Haus Releases Strawberry Basil Flavor: Juicy, Herbal, and Fresh Apéritif Flavor!

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Haus launched a new aperitif flavor – Strawberry Basil! Made with strawberries, three varieties of basil, and jasmine – a juicy, herbal, and fresh Apéritif flavor that truly tastes like the season!. Haus aperitifs are Katherine Heigl-approved!

This seasonal aperitif is a way to savor summer, with ripe strawberry, basil, and jasmine.

Juicy and herbal, this seasonal aperitif is made for savoring summer, with notes of strawberry, basil, and jasmine. Enjoy it on the rocks or with a splash of tonic or gin.

About Haus Strawberry Basil ingredients:

  • Strawberry There’s nothing like the taste of a perfectly ripe strawberry. Ours are grown in the mountains of Oregon and bring a candy-like flavor and aroma to every sip.
  • Jasmine Pearl Tea Hand picked from old growth tea trees in Anhui, China, our Emperor’s Jasmine Pearl Tea is truly unique. Dried green tea pearls are scented with jasmine blooms a total of 11 times to ensure that every pearl has absorbed the delicate jasmine scent. This tea leaves behind a smooth, honey-like taste.
  • Pure Strawberry Juice A blend of fresh strawberry varieties helps to enhance the flavor’s sweet, fruity profile.
  • Berry Meritage Tea This tea is a fruit-forward blend of hibiscus, blackcurrant, redcurrant, rosehip, and grape raisin. Made from the finest mountain berries, it’s the perfect balance of sweet, tart, and smooth.
  • Woodruff This herbaceous perennial is known for its vanilla-like aroma. The dried leaves and flowers, which come from Croatia, add a layer of earthy sweetness to our blend while complimenting the complex basil flavor.
  • Krishna Holy Basil Cultivated in India, Krishna holy basil is known for its crisp, peppery taste. Most often enjoyed as tulsi tea, this aromatic herb has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine. It adds a fresh, herbal note to every sip.
  • Sweet Basil The most common of the basil varieties, sweet basil is best known for its culinary uses, especially in Italian cuisine. Sourced in Egypt, it is equal parts sweet, herbaceous, and savory.
  • Vana Holy Basil Grown in the Himalayas and the plains of India, this wild basil is another important component of tulsi tea. Known for its fragrance, it brings a clove-like aroma and fresh sweetness to our blend.
  • Fresh Thai Basil Consider this sweet basil’s spicier sibling. Aromatic and peppery with a hint of mint flavor, ours is grown in California and Mexico. Genovese Basil A variety of sweet basil with large, dark green leaves, this aromatic herb gives this flavor a layer of minty freshness.
  • Litchi Noir Tea Grown high in the mountains in Anhui, China, this black tea is made with rose petals and fresh lychee fruit. It gives the blend a bright, floral sweetness.
  • Organic Blue Agave Syrup This organic, natural sweetener is derived from the core of the Blue Agave plant, the same plant that is used to make tequila.
  • Raw Cane Sugar Unlike those European liqueurs, we don’t use too much — and that’s how we like it. With more impurities than refined sugar for a more natural taste, and a slight molasses aroma.
  • Grape Brandy Grape brandy, distilled in Sonoma County, extracts all the herbs and botanicals you taste.
  • Chardonnay Grapes The foundation of every bottle. We started with grapes from the Grist Vineyard in Sonoma County, and now we source from other farmers we trust. This isn’t like your mom’s chardonnay — it’s unoaked for a clean, fruity palate.

Haus also offers other aperitif flavors – some of the most popular flavors for Summer are Citrus Flower ($35) and Grapefruit Jalapeño ($35).

About Haus:

Haus offers a monthly membership that gives you access to exclusive aperitif flavors, product discounts, free shipping, and members-only gatherings. All their aperitifs are made in Sonoma County, California.

What are aperitifs?

Apéritifs are complex in flavor, lower in alcohol, and ideal to sip all evening. We make ours with only real ingredients, so there’s no wrong choice.

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