At Lunar, our mission is to celebrate and share the stories and flavors of our heritage.
We started with our favorite fruits from childhood. But we wanted to take this a step further and craft never-seen-before-flavors in the hard seltzer world. Flavors that may be unfamiliar to some, but to us are nostalgic and emblematic of our upbringing and heritage.
We're proud to introduce the Heritage Line which features three limited edition flavors, co-developed by chefs/owners of NYC restaurants Di An Di and 886, and featuring artwork by Brooklyn artist Vanessa Nguyen.
We decided to pay tribute to our favorite fruit cart snack.
Crafted with organic mango puree, Thai chili peppers and a pinch of salt, this is the holy trinity of sour, salt and spice to kick off your summer.
Keep an eye out for drops at Lunar events, or grab the heritage pack below.
Hands down the best way to eat a mango is by dipping it in chili salt, like how fruit carts in Southeast Asia would do it.
Drawing upon Kevin’s trips to Thailand and Vietnamese-American artist Vanessa Nguyen’s memories of home eating green mangoes with her aunt on their stoop, we've recreated that fruit cart experience in a can.
Vietnamese-American graphic designer/illustrator Vanessa Nguyen was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. A good portion of her portfolio is food-based work, since she believes that food is what connects her to other people and vice-versa. In her free time, she likes to run around Chinatown searching for the best dumpling deals between shops.