Cream Soda so good you’ll Scream!!
The Natural Mixologist
by admin
1y ago
Homemade Organic Cream Soda Upon hearing ‘cream soda’ I’m sure your mind goes straight to something comparable to a nasty little chemical filled can of corn syrup and artificial vanilla flavor. And I can’t blame you, unfortunately many fabulous recipes have been reduced to just that. Though I’m sure you can find a more natural alternative in some stores, why not make it yourself with this simple recipe! A little background, cream soda doesn’t actually contain cream. The name comes from the fact that it used to be made with cream of tarter to help preserve the beverage. In this recipe we’ll be ..read more
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Grilled Lemonade, it’s SMOKIN’!
The Natural Mixologist
by Marsha Meyer
1y ago
Grilled Lemonade One of the most fabulous things about Summer is all of the fresh and amazing produce. I’m lucky enough to have friends with a lovely lemon tree in their back yard which provides some of the best lemons I’ve ever tasted. This year we discovered grilling lemons to give them a wonderful smokey flavor just before juicing them into lemonade. The simple process brings such a complex and delightful twist to a quintessential Summer drink, lemonade. And of course when life gives you lemons you make lemonade cocktails! Now if you don’t have a lemon tree in your backyard (or your friends ..read more
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Kompot – A New (Old) way to use Fruit in Cocktails!
The Natural Mixologist
by Marsha Meyer
1y ago
Fruit Kompot Kompot, not to be confused with the American ‘compote’, is a traditional Eastern European way of preserving fruit in a flavored beverage, without actually pressing or juicing it. This method actually allows for a much longer shelf-life allowing you to enjoy the juice for a couple of weeks rather than a couple of days. It can be used in both warm and cold drinks and a variety of fruits can be used. Spices are also a wonderful way to enhance your kompot for extra complexity. Cinnamon, for example, is a great way to spice up a warm drink in the Winter months. This recipe is very simp ..read more
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Lavender Simple Syrup…so, so SIMPLE!
The Natural Mixologist
by Marsha Meyer
1y ago
Lavender Simple Syrup Making your own flavored Simple Syrup is an easy way to customize your cocktails and elevate your mixology. Lavender simple syrup is just that; simple. Equal parts sugar and water heated to a boil, lavender buds are added in and allowed to rest just as you would a tea. The great thing about simple syrup is you can use this process for a variety of flavors that suit your recipe or taste buds! Some of my other favorite simple syrups include: lemon-ginger, mint and hibiscus. Flavored simple syrups are a perfect addition to enhance your favorite cocktail, recipe or ..read more
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Over Indulged? Try This All Natural Hangover Remedy from BuzzFeed
The Natural Mixologist
by Marsha Meyer
1y ago
Most hangovers are caused by all of the chemicals and harmful ingredients that are in the cocktails that we drink. However, even if we drink naturally, but drink too much, we can be left with a hangover in the morning. I was interviewed by BuzzFeed Creative Hannah Chamberlain, along with several other Los Angeles Mixologists. She asked what my go to hangover cure is. I certainly do not recommend drinking too much. But if we do, then an all natural hangover remedy is just the thing to save the rest of the weekend! 1 TBL apple cider vinegar* 1 TBL local raw honey* .5 oz chlorophyll* 16 o ..read more
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