Preparation: Mint sprigs muddled with sugar and lime juice. Rum added and topped with soda water. Garnished with sprig of mint leaves. Served with a straw. article source
Basil Spring Cocktail
Basil is anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, and it contains a unique mix of flavonoids that are amazing for skin.
- 3 ounces organic vodka
- Splash of sparkling water
- 3 to 5 fresh basil leaves
- Rhubarb, for garnish
1. Chop up a few basil leaves.
2. Add basil leaves and vodka to the bottom of a glass, then muddle with a wooden spoon.
3. Fill the glass with ice and top with sparkling water.
4. Garnish with fresh basil and thin ribbons of rhubarb peel.
Blackberry Herb Cocktail
- 2 ounces prosecco (or another sparkling white wine)
- 3 sprigs rosemary
- 5 to 10 blackberries
- 1 orange
- 1 teaspoon organic sugar
- Flowers, for garnish
1. Line a glass rim with organic sugar.
2. Grind together the blackberries, rosemary, and orange in the bottom of a glass, either using a muddler or the handle of a wooden spoon.
3. Add prosecco, a splash of water, and some ice cubes, and garnish with flowers.
Regular mint is just as healthy as its cousin, pineapple mint. Mint can also be a powerful acne fighter and wrinkle reducer, and it’s great at cooling your body, making it the perfect herb to enjoy during warmer months.
- 2 sprigs organic mint leaves
- 2 ounces organic vodka
- Crushed ice
- 4 sprigs mint, for garnish
1. Put 6 to 8 mint leaves and crushed ice in the bottom of a tall glass. Crush the leaves to extract their flavor.
2. Add 2 ounces vodka and shake several times.
3. Strain into a chilled martini glasses and garnish with a small mint sprig.