition to any dinner party or just something to wind down to at night, delicious!
My wife absolutely loves this. I'll be in trouble not to get a bottle.
Amazingly Authentic and homemade tasting. I love this during the holidays or in the evening when hosting guests. Its always a conversation starter.
I had mine shipped all the way to the Netherlands. That says it all I guess :)
Each sip of this incredible traditional brew is a journey: The beginning is sweet and rich, the finale a complex and pleasant spice. And the two are bridged together with a gingery bliss