Booze Banter

A Review of Square One Organic Sparkling Vodka Cocktails

There is no shortage of canned adult beverage options. Whether you like beer, hard cider, wine, hard seltzer, or cocktails, there’s a canned adult beverage out there to please just about anyone. While our preferred choice is Craft Beer, we’re never opposed to trying something different, so when the fine folks at PeetCom Inc. reached out about a new series of canned cocktail that will hit the shelves this summer, we didn’t hesitate to ask for some samples.

The canned cocktails that are the subject of today’s video were created by Square One Organic Spirits of Charlottesville, Virginia. Here’s what they have to say about their new product line:

Square One Organic Cocktails have been carefully crafted from the purest ingredients. Square One Organic Cocktails use all organic ingredients: vodka, real juice, botanical extracts and no artificial preservatives, creating a much better cocktail experience than other canned cocktails that use a simple, and often artificial, flavoring.

Our consumer wants a light but complex tasting cocktail, not a hard seltzer with one flavor, and certainly not a flimsy diet version of an original,” said Evanow. “Our unique cocktails feature beautiful packaging and clever names – a craft cocktail experience with less alcohol but more flavor. Convenience doesn’t have to be boring.”

The Square One Organic Cocktail RTD portfolio includes:

      • Pear of Roses: Organic vodka, pear, rose, lavender, rosemary, lemon
      • Basil Berry Fizz: Organic vodka, basil, strawberry, lemon
      • Mediterranean Pearl: Organic vodka, bergamot, orange, pomegranate, coriander, star anise, lime
      • Cucumber Therapy: Organic Vodka, cucumber, rose, ginger, lime

Square One Organic Cocktails are USDA Certified Organic and heat pasteurized. They are lightly carbonated, ABV of 7.5% and are available in a pack of 4-12-ounce cans with a suggested retail price of $19.99.

While there are four cocktails mentioned up above, we received only three of them (the Cucumber Therapy was missing). To find out if these grown-up fizzy drinks were any good, click the play button on the following video:

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Many thanks to PeetCom Inc. for sending us these very generous samples!

2 replies »

  1. The Pear of Roses tasted like soap, one of the worst things I’ve ever had the displeasure of drinking. Overall, 10/10 would recommend


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