Savouré means “to savor” and we will! The natural soda, made in Bristol on Main Street, is made from seasonal fruits, herbs and just a tiny bit of sugar. Jess Messer, the creator, says the name is a tribute to her time spent in Montreal.
“It basically means ‘to savor.’ So it’s sort of my little love letter to Montreal because I really enjoyed my time there. It was a great way to get to know the country and language while running the business,” said Messer.
To pick up a Savouré soda you can find them at Scout & Co, Butch and Babes, Mad River Distillery, Hinesburg Bristol Bakery, Mary’s, Lu Lu and Alexandra Platts in Montreal. You can also stop in Tandem, the production facility in Bristol, if the door is open.
For information on how to get Savouré into a bar or restaurant you can contact Messer directly.