July 13, 2019 2 min read

Feeling crafty? Mix up an irresistible cocktail full of flavor.  

Blood Orange and Chili Pepper, Blackberry and Pomegranate, Lavender HoneyCucumber and Jalapeño. Is your mouth watering yet? With all the juicy, spicy, herb-infused possibilities, the trend towards craft cocktails is a movement we can really get behind. 

After dutifully taste-testing (you're welcome) and rejecting our share, we've found a great group of cocktail mixes for every palate. Hand-crafted from only real ingredients, their 100% natural flavors are delicious and well-balanced, making your drink creations consistently awesome and eliminating the guesswork.

For our recipe below, we used No. 4 Ginger Citrus with vodka, but this winning mixer would also make a kickass mule, margarita or whiskey cocktail. Each bottle makes 10-16 drinks and can be refrigerated for up to 8 weeks. Although it's hard not to put a splash in just about everything...

Ginger Citrus Breeze 

1 oz Ginger Citrus Cocktail Mixer

1-3 oz spirit – we went for vodka, but gin, tequila, rye, whiskey, mezcal or champagne would also be dynamite

1/2 oz fresh orange juice

dash of sparkling water (optional) 

 

Combine ingredients and ice in a cocktail shaker. Shake for 30 seconds then strain into your favorite glassware, like this Marble Old Fashioned Glass. Garnish with a fresh orange wedge.

For a mocktail, combine 1 oz  mixer per each 8 oz of sparkling water, iced tea or lemonade. 

For champagne, combine 1/4 oz mixer with 5 oz champagne, sparking wine or Prosecco. Serve in something pretty like this Iridescent Champagne Flute.

See, we knew you were the crafty type. ;-) 

 

Things you may like…

White Marble Glass Pitcher,  Club Shot GlassLustrous Oyster Shell Plate, Gunmetal Trident Barspoon. Or for glassware that does double duty, check out these versatile Embossed Green Glasses.

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