Check out our frequently asked questions about Sipper!

Yes! When we say all-natural we really mean it. We went to great lengths to find only the best ingredients. From our premium vodka and tequila, to our organic agave nectar and of course our delicious natural flavors, Sippers are truly the whole package!

Great question! Sipper’s are made with vodka distilled from grains. However, an independent lab study found each Sipper cocktail to be under 10ppm (parts per million) of gluten. The FDA requires food and beverage products to be under 20ppm (parts per million) of gluten to be labeled “gluten free.”

You have very good eyes! When we say the product is made with hibiscus, we aren’t talking about some added chemical that gives it flavor and color. No, we are talking about an actual hibiscus flower. The sediment you see at the bottom of the bottle is the result of larger pieces of the flower that are insoluble. It is totally harmless and delicious. All you need to do is give it a shake and the sediment will be no more. But remember, with a Hibiscus-Berry Sipper you can bring a little bit of the tropics with you no matter where you are in the world!

Email us at info at sippercocktails.com with the following information and we will get in touch with you promptly: Contact name, name of business, address of business, phone number and/or email address!

Beta Carotene is a 100% natural color pigment commonly found in fruits and vegetables. This natural pigment is extracted and used for coloring in many products, including our delicious Cucumber-Esque and Ginger-Rita Sipper’s! Did you know that a flamingo gets its pink color from a diet that is high in beta carotene? Don’t worry, drinking a Sipper will not turn you pink!

Sipper’s use 6x distilled vodka to ensure purity and smoothness. Our Ginger-Rita has a splash of premium silver tequila.

Stevia is an all-natural, 0 calorie sweetener that comes from a plant! By using stevia in a Sipper, we can bring you a delicious hint of sweetness without overloading you with calories.