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27 Feb 2015 Posted by Laughing Glass in News

LGC on Chiffon Souffle

By Heather – February 27, 2015

Everyone Needs a Cocktail

Every girl knows, or at maybe ‘everyone‘ knows that we all need a cocktail from time to time.

Whether you’re out grabbing a cocktail with a few best friends, or you’re up to making your very own cocktail, nothing says ‘heaven in a glass‘, other than a pre-made cocktail already made and ready to drink…

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Operative Words

15 Jan 2015 Posted by Laughing Glass in News

Featured on Operative Words Blog!

By Anth – January 15, 2015

As a professional namer, I strive to explore every perspective on my clients’ new brands. Each one is articulated as a name, representing a potential brand future. After spending weeks creating names and then filtering them through trademark screening, I present a shortlist to my client. Many possibilities, all potential, but which one will become reality?

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Amy Ephron’s Favorite Things

19 May 2014 Posted by Laughing Glass in News

Featured on the blog One For The Table in the weekly write up of favorite things!

By Amy Ephron – May 19, 2014

It’s almost summer – in L.A. it feels like summer already. We were sent a sample of a new drink from Laughing Glass Cocktails. Okay, we like the name, too.

It’s an artisan tequila. No, it’s an artisan margarita. In a bottle, pre-mixed (but it doesn’t feel mixed at all, it’s so light and delicious….) and all natural. The name alone was perfect. Just pour it over ice in a wine glass and if you want to be fancy add a slice of lime. But for a summer barbecue, (or a guacamole starter) and a light incredible drink under the stars, we recommend it highly! And, for a party, it’s so simple, three bottles and no muss and fuss, and slightly lighter (thank goodness) on the alcohol content than if you’d mixed it at home. Some of us have a no alcohol before six rule around here, but you don’t, I bet it would be delicious with huevos rancheros, too!

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LGC in Marin Magazine!

01 May 2014 Posted by Laughing Glass in News

Three Marin County women came together to make a great cocktail.

BY CALIN VAN PARIS – May 2014

Some days are coffee days (5 a.m. alarm), and some days are wine days (gridlock traffic). For the women of San Anselmo’s Laughing Glass Cocktails, every day is a margarita day. Founded by Marin locals and close friends Sydney Rainin-Smith, Jill Korst and Carey Clahan (pictured, left to right), the company produces all-natural ready-made margaritas from the trio’s fresh pressed lime recipe, with two more cocktails slated for release this year. “We tasted all the other products on the market, and they all tasted like something out of your medicine cabinet, and worse, were filled with nasty chemicals,” Clahan says. “Our margarita has only a few natural and organic ingredients and is low in calories to boot.”

 

PHILOSOPHY Aside from creating an authentic high-quality product that drinkers can feel good about sipping, the company aims to bring women together. “Laughing Glass Cocktails is all about friendships,” Korst says. “It’s why we started in the first place, but just as important, we want to encourage friends to get together frequently, and get laughing.” THE SCOOP The signature margaritas are composed of simple, quality ingredients like all-natural citrus and organic agave nectar. Specifically omitted are substances that make some ready-made cocktails unappealing: artificial preservatives, sweeteners, additives, flavors or colors. You can find Laughing Glass margaritas all over California and online through Ludwig’s Fine Wine & Spirits and the Jug Shop. BEYOND MARIN The Laughing Glass ladies also list “tequila distillers” on their shared resume. Unable to find a bulk tequila brand that met their high standards, they headed to Mexico and an artisan distillery, where they produced their own proprietary blend — a super-premium blanco tequila — making theirs the only company in the ready-to-serve cocktail market that crafts its own spirit. WHAT THEY SAY “We work together 100 hours a week, but at the end of a crazy day or workweek, we still love to hang out with each other,” Rainin-Smith says. “Recently, we went on a family ski trip to Montana with our husbands and kids and of course shipped a case of our margaritas to enjoy après ski.”

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“Los Angeles, I’m Yours” and Laughing Glass

30 Apr 2014 Posted by Laughing Glass in News

Your Californian Margaritas Are Ready: Laughing Glass Cocktails

By Kyle Fitzpatrick – April 30, 2014

Cinco De Mayo is Monday. How is your Monday? Let me tell you: my Monday is going to be a doozy. Mondays are always busy! They are also a night when you don’t really want to go out nor are you really able to. You should celebrate though. Make a margarita at home! Better yet, have someone else make them for you. Another idea: just buy a bottle of Laughing Glass Cocktails, a pre-made, take home margarita by and for Californians. They do a really good job with it! It ain’t no Skinny Girl, either.
The pre-made Margarita comes from a recipe made from San Anselmo locals Sydney Rainin-Smith, Jill Korst, and Carey Clahan. The three moms banded togheter to make a cocktail that reflected what it is to be Californian, something perfect for pool parties. While they are located in Northern California, the brand has a great grasp on Southern California as it’s sold from Pismo Beach to San Diego: they’re targeting us. Just in time for De Mayo, too.

And? How is it? Great, actually. I’ve tried that Skinny shit and it tastes like diet [insert alcoholic beverage]. It’s boring and sad and makes you wish you were having the real thing. Laughing Glass? It does aspire to be “diet” but instead comes off as “fresh.” It’s slightly effervescent and is made from all natural ingredients. It isn’t too sweet or too tart or too boozey: it’s very balanced not to mentioned clean. It’s totally LA friendly (i.e., gluten free, non-GMO, vegan, and Paleo safe) (Seriously!) and only comes in at 41 calories per serving. While Bethenny Frankel offered her Margarita for New Yorkers, the San Anselmo crew way outdid her and, hopefully, will conquer her market. Someone needs to take her down! Of course it is Californians.

The pre-made cocktail may sound like a fad or lazy but, honey, on a Monday night when you’re supposed to be drinking a Margarita for Cinco De Mayo it will be perfect.

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Featured in Food Enthusiast Magazine!

22 Apr 2014 Posted by Laughing Glass in News

by Food Enthusiast – Apr 22, 2014

Laughing Glass Cocktails – a super-premium, ready-made margarita that can be enjoyed straight from the bottle, or as a base for some delicious twists on everyone’s favorite fiesta beverage. The company was created by three Northern Californian moms and best friends who have a passion for entertaining and saw the need for a product that met their at-home happy hour standards

Although Laughing Glass is perfect simply served over ice- listed below are two of co-founder and resident mixologist Jill Korst’s favorite recipes to spice up your Cinco shin-dig or keep on file for summer barbecues and get togethers.

Watermelon and Laughing Glass Mojito
1 serving

Ingredients:

10 mint leaves
ice cubes
about 1/2 cup seedless watermelon
splash of lemon-lime soda or sparkling water
mint sprig and a slice of lime for garnish (optional)

Directions:

In a glass, muddle the mint, and watermelon (I use a wooden spoon). Add the Laughing Glass Cocktails Margarita and stir to mix. Add ice, the soda or sparkling water. Garnish with a slice of lime and mint leaves, if desired.

 

Spring Fling Rhubarb Margarita

2 servings

Ingredients:

8 oz Laughing Glass Cocktails Margarita
2 oz Cointreau
4 oz club soda
2 oz simple syrup (see directions below)

Directions:

For the simple syrup: Combine the 1 cup water and 1 cup sugar in a small saucepan with the chopped rhubarb (3 rhubarb stalks, cut into small pieces). Bring sugar and rhubarb to a rolling boil and let cook for 10 minutes until the sugar is dissolved and the rhubarb has released its color and flavor. Remove from stove and set aside to cool. In a separate glass combine the Laughing Glass, Cointreau, club soda and simple syrup. Shake in a cocktail shaker for 10 seconds and then serve.

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Fluent in Fabulous chats with Carey, Jill & Sydney

20 Apr 2014 Posted by Laughing Glass in News

As seen on the Fluent in Fabulous blog in their Foodie 5 

April 20, 2014

Cinco de Mayo (May 5th to us gringos) is just around the corner and you know what that date in history marks don’t you? That’s right! It’s the one time of the year when we can drink, guilt free, as many margaritas as we want!

FYI: It really marks the Mexican army’s unexpected victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. But El Día de la Batalla de Puebla just doesn’t scream, “Let’s Drink Margaritas.”

I’m not a great margarita maker yet I detest those cloying, pre-made mixes that stick to the back of my throat. Gag! So when I heard about Laughing Glass Cocktails, an all-natural, ready-to-serve (and drink) margarita that contained only fresh quality ingredients, my lushy senses spiked.

Launched in 2013, Laughing Glass Cocktails was the idea of three girlfriends, Sydney Rainin-Smith, Jill Korst, and Carey Clahan, who had a passion for entertaining and were driven to create a product representative of their good friendship spiked with the love of a good and good-for-you drink.

The product’s distinctive tequila blend is produced by an artisan distiller in Tequila, Mexico and is formulated with the best agave pinas grown in the lowlands of Jalisco. The tequila is aged and fermented in allergen-free stainless steel casks, and then is distilled and filtered six times, resulting in blanco tequila of the purest form. It also happens to be gluten free, non-GMO, vegan and PALEO friendly while containing only 110 calories per 4oz serving. Now that’s some guilt free drinking DNA!

As someone who appreciates a laugh-your-glass-off night with friends, as well as a good and good-for-you drink, I think this margarita is worth a toast any time of year.

The three margarita mavens behind Laughing Glass Cocktails were kind enough to play Foodie 5 with us.

Cheers ladies!

The Foodie 5

1. What is your favorite food or drink memory from childhood?

Jill: I love our family summer ritual of eating lobsters in Maine. It’s just not summer without a traditional lobster bake.

Carey: My mom used to make a cheesy chicken and broccoli casserole with curry sauce – that was what my brother and I would always request for our birthdays.

Sydney: Baguettes with tomato and avocado sandwiches and the best bottle of Sauvignon Blanc we could find and afford at the time while backpacking through Europe when I had just turned 18.

2. You’re moving to a new bar in minutes and can only take one gadget along with you— What do you grab and why?

Jill: My muddler. There is nothing like the flavor fresh fruit and herbs impart.

Carey: I’ve just gotten into the giant spherical ice cubes lately. That’s not really a gadget, but it is a fun new product. I love how the simple purity of ice can have an impact.

Sydney: My shaker. Life is always a bit better when you shake things up a bit!

3. No one’s looking —what is your secret food fetish?

Jill: I am a sucker for Maraschino Cherries. I love Luxardo cherries imported from Italy.

Carey: I put soy sauce on my popcorn. It’s amazing!

Sydney: I love to put mounds of butter on my warm rice!

4. Fill in the blanks: “I’d like to see more _____ on bar menus and a lot less flavored _________.

Jill: I’d like to see more innovation on bar menus and a lot less flavored liquors.

Carey: I’d like to see more simplicity on bar menus and a lot less flavored vodkas.

Sydney: I’d like to see more “Laughing Glass Cocktails” on bar menus and a lot less sugary sweet drinks.

5. Congratulations, you have won Carte Blanche to drink and dine in any country/city in the world! Where would you go and why?

Jill: I am so blessed to live in the San Francisco Bay Area, one of the best cities in the world for eating. It’s hard to top.

Carey: Hong Kong! There are streets there that have every cuisine imaginable, one restaurant after another. An Aussie steak house next to a Nepalese bistro across the street from a Spanish tapas place. My stomach is growling just thinking about it.

Sydney: Florence, Italy. I have a deep love of Italian food and the way the Italians savor their meals, their fine wine and cocktails, and their friends and family.

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Laughing Glass Cocktails Launches in Southern California

04 Dec 2013 Posted by Laughing Glass in News

San Anselmo, CA —December 4, 2013 — The three friends have always joked they should mass-produce their famous margarita recipe. Laughing Glass Cocktails, the new startup founded by three girlfriends, mixes and bottles authentic ready-to-drink cocktails using only super premium ingredients. The company rolled out their first product throughout Northern California this summer, and bottles are now hitting store shelves in Southern California. The low-calorie Margarita is made from just a few natural and organic ingredients and tastes just like you made it at home— not like something out of your medicine cabinet.

“The market was ripe for a bottled margarita that tastes great and made with only premium ingredients. Consumers want products that are not filled with junk and taste like they made it from scratch,” said co-founder and CMO Carey Clahan. “You will be proud to pour the Laughing Glass Margarita at your parties and events— and with recipes like our new holiday drink, tequila is not just for summer any more!”

 

THE JINGLEBERRY – Laughing Glass Holiday Cocktail: http://www.laughingglasscocktails.com/#/press/

 

Jingleberry

 

PURE NATURAL INGREDIENTS

Adding a minimum of ingredients and nothing artificial, Laughing Glass created the first authentic ready-to-pour margarita in the market. Each batch is made with their own proprietary super-premium Blanco tequila, natural citrus, and lightly sweetened with organic agave nectar to make an unequivocally pure and delicious margarita — with a hint of carbonation. It’s non-GMO, gluten-free and vegan to boot.

 

LOW IN CALORIES

“We believe quality and taste are always more important than how many calories are in a drink — but a 4 ounce serving of our margarita is only 110 calories,” added Sydney Rainin, co-founder and CEO. “Our research shows that people base their choices on taste, quality and convenience, not calories, but we worked hard to keep it below a typical margarita.”

“We have accomplished what we set out to do—make a classic margarita that appeals to savvy consumers using only premium ingredients at a competitive price,” added Jill Korst, co-founder and chief mixologist. “This is the most authentic ready-to-drink margarita on the market today, and we’re excited to share it!”

 

PRICING AND AVAILABILITY

SRP is $17.99
Laughing Glass Margaritas are packaged in 750ml glass bottles using eco-friendly packaging. LGC Margaritas are 12% alcohol, about the same as a glass of white wine
110 calories for 4 ounces

 

In addition to retail stores, consumers can purchase Laughing Glass online through three of their retailers, Ludwigs, K&L Wines, The Jug Shop.  Distribution will continue to expand nationally in 2014.


Available at the following locations in Southern California and San Diego counties, with more locations added each week.

LOS ANGELES

Vendome Wine & Spirits, Beverly Hills

Starlite Liquor, Burbank

Regal Liquor, Culver City

Vicente Foods, Los Angeles

Century Liquor, Los Angeles

Sunny Market2, Los Angeles

Melrose Fine Wine & Liquor, Los Angeles

AA Liquors, Los Angeles

Nick’s Liquor, Venice Beach

Mission Wine & Spirits – at all 10 locations soon

Venture Liquor, Simi Valley

 

SAN DIEGO

Marina Blvd. Liquor, San Diego

Texas Liquor, Carlsbad

Major Market, Escondido

M&M Liquor, Fallbrook

Pala Mesa Resort, Fallbrook

Harbor Liquors, Oceanside

Village Square Liquor, San Diego

Valley Farm Market, Spring Valley

 

ABOUT LAUGHING GLASS COCKTAILS

Founded in 2012 by three Marin County friends with a passion for entertaining, Laughing Glass Cocktails is an innovative new spirits company creating quite a stir in The San Francisco Bay Area. The founders were dissatisfied with the ready-to-pour margaritas available in the market today. They set out to create super premium cocktails that don’t compromise flavor, quality, calorie count, or ingredients. The first product to launch is their delicious take on the classic margarita. LGC plans to develop additional ready-to-pour cocktails that will always be natural, lower in calories, and authentic. Laughing Glass Cocktails aims to make gatherings effortless, real, and extraordinarily festive.

For more information, please visit www.facebook.com/LaughingGlassCocktails or contact Amy Bonetti, amy@bigmouthpr.com, 415.407.9008

Laughing Glass moms get the last laugh – SF Gate

04 Nov 2013 Posted by Laughing Glass in News

The three Ross Valley moms always joked they should mass produce their famous school-fundraiser margarita recipe. No one thought they would.

But last year, Sydney Rainin-Smith, Jill Korst and Carey Clahan, who were up to their elbows in limes for yet another parent-teacher association party, started to get serious. In May, they launched Laughing Glass, a company that makes a low-calorie, organic agave-sweetened premixed margarita.

The unlikely alcohol producers, from divergent backgrounds, are realizing the market for their concoction – which they call “something women don’t have to hide in the kitchen” – might extend beyond the PTA.

The cocktails are selling out at 50-plus Bay Area storefronts where they are carried, and the founders just ordered a double production run and are getting five to 10 calls a day from grocery stores across the country.

“This is a bigger industry and a bigger market than I was prepared for,” said Clahan.

“But that’s true of any startup,” added Rainin-Smith.

Korst agreed, pouring herself another margarita. “Everyone said we’re not gonna be able to do it, and we’re like, ‘A-ha – in your face.’ ”

Juicing and mixing

A year and a half ago, the three women – who met at a house party in Bolinas after college and bonded over PTA events – were spending hours juicing and mixing for school events, local fundraisers and Ross Valley house parties when they thought of starting a company.

“We wanted to make a premixed cocktail that women can actually use, that they can take to a barbecue and not be embarrassed about,” said Laughing Glass CEO Rainin-Smith, a former voice actor.

“And it doesn’t have the connotations of most big, bright green margarita mixes that are made for the 25- or 15-year-old tastes and are basically Kool-Aid.”

They ordered beakers and white gloves online. Chief Operating Officer Korst, who previously worked for Joe Biden in Washington, D.C., asked her husband, a mechanical engineer, to set them up with an elaborate Excel spreadsheet so they could play with ingredients while keeping the calorie count low (they ultimately got to 41 calories per 1.5 ounce serving). With the recipe settled, they started looking for a distributor.

“The alcohol business – bottling, distributing – is all these gruff men,” Rainin-Smith said. “We’ll call these guys and they’re like, ‘Yeah, honey, right.’ Once we started the real bottling and distribution side, it was hard.”

Discouraged, they called the small and local Monterey Bay Bottling Co. in King City (Monterey County). A woman answered the phone, and Rainin-Smith said she almost cried with happiness. And they officially had a bottling partner.

Buoyed, she started looking for a distributor.

“These gals call me up one day,” said Ken MacKenzie. “I mean, so enthusiastic. I tried to talk them out of it, and the gals never flinched.

“Alcohol distribution is a different world – it’s a boys’ club,” he said. “Our business is strictly built on relationships. And those relationships go way back, so it all works by introductions and handshakes. It’s very old school, but you’re starting to see cracks. I mean – these gals.”

He set them up with a small, high-end distillery in the lowlands of Mexico. The founders recently made a trip to visit the distillery and stayed with friends of MacKenzie.

“I think they had some fun down there,” said MacKenzie, laughing. “And it’s fun for me because they’re not doing this for the money, you know? And yet I think they’ll end up making quite a bit.”

This is not the first bottled margarita for a more discerning demographic – Skinnygirl, a low-calorie premixed cocktail line launched by “Real Housewives” star Bethenny Frankel, has been wildly popular, although it was recently pulled from Whole Foods.

‘It tastes homemade’

The Laughing Glass founders could get the last laugh. A friend of theirs recently reported that her husband, on his own, had purchased and consumed an entire 750-ml. bottle one night.

“I don’t want to sound like an alcoholic, but yeah, I did,” said Brad Clark, 44, a vice president at Bank of the West, who seemed a little amazed that his taste for the mix had spread around the women’s social circle.

“It was delicious, and I’m as surprised as the next guy. Most premixed drinks are real sugary, and I kind of think of ladies’ wine coolers, but this stuff, I mean, it tastes homemade.”

At the Jug Shop on Polk Street in San Francisco, warehouse manager Martin Potter said the drink has major fans.

“I have five to six regular customers who are cleaning me out every week,” he said. “Matter of fact, I’m shipping out a case to Idaho today. It’s an excellent product, and I think it’s had good word of mouth.”

The founders meet daily and share Google calendars. (Trying to find a time for a group portrait, one knew when the other’s son was going to the dentist.) “Personally, I think you can work a lot more efficiently when you’re our age,” Rainin-Smith said.

Korst added: “The startups around here are created in a vacuum by boys around a computer. Maybe it’s good we were a little naive about it all.”

Clahan, the former manager for Johnny Love‘s nightclub in San Francisco, pulled another bottle out of the fridge.

“Listen, this is alcohol production and distribution. We dove straight into the deep end,” she said. “We didn’t start a yoga studio.”

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Marin Company Laughing Glass Cocktails Launches Authentic and Delicious Margaritas —To Go!

01 Jul 2013 Posted by Laughing Glass in News

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MEDIA CONTACT

Amy Bonetti/Big Mouth PR, amy@bigmouthpr.com, 415.407.9008

 

Marin Company Laughing Glass Cocktails Launches Authentic and Delicious Margaritas —To Go!

Bottles are hitting stores throughout the Bay Area just in time for summer

 

San Anselmo, CA —JULY 1, 2013 — Laughing Glass Cocktails, the new startup founded by three girlfriends, mixes and bottles authentic ready-to-pour cocktails.  The company is rolling out their first product throughout the Bay Area. The low-calorie Laughing Glass Margarita, made from all natural and organic premium ingredients, tastes delicious and has an added twist— a hint of carbonation.

 

“The market is ripe for a ready-to-pour margarita that is 100% natural. Consumers want a super premium product, not filled with junk, and that tastes authentic. They will be proud to pour our Margarita at their parties and events this summer, “ said co-founder and CMO Carey Clahan.  “We all want the ease of a ready-to-drink cocktail, but don’t want to sacrifice taste or quality for the sake of convenience.”

 

PROPRIETARY ARTISAN TEQUILA

 

First Laughing Glass Cocktails set out to find the perfect tequila— the practice of artisan distilling takes a different approach than an industrial brand would.  “We knew we wanted a distinctive, superior tequila for our margarita,” said co-founder and CEO, Sydney Rainin. “We searched for an artisan distiller who understood what we were creating and who could produce exactly what we wanted, and we found them.”

 

Once the distiller was on board, Laughing Glass sourced only the best Agave plants (pinas) from the lowlands of Mexico.  After being picked at the peak of their maturity, the plants are slowly steamed, mashed and fermented. Next, the mixture is distilled in stainless steel barrels for a concentrated, pure and clean Blanco spirit. Blanco tequila is not aged in the oak casks that can cause a heavy flavor, or even an allergic reaction in some.

 

Adding a minimum of ingredients, and nothing artificial, the partners created the first authentic-tasting ready-to-pour margarita in the country. “Our tequila is highlighted by a strong floral aroma,” says co-founder, COO and chief mixologist, Jill Korst, “balanced with a smooth, drinkable and refreshing taste making this the margarita for the true tequila lover”.

 

Laughing Glass Cocktails has accomplished what it set out to do—make a classic margarita that appeals to savvy consumers using premium ingredients at a competitive price, while piggybacking on the current trend surrounding convenience.

 

“We believe quality and taste are always more important than how many calories are in a drink — but a 4 ounce serving of our margarita is only 110 calories,” added Sydney Rainin. “Our research shows that people base their choices on taste, quality and convenience, not calories, but we worked hard to keep the calories below a typical margarita.”

 

“Salud!  Bottoms Up!  Chin Chin! We’ve developed the most authentic and delicious ready-to-drink margarita on the market,” added Carey Clahan. “We are excited to share it. Just pour over ice and slice of lime!”

 

PRICING AND AVAILABILITY

 

Look for the Laughing Glass Margarita in specialty grocery stores throughout the Bay Area (listed below). Distribution will continue to expand in the west over the summer, launching nationally in 2014.

 

SRP is $17.99. Laughing Glass Margaritas come in 750ml glass bottles using eco-friendly packaging.

 

LGC Margaritas are available at the following locations

 

Andy’s Market, Baggy’s, Beltramo’s, Big John’s Market, Blue Fin Cafe and Billiards, Bottle Barn, Cannery Row General Store, Castlewood Golf Course, Corral Market, Country Corner, Danville Bowl, Diablo Foods, Don’s Liquors, Fairfax Market, Golden Gate Market, Jolly King, Jug Shop, Lagunitas Country Club, Ludwig’s, Lunardi’s, Mill Valley Market, Mollie Stones, Nielsen Bros Market and Deli, Oliver’s Market, Ord Terrace, Paradise Foods, Paradise Market, Piazza, St. Helena Wine Center, Surf ‘n Sand, The Cheese Shop, The Meadow Club, United Market, Venice Gourmet, Whole Enchilada Marketplace, Windmill Market, Wine Stop, Woodlands Market, and Zanotto’s.

 

In these cities in The Bay Area:

Burlingame, Carmel by the Sea, Corte Madera, Cotati, Danville, Fairfax, Greenbrae, Healdsburg, Kentfield, Lafayette, Los Gatos, Menlo Park, Mill Valley, Monterey, Moss Landing, Novato, Pleasanton, Ross, San Anselmo, San Francisco, San Jose, San Juan Bautista, San Mateo, San Rafael, Santa Rosa, Sausalito, Seaside, St. Helena, Tiburon, Walnut Creek

 

MARGARITA INGREDIENTS

Laughing Glass makes its Margarita using all natural and organic ingredients:

Beginning with its proprietary, super premium Blanco tequila, it adds delicate natural citrus flavors, sweetened with the subtle taste of organic agave nectar —adding its own unique twist, a hint of carbonation. Unequivocally pure and nothing artificial.

LGC Margaritas are 12% alcohol, about the same as a glass of white wine.

 

ABOUT LAUGHING GLASS COCKTAILS

Founded in 2012 by three girlfriends with a passion for entertaining, Laughing Glass Cocktails is an innovative new spirits company creating quite a stir in The San Francisco Bay Area. The founders were dissatisfied with the ready-to-pour options available in the market today. They set out to create super premium cocktails that don’t compromise flavor, quality, calorie count, or ingredients.  The first product to launch is their delicious take on the classic margarita. LGC plans to develop additional ready-to-pour cocktails that will always be natural, lower in calories, and authentic.  Laughing Glass Cocktails aims to make gatherings effortless, real, and extraordinarily festive.

 

For more information, please go to www.laughingglasscocktails.com, or visit Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/LaughingGlassCocktails?ref=ts&fref=ts

 

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