Inspired by picnics in the fertile valleys of the Pacific Northwest and dreams of sun-drenched Mediterranean coastlines.
Tasting notes: Bitter orange, tarragon, and lavender combine for citrus, herbaceous, and foral notes. Bright, tangy, and lush with a long-lasting finish.
How Does It Taste?
Citrus | Herbaceous | Floral
Seville orange, tarragon, and lavender combine for a tangy and fresh spirit with bright citrus notes and an herbaceous finish.
Raw botanicals in Lustre are gently vacuum distilled, drawing out their true forms.
Harvested in arid, sunny climates around the Mediterranean, bitter orange is fresh and floral with acidic undertones.
A classic ingredient in French cuisine, tarragon leaf boasts garden-fresh, bittersweet notes reminiscent of basil and licorice.
Famous for its relaxing qualities, lavender’s aromatic and sweet notes lend pleasant woody and subtly floral tones that complement citrusy compositions.
Mixes Well With
Tonic water, coconut water, iced tea, fresh citrus juice, berry juices, pineapple juice
A Simple and Delicious Suggestion
Add 2 oz Lustre to a Collins glass filled with ice. Top with 3 oz tonic water and garnish with an orange wheel.