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The Countdown to Solstice

We're counting down the days
with solstice-inspired
inventiveness. Be sure not
to miss a day.


Summer Solstice Celebrations
You may not have 24 hours of sun, but you can still join in on our fun.
Check for events in your area.


June 19th

69 Rainey St.

June 20th

97 Rainey St.

June 21st, 4pm - Close

308 Colorado St.

June 20th

96 Rainey St.

June 19th

609 Davis St.


June 21st, 7pm

1025 Manhattan Ave.

June 21st, 5pm

302 Metropolitan Ave.

June 21st, 5pm - 12am

1073 Manhattan Ave.

June 21st, 4pm - Close

136 Metropolitan Ave.


June 21st, 8-11pm

50 Hampshire St.

June 22nd, 12-2pm Brunch

450 Massachusetts Ave.

June 20th, 8-10:30

1 Kendall Square


June 21st

1315 W North Ave

June 21st

201 E Delaware Plaza

June 21st

3458 N Halsted St.

June 21st

111 W Hubbard St.

June 21st

495 N Milwaukee Ave.

June 21st

1575 N Milwaukee Ave.

June 21st

701 N Damen Ave.

June 21st

768 N Milwaukee Ave.


June 21st

2401 N. Henderson Ave.

June 21st

2621 Mckinney Ave.


June 21st, 8pm - Close

2532 15th St.

Los Angeles

June 20th, 8pm - 12am

550 S. Flower St.

June 21st, 6pm - 10pm

350 S. Grand Ave.

June 11th, 8pm - Close

600 S. Main St.

June 19th, 8pm - Close

5221 Hollywood Blvd.


June 17th - June 21st

1414 Brickell Ave.

June 21st

729 SW 1st Ave.

June 21st, Daylong

1 Ocean Dr.

June 21st

500 S Pointe Dr.

June 21st, Daylong

1690 Collins Ave.

June 21st, Daylong

2727 Indian Creek Dr.

Month of June

3073 NE 6th Ave.

Month of June

100 Chopin Plaza

June 17th - June 21st

650 S. Miami Ave.

June 17th - June 21st

35 NE 40th St.

June 21st

130 NE 40th St.

June 21st

8191 NW 12th St.


June 21st

183 Edgemere St.

New York

June 21st, 5pm

9 Avenue A

June 21st

111 East 56th St.

June 21st, 1pm - 5pm

222 W. Houston St.

June 21st, 9pm

200 9th Ave.

June 21st 5pm - Close

133 Essex St.

June 21st, 5pm

20 Prince St.

June 21st, 5pm

5 Avenue A

San Francisco

June 21st

601 Eddy St.

June 21st

673 Geary St.

June 21st

691 Market St.

Virginia Beach

June 20th - June 23th

3001 Atlantic Ave.

W. Hollywood

June 17th, 7pm - 9pm

8284 Melrose Ave.

June 8th, 6pm - 8pm

696 N. Robertson Blvd.

Summer Solstice Recipes

1 ½ parts Reyka
½ parts Rosemary Infused Cognac
¾ parts Lemon Juice
½ parts Cane Syrup

Whip and strain into iced Collins glass. Top with soda water. Garnish with large rosemary sprig.

Recipe courtesy of Lauren Schell
Little Branch, NYC

Up All Night

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2 parts Reyka
¾ parts Simple
1 parts Lime Juice
3 slices of cucumber
Small handful of mint

Add all ingredients to shaker and muddle cucumber and mint. Shake and strain into ice filled rocks glass. Garnish with a mint sprig poked through three cucumber wheels.

Recipe courtesy of Theo Lieberman Milk & Honey, NYC

New Maid

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1 ½ parts Reyka
¾ parts AITA Rhubarb
¾ parts Lime Juice
½ parts Boiron Strawberry Puree

Shake and strain into chilled coupe. Top with 1 part brut champagne. Garnish with sprigs of lavender.

Recipe courtesy of John deBary PDT, NYC

Steam 75

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2 parts Reyka
½ parts Lillet Blanc
¾ parts 1:1 Honey Syrup
¾ parts Lemon Juice
5-6 fresh Lemon Verbena Leaves

Shake and strain into ice filled rocks glass. Grate fresh cinnamon on top and garnish with two Lemon Verbena leaves.

Recipe courtesy of Gerry Corcoran Gwynett St., Brooklyn

Army of Me

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The Reyka Story

If you come from a land of lava fields, volcanoes and lots and lots of ice, you have to get inventive with what you have.

And we don’t just mean being content to just make things work. We mean imagining how we can make ordinary things around us into something new and amazing.

Like using lava rocks for filtration. They naturally have holes, so that just makes good sense. But they also give our vodka a silky smooth finish we wouldn’t have gotten any other way.

But that’s not all. We took a still that wasn’t even made for vodka and turned it into the first of its kind in the world to distill vodka, because we thought, “Why do what has already been done when you can do what works for us?”

But we would never want to change something just to change it. Like our plentiful, crisp, arctic spring water that is very free of impurities. (Our legal team won’t actually let us say “pure” even though that’s what it is.) The only reason we would ever want to change it is because we really love when it becomes vodka.

When we started making vodka, it wasn't because we wanted people to describe it as “silky smooth” and “beautifully textured.” But we also didn’t stop working on it until it became that way.