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 teamed up with 886 to create the world's first pineapple cake hard seltzer.
Crafted with organic pineapple juice, salt, and a pinch of Aji No Moto MSG for that hit of pastry umami, we've invented a new way of enjoying this famous Taiwanese pastry.
Find this at 886 in NYC, or shop the heritage pack below.
Pineapple cakes are meant to be given as gifts. It's for celebrating friendships, milestones, and everything that is good.
Usually square shaped, pineapple cakes are a famous pastry in Taiwan that have a gooey pineapple center encased in a buttery shortbread shell.
We felt that this classic delicacy deserved some celebration.
Opened in 2018, Forbes 30u30 and Eater New Guard recipients Eric Sze and Andy Chuang started 886 to fuse their Taiwanese upbringing with American modernization. East Village's trendiest spot serves a range of dishes from a take on the fried chicken sandwich at Taiwan's McD’s to traditional dishes like oyster omelet.