IN OUR CURRENT ISSUE: Sorel Liqueur

After a cancer scare, Jackie Summers quit his job in publishing and devoted his time to making and bottling sorel liqueur, a pink-hued drink he’d grown up on in Brooklyn. Sorel, which takes its name from the sorrel plant, is made by generations of Caribbean immigrants like Jack’s grandparents. But until Jack began bottling the stuff, folks outside the West Indian community had little access to the drink.

After a cancer scare, Jackie Summers quit his job in publishing and devoted his time to making and bottling sorel liqueur, a pink-hued drink he’d grown up on in Brooklyn. Sorel, which takes its name from the sorrel plant, is made by generations of Caribbean immigrants like Jack’s grandparents.  But until Jack began bottling the stuff, folks outside the West Indian community had little access to the drink. Read more on Jack and his Brooklyn sorel here in our current issue.

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