Peach Cosmopolitan with Benedictine-Inspired Herbs & Artisanal Bitters

The first vodka-based cocktail to thrive in the United States was the Gypsy Queen, with its heyday in the 1930s at the storied Russian Tea Room in Manhattan,. The drink included Benedictine, a liquor made of herbs, roots and sugar. We used Benedictine as inspiration when crafting the Clyde. In our take, we add a touch of peach, handcrafted bitters and a slight citrus zest. All you need to travel back to old-time NYC is one cube and your favorite vodka. Made in the U.S.A.

Step 1. Freeze a box of The Clyde.

Step 2. Drop a frozen cube into a glass filled with a shot (1.5 oz) of liquor or seltzer.

Step 3. Give your drink a shake or a stir and enjoy your Peach Cosmopolitan with Benedictine-Inspired Herbs & Artisanal Bitters.

NET WT. 0.85 fl oz (25mL) per cube

Herb and Lou's The Clyde Infused Cubes