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These Delicious Low Alcohol Apéritifs Offer More Hangouts and Less Hangovers

Haus Apéritifs are complex in flavor, lower in alcohol, and ideal to sip all evening.

Apr 23 by Futurism Creative

If 2020 caused you to drink a lot more than normal, you’re not alone. Last year the average American drank 14-percent more often, with women’s alcohol consumption increasing by 17-percent. And when the pandemic first hit in 2020, online alcohol sales increased by a whopping 339%. Now, after a year of hard-drinking, the sober-curious trend is becoming even more popular with people who are tired of hangovers and alcohols other negative side effects. So if you’ve been considering cutting back on your consumption without having to give up drinking altogether, you need to hear about Haus low alcohol apéritifs.

What Are Apéritifs?

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While newer to the States, apéritifs have been popular in Europe for centuries. They have the flavor complexity of a cocktail but are low enough in alcohol – stronger than wine, lighter than whiskey. Apéritifs are complex in flavor, lower in alcohol, and ideal to sip all evening. And Haus makes some of the best Apéritifs around.

Haus is a new kind of alcohol brand, and they’re doing everything differently – starting with the ingredients. They source the highest quality fruits, herbs, and botanicals from trusted farmers and purveyors who supply Michelin-star restaurants. Then their team blends every bottle in their Sonoma-based warehouse, and ships your bottle of Haus straight to you in packaging made from recycled materials.

Haus: Low Alcohol, Big Flavors

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Haus makes their apéritifs with only real ingredients, and in a variety of flavors, providing something for every palate. Our favorites include the Ginger Yuzu, Spiced Cherry, Lemon Lavender, and Bitter Clove.

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Ginger Yuzu is equal parts bold and fragrant, and puts a modern twist on ginger’s ancient roots. It’s made with yuzu, ginger, Rooibos tea, and lemongrass. It’s delicious on the rocks or with a spritz of tonic. Light and botanical, the Lemon Lavender flavor is a bright blend of lemon peel, lavender, chamomile, and coriander. Enjoy it with sparkling water or a splash of lemonade for a refreshing cocktail at the end of a long day.

Spiced and herbaceous, Bitter Clove was designed as a whiskey-inspired aperitif that will keep you feeling warm all year long. Crafted with ingredients like star anise, clove, and Saigon cinnamon, it’s lovely neat or on the rocks. Likewise, the Spiced Cherry flavor is rich and fruit-forward with just the right amount of flavor. This apéritif boasts deep flavor from cherry, anise seed, fragrant Tellicherry pepper, and cocoa nibs. Sip it on the rocks or mix it with your favorite brown liquor.

Haus Sample Pack

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If you’re keen on trying Haus, but not sure where to start, we recommend The Sampler Kit. This fully customizable kit allows you to sip your way through four of Haus’ magnificent apéritif flavors including Ginger Yuzu, Spiced Cherry, Lemon Lavender, and Bitter Clove. It also allows you to mix and match your favorite Haus flavors or simply try new ones to discover new cocktails to enjoy. Delicious whichever way you mix and match, each 200ml bottle is perfectly sized to make 2-3 drinks, making The Sampler Kit the perfect choice for anyone looking to elevate their drinking experience.

So what are you waiting for? Click here to try The Sampler Kit or any one of Haus’s deliciously flavored apéritifs to change not only how you drink, but the quality of what you drink.

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