Haus's Latest Flavor Is the Only Thing You'll Want to Drink This Summer

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Spring has sprung. But cleaning isn't the only thing that should be on your to-do list this season. California-based apéritif brand Haus launched its newest flavor, Grapefruit Jalapeño, and it's the perfect (and tastiest) way to kick off warmer weather.

Grapefruit Jalapeño is a tequila and mezcal lover's dream made with responsibly sourced ingredients including grapefruit, jalapeño, Makrut lime leaf, lemon peel, dried Morita chili peppers, pink peppercorn, and organic blue agave syrup. With only 18% ABV, Grapefruit Jalapeño is a fresh, citrus apéritif with a kick to sip on either on the rocks on its own or with a touch of tequila or mezcal. We actually got a chance to test the flavor out before launch — and it's amazing. It has the same fresh, tasty properties of the brand's bestselling flavors, including Rose Rosé, Spiced Cherry, and Citrus Flower, and, tastes just like a lightened-up spicy margarita. (We're telling you: It's ​perfect​ for warm weather.)

"From the beginning, we built Haus to make products for today's drinker — and that involves building real relationships with our customers to create the products they want," Helena Price Hambrecht, Haus Co-Founder and Co-CEO, said in a statement. "Our newest flavor is no exception, inspired by cocktails we love, input from our community, and fresh, California-grown ingredients."

You can get Grapefruit Jalapeño online starting at $35 for one bottle, $70 for two, and $180 for six. It's available for shipping all over the country (except select states) or same-day delivery in San Francisco and Los Angeles. You can also get the new flavor in The Sampler Kit for $40 or as part of the brand's membership program where you can get a variety Haus's flavors every month.

Grapefruit Jalapeño, $35


Pauline is a freelance lifestyle writer based in Providence, Rhode Island. When she's not writing, you can find her at her local yoga studio or scoping out hidden gems at flea markets and thrift stores.

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