From Bone Daddy’s Gourmet Cocktail Mixes
The rich taste of Dr Swami’s Grenadine Syrup is made with the unique taste of pomegranate flavor, and its sweetened for ultimate mixability into your favorite spirits and cocktails. Dr Swami’s Grenadine Syrup is also a perfect accent for non-alcoholic beverages to add a splash of color and flavor. Enjoy!
AVAILABILITY: 12/1L Case Pack
Dr Swami Grenadine Syrup
About Dr Swami & Bone Daddy’s
Dr. Swami and Bone Daddy’s is riding high in a category that lacked distinction until the arrival of their gourmet cocktail mixers that are out-tasting and outselling everything within their Northern California distribution. The Los Gatos, CA-based company was founded in 2001 by Dwight Perkins, a former sports merchandise retailer with first-hand experience in fueling the passion of brand loyal fans. Armed with a recipe for a Bloody Mary mix that inspired many tailgate parties, Perkins developed a winning all-natural product that caught the attention of Southern Wine & Spirits’ Stephen Burrows who in turn put Dr. Swami & Bone Daddy’s on the map.
Perkins, who is company President and the brand’s “Bone Daddy,” next identified a neglected niche in the margarita mix category: A shelf-stable gourmet product with an authentic, fresh taste that is free of the harsh chemical burn that defines the majority of generic mixers. He speaks to taste as the key differentiator for his products and has established a solid foothold with retail accounts. He is rapidly growing the company’s on premise business with taste-offs that pit Dr. Swami & Bone Daddy’s mixers against the competition. The company’s mixers are tailored for both the on-premise and retail markets and include the signature Top Shelf Margarita Mix, Bloody Mary, Sweet and Sour. All showcase the purity and character of ultra premium spirits through the use of gourmet ingredients like tree-ripened juices and granulated sugar which impart better body and a cleaner taste to their Margarita mix. The addition of non-alcoholic Triple Sec further increases complexity and improves the margin for operators who choose not to add their own.