Jukes Cordialities, a line of sophisticated, one-of-a-kind beverages created by acclaimed U.K.-based wine writer Matthew Jukes, has announced that three Jukes types – Jukes 1, the "White," Jukes 6, the "Red," and Jukes 8, the "Rosé" are now available for purchase in the United States.
Jukes introduces a new category of enhanced, nonalcoholic luxury beverages to the U.S. market, mixing perfectly with good cuisine. Each variety is made with the highest quality natural fruit, vegetables, herbs, spices, flowers, and organic apple cider vinegar, and it's the ideal food accompaniment for individuals who don't want to drink alcohol.
After seeing a shortage of enjoyable nonalcoholic beverages on the market, Matthew Jukes founded Jukes in the United Kingdom in early 2020. Jukes produced a range of low-calorie, vegan premium beverages that deliver a highly gratifying and savory experience with 0.0 percent alcohol, drawing on his skills from over 30 years in the wine industry. Each Jukes formula is meticulously crafted with Matthew's olfactory and sensory expertise to highlight the various qualities in each blend, allowing for indulgence while maintaining a mindful lifestyle.
"Our goal with Jukes was to create a nuanced, healthier premium beverage option that elegantly pairs with foods, creating an elevated dining experience. The result is a distinct category of beverage that delivers an extraordinarily refreshing and wellness-oriented beverage, without comprising on depth and complexity of flavor," Jukes said. "Each Jukes beverage combines dozens of natural ingredients and organic apple cider vinegar to create a unique perfume, mouthfeel, and aftertaste. Jukes is the ideal alternative to enhancing the experience without alcohol and excessive calories."
Jukes beverages are presently available in three kinds in the United States, each prepared from meticulously crafted recipes to boast delicate, aromatic characteristics. The "White" is concentrated on a peach blossom theme with citrus and mint, refreshing cucumber, and a tart, lemon-zest finish, according to Jukes 1. The "Red" Jukes 6 has notes of blackcurrant and blackberries and layers of red fruits, raspberries, strawberries, and plums, which provide richness and flavor. Jukes 8, The "Rosé," is Matthew's interpretation of a modern rosé with pomegranate, melon, pear, rhubarb, apple notes, and a solid, super-sleek, solidly dry, and lengthy palate. All Jukes beverages can be paired with several water types, including cold still, sparkling, or tonic water, to provide a unique, captivating experience that complements any meal.
Jukes Cordialities can be purchased directly from the company's website for $48.50 per box, including nine bottles (approximately 18 servings). Jukes is also available in select spas, restaurants, and venues in the United States, including The Canyon Ranch at Lenox, The Lodge at Woodloch, Oakville Grocery, Contento, Dry Goods Beverage Co, Social Hour, and Better Rhodes, as well as nonalcoholic liquor stores in New York City.
The brand is teaming up with the Pérez Art Museum Miami for a members-only event on April 14 from 6 to 9 p.m. to celebrate the Marisol and Warhol Take New York exhibit. The event will include a Members Lounge with a Pop-Art theme, light nibbles, and samples of our Jukes Cordialities varieties.
Photography by: Courtesy Halley Autry