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DIY Thyme and Cherry Soda with Lime, and Peach and Saffron Soda with Ginger

The Ultimate Yummy DIY: Homemade Soda

Rhubarb Grenadine from Christopher Ciesiel for The Boys Club

Agave y Sandia 1.5 oz 100% agave tequila .5 oz Combier or another orange liqueur 4-5 chunks fresh watermelon ¼ fresh lime 3-4 sprigs‘Margarita’ spearmint or rosemary Optional:  fresh jalapeño slice Reserve a chunk of watermelon or herb sprig for garnish. Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker and crush with a muddler or wooden spoon, being sure to release all the watermelon juice.  Shake with ice and strain into a cocktail glass.  Add garnish.

Agave Piña 1.5 oz 100% agave tequila 2 oz pineapple juice (fresh if possible) .5 oz agave nectar or simple syrup 2-3 fresh jalapeño slices 2-3 sage leaves ½ small lime Optional:  Club soda or lemon-lime soda Squeeze lime into cocktail shaker and add other ingredients.  Muddle sage leaves and peppers to release the flavors.  Shake well over ice and strain into a cocktail glass. Optional variation:  Pour into a tall, skinny Collins glass over ice and top with soda to taste.

Baileys Cool Raspberry INGREDIENTS 1.5 oz Baileys Original Irish Cream 4-5 Raspberries Garnish: 3 raspberries Glass: Rocks PREPARATION In a rocks glass, muddle the raspberries. Add the Baileys and fill with crushed ice. Garnish with 3 speared raspberries.

winter sun: vodka . triple sec . clementine . lemon . rosemary

sparking apple sangria // perfect for fall Sparkling Apple Sangria Serves 4 to 6 Ingredients: 1 (750ml) bottle of Riesling (can sub Pinot Grigio) 1 red delicious apple, julienne 1 granny smith apple, julienne 1/2 (750ml) bottle of brut champagne or sparkling wine, chilled 1. Pour Riesling into a large pitcher and stir in apples. Place in the refrigerator and allow to sit for at least 2 hours and up to 24 hours. 2. Add champagne/sparkling wine, stir and serve.

1940s Drink:Orange Gin Fizz Gin, oj, simple syrup, and seltzer

Blackberry Whiskey yummy!

  • Jenny Barrier

    In college I once got so drunk on black currant brandy that I can no longer look at fruit liquors without the nausea returning ;)