Strawberry and rhubarb is probably one of the best early-summer duos we can imagine. In honor of World Gin Day (June 13), we created this delicious Strawberry Rhubarb Gin Fizz that will have you tasting summer no matter what time of year it is.
Unless you already have some rhubarb gin in your bar collection, this will take some time (potentially several weeks for the infusion), but if you stock up on rhubarb while it’s in season and infuse a big batch, you’ll be able to enjoy this tasty and refreshing beverage all year round.
Cut rhubarb stalks into small (about 1 cm) pieces.
Place into large jar and add sugar.
Seal the jar and shake to combine. Leave overnight to allow time for the sugar to pull the juice out of the rhubarb.
After 24 hours, add the gin and shake again.
We infused our gin for about 3 weeks, but depending on your preference you may want to let it infuse for a longer or shorter duration. Give the jar an occasional shake throughout the process and taste often! When it has reached your desired level of flavor, it’s done! We’ve heard of infusing as long as 4 weeks, and as short as 12 hours.
When you decide your gin is ready, it’s time mix up a delicious Strawberry Rhubarb Gin Fizz!
St. Patrick’s Day is going to be a little different this year, thanks to COVID-19 and social distancing. There may be less festivities this year, but that doesn’t mean there has be to be less St. Patrick’s Day drinks!
We just created a new cocktail that is delicious and refreshing, no matter the season. With fresh fruit to remind you of summer, and champagne and liqueurs that add a touch of class, you’ll be serving this drink all year round, from holiday gatherings to pool parties!
We just received our monthly Lolly Box from Lollies By Leah and we got some Shirley Temple lollipops that put us in the mood for some Dirty Shirleys.
For this recipe, we reached for our Azeo Distillery Vodka distilled from apples, Pratt Standard True Grenadine Syrup (which is made with natural, real ingredients, and way less sickly sweet than the typical stuff you might be familiar with!), and some Lime Waterloo Sparkling Water (less sweet and more crisp and refreshing than a 7UP or ginger ale). For garnish, we obviously had to go with the Shirley Temple lollies, but of course maraschino cherries are the classic way to go.
Here’s our recipe so you can kick back and end your Monday with a tasty Dirty Shirley too.
2 oz Azeo Vodka
1 oz Pratt Standard True Grenadine Syrup
4 oz Lime Waterloo Sparkling Water
Shirley Temple lollipops or maraschino cherries for garnish
Fill a glass with ice.
Pour vodka over ice and top with sparkling water.
Drizzle grenadine over the top, or slowly pour it into the drink along the side of the glass so that it sinks to the bottom.
Garnish with a Shirley Temple lollipop or 1-2 maraschino cherries.