If you’re looking for a sprightly fruit drink with a depth of flavor and a hint of astringency — one you won’t get tired of drinking — this is for you.
This drink combines a number of strong herbal flavors and complex natural sweeteners to make a drink that hits all the sensory buttons my whisky-lovin’ tastebuds are looking for in a mixed drink, without the alcohol.
Most recipes for ginger beer involve long simmers or fermentation times, but you can have amazing ginger beer in 10 minutes. Yes, really.
Whether you’re having a relaxing weekend morning, catching a break from a busy week, or just looking to try something different for your morning joe, this’ll be sure to bring you a smile.
A quick-fix fancy coffee drink for the days when the world gets to be just the teeniest bit too much.
This is my version of the globally popular drink variously called agua de jamaica, roselle, bissap, or just plain hibiscus tea. I’m not a huge fan of very sweet drinks, so I make mine quite dry, but with a lot of flavor.
I started working on this recipe a few months back. I can’t remember how or why, but somehow I stumbled across a recipe for a “Tropical Smoothie” on the Kitchn, […]
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