First brought to America by Frank Meyer around 1910, his namesake fruit, the Meyer lemon, is a hybrid between a traditional lemon and a mandarin orange. In The Seymour, its flavor provides a burst of freshness, as do the citrusy notes of bergamot. Chamomile lends its light, floral taste to the mix, while rich vanilla is ready to complement the warm caramel of fine rum. Made in the U.S.A.
Step 1. Freeze a box of The Seymour.
Step 2. Drop a frozen cube and drop it into a glass of liquor or seltzer.
Step 3. Give your drink a shake or a stir and enjoy your Meyer lemon daiquiri.
NET WT. 10.14 fl oz (300mL) | Each – 0.85 fl oz (25mL)
The Story of Seymour Seymour was a beach bum, almost before there was such a thing. Having been born to a wealthy family, he dashed off and joined the war as a sailor before his father could say no. He surfed longboards in Hawaii, loved skin diving the coral off Curacao, and brought the “Daiquiri” back to Herb and Lou after catching marlin in Cuba. A dashing, vibrant fellow, Seymour’s blue eyes never sparkled so bright as when he had his toes in the sand and a cocktail within reach.
Tasting Notes First brought from China to America by Frank Meyer about 1910, his namesake the Meyer lemon is a hybrid between a lemon and a mandarin orange. Less acidic than a traditional lemon, the Meyer lemon provides a burst of fresh lemon and pairs well with the bergamot to round out the sweet citrus flavor in Herb & Lou’s version of the classic Daiquiri. Chamomile lends its light, airy floral components to the blend to keep things easy while the rich Madagascar Vanilla showcases the warm caramel personality of fine rum. If there’s a more delicious, refined tropical cocktail out there, we haven’t found it.
Ingredients Filtered Water, Invert Sugar, Crystalline Fructose, Blood Orange Juice Concentrate, Natural Flavors (Ginger Root Extractives, Oil of Orange), Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate & Potassium Sorbate (as Preservatives).