Seersucker Southern Style Gin’s master distiller, Trey Azar, is all about entertaining with a side of southern charm and hospitality.

To quickly serve guests in his home or easily take his homemade cocktails on-the-go, Azar created a batched and bottled version of his popular Southside Rickey recipe.

Mixed with Seersucker Southern Style Gin, mint, lime, simple syrup and a splash of Topo Chico, the Southside Rickey is a true crowd pleaser. Azar’s bottled version of the cocktail serves four and can be made in advance, so you can spend your time enjoying company during your next spring soiree instead of playing bartender.

Southside Rickey Bottled Cocktail, bottles and cocktail with garnish on table

Southside Rickey Bottled Cocktail

Southside Rickey Bottled Cocktail

Courtesy of Trey Azar, Seersucker Founder & Master Distiller


  • 20+ Mint Leaves
  • 14 oz. Seersucker Southern Style Gin
  • 5 oz. Freshly-Squeezed Lime Juice
  • 5 1/4 oz. Simple Syrup
  • Topo Chico

Bottle Preparation Directions:

(Using a 33oz. Bottle)

Add 20 mint leaves to a large shaker cup & muddle. Add 14 oz. of Seersucker Southern Style Gin. Add 5 oz. of freshly squeezed lime juice. Add 5 1/4 oz. of simple syrup. Add 7 oz. of water. Shake, funnel into bottle and seal.

Preparation: Shake the bottle well. Pour over ice in a Collins or highball glass (or if you prefer, pour into a coupe glass without ice). Add a splash of Topo Chico. Garnish with mint or lime.