A Violet Crush Serves 1 3 ounces finely crushed ice 4 ounces chilled dry white wine, or chilled dry, white proseco 1 ounce creme de violette (violet liqueur) edible flowers, such as violet, borage or nasturtium and/ or a sprig of pineapple sage, suggested garnish squeeze of Meyer lemon or sweet lime, optional For a stiffer variation, add a shot of Grey Goose vodka or for more flair Grey Goose Poire
The sidra is an alcoholic beverage. It's made from the fermented juice of the apple. The firts step to make it, is collection of the apple in autumn. When the apple is mature, apple is crushed with large wooden hammers. Then, deject and left to ferment for about five months. Now, is ready for the for bottling, and is ready for drink it too. Enjoy your drink!
Karpalojuoma! Finnish Cranberry Sparkle. When it comes to homemade fermented beverages I turn a blind eye to the use of white sugar - well the yeast eats it anyway! Here's how to make this pretty drink, and it wouldn't be too hard to vary the fruit juice either: http://www.girlcooksworld.com/2012/01/karpalojuoma-cranberry-sparkle.html
Lavender Lemonade: 4 cups water 4 fresh lemons, squeeze and strain (leave some pulp) 1 tbsp dried lavender buds 1/8 cup raw blue agave nectar Pour 1 cup boiling water over lavender buds. Cover and steep for 10 minutes. Combine remaining 3 cups of water with lemon juice and mix with steeped lavender water. Add agave nectar and stir… Chill before serving.
Rhubarb Juice We’ve tried rhubarb syrup and rhubarb vodka. Now we’d like to introduce you to rhubarb juice! This pretty pink brew is sugar-free and alcohol-free, making it a super versatile ingredient in the kitchen. If you find yourself with a spare bunch of late-season rhubarb, we highly recommend making it.#motel168 lifestyle#