Best Hard Seltzer Servings
As hard seltzer is a new beverage category in the Swiss market, many bars and restaurants are learning how to best serve and enjoy the product.
Sundays hard seltzers contain only three simple and natural ingredients – sparkling water, fermented alcohol, and the highest quality fruit extracts – and can therefore be enjoyed directly from the bottle or over ice with a simple garnish.
Local bartender, Kacper Dylak of Bar Tourist shared his thoughts on simple pairings for each flavor of Sundays hard seltzer. Which one will you choose? Let us know in the comments.
Sundays Cucumber Basil
Serve in a chilled glass with ice and some basil leaves.
Bartender tip: Clap the basil leaves before placing into the drink to release the flavors.
Sundays Mango Passion Fruit
Serve in a chilled glass with ice and an orange zest.
Bartender tip: squeeze the aromatic oils from the orange peel over the finished drink and then put it inside.
Sundays Lime Mint
Serve in a chilled glass with ice and a lime wedge.
Bartender tip: Squeeze the lime wedge and place it inside halfway through pouring the Hard Seltzer into a glass of fresh ice and then fill the top of the glass.
Sundays Grapefruit Bergamot
Serve in a chilled glass with ice and 2-3 sprigs of thyme.
Bartender tip: Clap the thyme sprigs before placing it in the drink to release their flavours.
Sundays Ginger Cardamom
Serve in a chilled glass with ice and a lemon zest.
Bartender tip: Squeeze the aromatic oils from the lemon peel over the top and place it inside.
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So much love for Bar Tourist and his thoughts on serving hard seltzer!