Citrus Flower

Breezy and summery. Made with crisp lemon and subtle elderflower.

750mL, 15% ABV
Haus Citrus & Flower bottle

One for date night, one for poker night For intimate gatherings For the entertainer
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HOW IT GOES DOWN

Crisp, refreshing and a bit playful — our first flavor goes great with club soda, prosecco, or all on its own.

The right balance

A third the alcohol of whiskey, tequila or gin. Enjoy your evening without worrying about tomorrow’s headache.

Forget the bar tab

Shipped to your home, hotel or coworking space — wherever works for you and your crew.

Made with real things

Most wine & spirits you drink? Full of artificial flavors and sweeteners. Haus is only the good stuff.

Ingredients

Every bottle contains real things from our farm, and is blended and bottled on site. Nothing sketchy. Nothing corporate.

And oh yeah — it's got a fraction of the sugar of those other European liqueurs.

Chardonnay Grapes

The foundation of every bottle. We made our first batch using our own chardonnay — now we source the best grapes from growers we love nearby. We like it unoaked for a clean, fruity palate.

Elderflower

No synthetic syrups here. Extracted from tiny white flowers, elderflower berries contain citric acid, which packs lots of flavor — think a delicate mix of sweet and tart. It also gives Haus its golden color.

Lemon

We use juice from fresh lemons because they’re less bitter than their bottled counterpart. They give your tastebuds a wake up call without tipping the balance of our flavors.

Grapefruit

Tart, sweet, and refreshing, grapefruit brings a pop of brightness to Haus’ complex notes.

Hibiscus

Also known as rosemarrow, hibiscus is punchy, floral and a little tart (and high in Vitamin C). Its deep crimson hue gives Haus a little color.

Cinnamon

The dry, curly bark is everyone’s favorite winter spice — but like it in summer, too. All-natural with just enough of a kick to keep it interesting.

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.

OUR RECIPE FRAMEWORK

One part Haus, one part bubbles, squeeze of citrus

Haus is versatile. Experiment with our open framework or try some of our favorite recipes.

Haus Frosé

1 part Haus Rose Rosé

1 part fruit juice

ice

Blend and serve

La Rosa Paloma

1 part Haus Rose Rosé

1 part grapefruit juice

Splash mezcal or tequila

Squeeze lime

Serve on the rocks

Rosé Sangria

2 bottles Haus Rose Rosé

1 cup orange juice

1/2 cup Grand Marnier

1/2 cup lemon juice

Sliced citrus

Mix ingredients in a large punch bowl. Serve on the rocks.

Haus & Tonic

1 Part Haus

1 Part Tonic Water

Serve on the rocks

Haus Punch

1 part Haus

1 part Fruit Juice

1 part Soda Water

Serve on the rocks

Haus Spritz

2 parts Haus

1 part Prosecco

1 part Soda Water

Lemon

Serve on the rocks in a wine glass

La Casa

1 part Haus Citrus Flower

Splash of Mezcal

Squeeze of Lime

Serve blended or on the rocks

Meant to be shared
Available in 3 case sizes

two bottles

One for date night, one for poker night

six bottles

For intimate gatherings

twelve bottles

For the entertainer

two bottles

One for date night, one for poker night

six bottles

For intimate gatherings

twelve bottles

For the entertainer

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HOW IT'S MADE

Haus is crafted by a winemaking family in California

Farm-to-bottle with no middle men.

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