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Lipton Iced Tea Debuted New Mint Julep Recipes for Race Day

Lipton Iced Tea Debuted New Mint Julep Recipes for Race Day

We’re just a few days behind Derby Day but since no one really needs a reason to enjoy delicious cocktails, we had to share these delicious Lipton Iced Tea Mint Julep cocktail recipes. You’re already familiar with the famed tea brand and their delicious variety of hot and iced teas, which includes: black, green, herbal, fruit, matcha, and benefit teas. This year, Lipton Iced Tea partnered with Eron Plevan, head mixologist at Louisville-based Gold Bar to combine these two popular beverages in brand-new Mint Julep cocktail mashups to spice up your celebration.

Lipton Iced Tea Debuted New Mint Julep Recipes for Race DayLipton Iced Tea Debuted New Mint Julep Recipes for Race Day

Naturally, we miss the days of heading to the racetrack but because of Covid-19, we had to celebrate at home. While we wish we could have shown off our new fascinator, we didn’t mind enjoying some classic American drinks, Iced Tea and Mint Juleps, at home. Although Race Day has come and gone, these delicious libations will satisfy you all summer long. Each cocktail is made with one of a different flavor of Lipton’s bottled iced teas. They include Lipton Herbal Iced Tea Strawberry + Mint,  Lipton Green Tea Watermelon, and Lipton Herbal Orange Blossom Iced Tea. On their own, three delicious flavors are perfect for unwinding, especially after a hot summer day. Let’s dive right into these cocktails, shall we?

Lipton Strawberry Mint Julep

Lipton Strawberry Mint Julep Cocktail

1.5oz bourbon
1 cup of White Sugar
Lipton Herbal Iced Tea Strawberry + Mint
3 strawberries slices
6 mint leaves
In a julep tin add 1oz of Strawberry & Mint Lipton syrup and muddle 3 strawberry slices and 6-8 large mint leaves for 15-20 seconds. Add bourbon, then add crushed ice. Garnish with a mint bouquet and a strawberry rose.
To make tea syrup: combine 1 cup of white sugar and 1 cup of Lipton Herbal Iced Tea Strawberry + Mint. Stir until fully dissolved. Works best if tea is room temperature and not chilled.

Lipton Green Tea Watermelon Lily

Lipton Green Tea Watermelon Lily Cocktail

.75oz Watermelon Vodka
.75oz orange-flavored Triple Sec
.75oz Cranberry Juice
.75oz fresh lemon juice
.5oz simple syrup
Lipton Green Tea Watermelon
Shake all ingredients in a shaker tin and strain over iced cubes made from Lipton Green Tea Watermelon Iced Tea (see below instructions). Serve in a stemless wine glass, garnish with the mint bouquet, and a skewer of watermelon cubes.
To make Lipton Iced Tea cubes: Pour the tea into an ice tray of your choice—square cubes recommended. Freeze overnight. Be sure the freezer is free of food or freezer odors that might affect the aroma and flavor of cubes.

Lipton Orange Blossom Julep

Lipton Orange Blossom Julep Cocktail

1.5oz bourbon
Honey
Lipton Herbal Orange Blossom Iced Tea
2 orange slices
6 mint leaves
In a julep tin add 1oz of Orange Blossom Lipton Iced Tea honey syrup (see instructions) and muddle two orange slices and 6-8 mint leaves for 15-20 seconds. Add bourbon, then add crushed ice. Garnish with a mint bouquet, a skewered cherry, and an orange rose if applicable.
To make tea honey syrup: combine equal parts honey and Orange Blossom Iced Tea. Stir until combined and smooth.

Understandably, as tea lovers, we love everything about these cocktails but we know that any specialty cocktail lover will love these as much as we do. We’d love to hear your thoughts on these cocktail recipes. Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

Enjoy Frankly Organic Vodka Brunch Cocktails at Home this Mother’s Day

Enjoy Frankly Organic Vodka Brunch Cocktails at Home this Mother’s Day

Sometimes we forgot that our moms were once where we are; young, enjoyed going out and hanging out with friends, etc. Before they settled down, our moms were out having fun and enjoying delicious cocktails (some still do). This Mother’s Day, why not treat your mom to some delicious brunch cocktails you’ve crafted at home? You can help her relive those unfilled days of her youth while we’re all still restricted from enjoying a full brunch experience out. Today, we’re sharing two great libations from Frankly Organic Vodka that is not only delicious, but they’re also easy to make.

Enjoy Frankly Organic Vodka Brunch Cocktails at Home this Mother’s Day

Perfect for brunch, these Frankly Organic Vodka cocktail recipes will keep things fresh on Mother’s Day Sunday! Each feature one of Frankly’s small-batch varieties, which are 100% organic and infused with functional ingredients like real roots, fruits, and botanicals. You and your mom can feel great about what’s in your glass as you sip on one or both of these delicious brunch cocktails. You’ll and mom will love the combination of flavors these two organic vodkas offer. They’re both bold, refreshing, and absolutely memorable. Keep reading to create these delicious drink recipes at home.

Apple Kombucha Crush

Enjoy Frankly Organic Vodka Brunch Cocktails at Home this Mother’s Day

1 ½ oz Frankly Organic Apple Vodka
1 ½ tsp sugar
½ tsp cinnamon
Lemon wedge
3 oz ginger kombucha
½ oz fresh squeezed lemon juice
½ oz maple syrup
Mix sugar and cinnamon on a plate. Smear the rim of the glass with a lemon wedge. Dip rim in the sugar mix. Add ice to a shaker and pour vodka, lemon juice, and maple syrup, and shake. Add ice to the glass and pour liquid. Add apple slices and kombucha. Garnish with sage and cinnamon stick.

Salty Cinnamon Dog

Enjoy Frankly Organic Vodka Brunch Cocktails at Home this Mother’s Day

2 oz Frankly Organic Grapefruit Vodka
½ tsp kosher salt
Zest from 1 lime
Pinch of cinnamon
½ fresh squeezed lime juice
4 oz sparkling grapefruit juice
Blend salt and zest. Smear lime on the rim of the glass and dip in salt. Add to glass: ice, Frankly vodka, cinnamon, lime, and grapefruit juice. Stir and garnish with grapefruit slices.

There’s so much to love about Frankly Organic Vodka aside from their delicious spirits. Did you know they were the first spirit brand in the world to include ingredients and nutritional content on their label? Each of the five hand-crafted small-batch varieties, the Original, Strawberry, Pomegranate, Grapefruit, and Apple are non-GMO, gluten-free, and contain no refined sugars, artificial flavors, or colors. What’s even more impressive, the vodka brand donates 1% of its revenue to animal welfare organizations through their Frankly Fido Program.

Simple Summer Cocktail Recipes Anyone Can Make

Simple Summer Cocktail Recipes Anyone Can Make

Summer is nearly upon us, which means you may already have a good reason to take to the porch. Although many bars and restaurants have reopened, there’s something to be said about staying home — and enjoying a refreshing cocktail while you’re there. The CDC reports that approximately 1.8% of California drivers admit to driving after drinking too much. But if you never leave the house, you won’t have to drive home after one too many.

Simple Summer Cocktail Recipes Anyone Can Make

Fortunately, staying home doesn’t have to be boring (or dry!). Check out your fridge and see what kind of cocktail you can make from what you find there. It’s easier than you think. Here are some easy summer cocktail recipes that anybody can make.

Green Apple Grown-Up Tea

We’re not using Granny Smiths here; instead, the “apple” comes from apple juice and apple gin, while the “green” comes from green tea and lime juice. Combine approximately 50 ml each of apple gin and lime juice with half a liter of apple juice and two cups of green tea. Sip, then add more of whatever you think is missing. This is a refreshing twist on the iced tea you enjoy from the pitcher — and while apples are often associated with fall, they provide a neutral sweetness that’s well-suited for almost any recipe.

Rhubarb and Ginger Snapped Sap

It’s estimated approximately 1.8 billion websites are all operating simultaneously at any given point each day. Some of those are liquor delivery websites, which have grown in popularity during the pandemic. You may want to visit one of those sites to order a lime cordial, as you’ll need it for this recipe.

Rhubarb might be intimidating to some, but using it in a beverage is a great way to enjoy its flavor. Get some rhubarb stalks and chop them up, then boil them on the stove. When the rhubarb becomes mush, take it off the heat and strain it into a bowl. Stir in about one-half cup of sugar and cool it in the freezer for about 10 minutes.

Then, you’re ready to make your cocktail. You’ll need about 50 ml of your lime cordial, 50 ml of the rhubarb syrup you just made, 10 ml of lime juice, and 100 ml of ginger ale. Rhubarb and ginger ale balance each other beautifully. Combine in a fancy glass and enjoy!

Ode-to-Strawberry Overload

Furnaces are built to last you approximately 15 to 20 years, but you’ll probably be more concerned with your AC unit’s performance this summer. Fortunately, a cocktail is a perfect way to cool off.

First, make your strawberry syrup in the same way you made the rhubarb version. After you strain it, chill until you are ready to use it. Then, add 20ml lemon juice and a shot (or several) of vodka.

Lime or lemon juice pairs well with strawberry. Lemon makes strawberry pop with freshness, whereas lime complements the sweetness of the strawberry. It’s up to you. Make two different drinks and see what you like the best. You can also try this one with raspberries. They work as well with lemon or lime.

Other Ways to Chill Out

There are some pointers on chilling you may want to make note of. Flash-freezing the fruit syrup you just made is easy and fast, but so is puréeing your mixture with some ice. Then, your cocktail becomes a slushie, which is a great option to beat the summer heat.

If you don’t want to add water to your drink, get creative with your ice chips. You can freeze rosé or another kind of wine in ice cube trays and either throw that in a blender or add them to the cocktail itself. The taste of wine will elevate these cocktails a bit. The key here is to use what you have. These are great drinks for entertaining or to enjoy at the end of a long, hot day.

Savor the Smoothness: CAMUS Cognac French Connection Cocktail Kit

Savor the Smoothness: CAMUS Cognac French Connection Cocktail Kit

We have long enjoyed the combination of sweet and salty flavors. There’s one cocktail we can’t help but sing the praises of for this very reason. The CAMUS Cognac French Connection cocktail, which can be easily made with the CAMUS Cognac French Connection Cocktail Kit, is a short drink that’s perfect as a nightcap. For those wondering, what is the French Connection cocktail? A proper French Connection requires a very aromatic Cognac like CAMUS Cognac’s Ile de Ré Fine Island cognac and a dry Amaretto, in order to guarantee a good balance of sweet and roasted notes.

Savor the Smoothness: CAMUS Cognac French Connection Cocktail Kit

This slow-sipping cocktail is a highly sophisticated drink that also happens to be one of the easiest in the world to make. The French Connection is part of the International Bartenders Association’s IBA official cocktails list. Legend has it that it was invented in the 70s, named after the 1971 movie of the same name, with Gene Hackman.

Savor the Smoothness: CAMUS Cognac French Connection Cocktail Kit

CAMUS Cognac makes creating this cocktail at home incredibly easy, thanks to the CAMUS Cognac French Connection cocktail kit. CAMUS added a slight twist to the cocktail recipe by pairing the iodine-rich notes of Ile de Ré Fine Island cognac with Amaretto Adriatico; this reinterpretation of original amaretto is crafted with handpicked Italian almonds and a pinch of salt. This brings us back to our initial thoughts of loving the combination of sweet and salty flavors.

The CAMUS Cognac French Connection cocktail kit has everything you need (and we mean everything), including:

  • bottle of Ile de Ré Fine Island 70cl
  • bottle of Amaretto Adriatico 70cl
  • tumbler glass
  • professional cocktail spoon
  • booklet to discover the secrets of the perfect recipe

Savor the Smoothness: CAMUS Cognac French Connection Cocktail Kit

With this amazing drink kit, all you need is ice and your thirst. The other wonderful thing about this kit is you can create up to 14 cocktails with it and it retails for only €69.00 on the CAMUS Cognac website. As you can see, it makes a great gift.

We adore CAMUS and have enjoyed it for years. Read about our other CAMUS Cognac coverage here: CAMUS Caribbean Expedition Cognac: A Distinct Cognac Like No Other and Cognac Connoisseur: Lunch with Cyril Camus and Camus Cognac.

Cascade Moon Edition No. 2: The Latest in Cascade Moon's Whisky Series

Cascade Moon Edition No. 2: The Latest in Cascade Moon’s Whisky Series

We all know the saying, “they just don’t make stuff like they used to”. For many, being able to enjoy the nostalgic products of a bygone era is becoming more and more valuable. In the midst of all our industry advances, artisanal, small-batch, and traditionally made products are highly sought-after. Last year, Cascade Hollow Distilling Co. launched a brand new range of highly limited whiskies as part of their Cascade Moon Whisky series. These limited-edition whiskies, which are described as being “mellow as midnight”, celebrate nostalgia. As of today, two whiskies in the series have now been released. Cascade Moon Edition No. 1 launched last fall and Cascade Moon Edition No. 2 followed soon after, in late December. The whiskies in this series are described as being “mellow as midnight”.  Today, we’re exploring the latter.

Cascade Moon Edition No. 2: The Latest in Cascade Moon's Whisky Series

First a brief introduction to their first launch. Cascade Moon Edition No. 1 has a bright and fruity nose, with notes of raspberries, pineapple, and coconut. A surprising savory grain character on the palate with a hint of brothy salinity, and a delicate finish.

Cascade Moon Edition No. 2 on the other hand, honors the heritage of the George A. Dickel & Co. brand, a distillery known for forward-thinking. This second release from Cascade Hollow Distilling Co. is a bold, mature liquid that celebrates 150 years of passion for cra­fting quality whisky. It continues to set the tone for the future of the whisky category while looking toward the next 150 years.

Cascade Moon Edition No. 2: The Latest in Cascade Moon's Whisky Series

Further tying back to George Dickel’s history, the liquid for this second release was taken from a small batch blend curated around the first barrel of TN Whisky filled a­fter the distillery returned from the shutdown in 2003. This small-batch blend used less than 20 barrels, holding some of Cascade Hollow Distilling Co.’s best whiskies aged at least 17 years that are befitting a celebration of a 150-year heritage.

Even the release’s packaging pays homage to whisky-making over the last 150 years.  This unique, sandblasted ceramic bottle is sourced from one of the limited producers in the world. The labels are handprinted using a 130-year-old press, to create a stunning look and feel.

A 750ml of Cascade Moon Edition No. 2 will be sold regionally in Tennessee, California, and Texas for a limited time for the suggested price of $249.99.

Biza Cocktails: These Tropical Canned-Cocktails are a Vacation in a Can

Biza Cocktails: These Tropical Canned Cocktails are a Vacation in a Can

.As the weather continues to get warmer and more vaccines are administered, everyone is hopeful about the opportunity to fully enjoy time outside their homes. Whether it be get-togethers with friends and family or vacations to exotic and tropical places. While we’re not yet at this point in time, there is a way you can enjoy an escape to a tropical locale; at least via your tastebuds – Biza Cocktails, the tropical canned cocktails.

Biza Cocktails: These Tropical Canned-Cocktails are a Vacation in a Can

The name Biza is originally inspired by the internationally known Spanish island of Ibiza. Although it celebrates a lifestyle experience, not necessarily tied to a specific location. Contrary to the hard seltzers found in the market today, Biza is a handcrafted cocktail, lightly sparkling and full of flavor. Created from premium vodka, Biza is slightly more alcoholic than the average canned cocktails, at 6% ABV. With only a touch of carbonation, the gluten-free, and malt-free Biza cocktails stand out in flavor and canned cocktail experience. Unlike the competition, Biza has carefully hand-selected their ingredients to create their natural tropical flavors. The low-calorie drinks are available in four bold flavors: Passion Fruit Peach, Coconut Pineapple, Pomegranate Vanilla, and Mango Jalapeño.

Biza Cocktails: These Tropical Canned Cocktails are a Vacation in a Can

If you’re ready to take your happy hour to the next level? These delicious, on-the-go libations will take you there. To gift us with the amazing level of deliciousness, Biza really focused on highlighting full flavor bursts. Their unique combinations are great tasting from start to finish.

Biza was started by a group of friends who came together during happy hour on a mission to fill a void in the marketplace. The goal was to create a brand that caters to their friends and the millennial generation. They tested all aspects of Biza’s product development on 100 millennials across varying age ranges. It’s made by millennials for millennials!

The easy-to-grab Biza Cocktails are available in New York, New Jersey, Florida, and online at www.bizacocktails.com.

Rémy Martin Rang in Lunar New Year With a Sugar Masterpiece

Rémy Martin Rang in Lunar New Year With a Sugar Masterpiece

While Western cultures observe the start of a new year on January 1, many east Asian cultures celebrate Lunar New Year. Lunar New Year marks the first new moon of the lunisolar calendar, which is traditional in countries such as Korea, China, and Vietnam and regulated by the cycles of the moon and sun. This means the Lunar New Year typically falls sometime between January 21 and February 20.

Rémy Martin Rang in Lunar New Year With a Sugar Masterpiece

This year, Lunar New Year was on February 12. In addition to being the most popular holiday in Asia, it is also celebrated by over 16 million Asian Americans each year. This year was no different, despite much of the United States still dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. Although there weren’t any large gatherings and festivals that typically mark Lunar New Year, people still found their own ways to incorporate art, craftsmanship, and food into this annual holiday.

Rémy Martin Rang in Lunar New Year With a Sugar Masterpiece

Rémy Martin has long been inspired by Lunar New Year traditions and this year, the cognac producer unveiled a sugar masterpiece. Developed with FRED & FARID New York, an independent boutique agency that is a mix of French, Chinese, and American influences, Rémy Martin used the concept of “sweet art” to create a confectionary triumph and wish the world a sweet Year of the Ox. “Sweet art” is an original art technique that gets its inspiration from sugar painting, a traditional form of art that is made out of caramelized sugar.

Rémy Martin Rang in Lunar New Year With a Sugar Masterpiece

With such an artistic feat in mind, Rémy Martin partnered with a couple of notable artists. Yajun Sui, a traditional Chinese sugar painting Master, and Multimedia Artist Elisabeth Hodes helped Rémy Martin create the sugar masterpiece. Together, they created 65 detailed pieces that made up the work of art, spent over 100 hours on it, and used over 20 pounds of sugar. This is quite the feat, especially when you consider that a human lifting a 20-pound box will put nearly 400 pounds of force on their spine.

Rémy Martin Rang in Lunar New Year With a Sugar Masterpiece

The end result of all of this work and sugar is a celebration of the melding of tea culture and cognac culture, as well as the craft that goes into both of them. The grand piece of artwork, rendered in tones of gold and red, features swirling clouds, cavorting oxen, celebratory humans, a half-full teapot, and a bottle of cognac. Just looking at the sweet masterpiece will make you want to go brush your teeth for the recommended two minutes, although you probably wouldn’t want to take your eyes away even for your dental health. The enchanting work of art gives the world a touch of sweetness after a uniquely challenging year, which was exactly the intention of its creators.

Jam Cocktails: Spring Libations with Crofter's Organic Fruit Spreads

Jam Cocktails: Spring Libations with Crofter’s Organic Fruit Spreads

Did you know you can use jams, fruit spreads, and preserves to make your cocktails? Yeah, neither did we but boy are we glad we discovered this. Apparently, the practice of jam cocktails has been around since the 1900s (who knew). Cocktails were created using jams, jellies, preserves, and marmalades as a sweetening agent. So if you’re ever in the mood for a cocktail and are out of simple syrup, reach into your pantry for that jar of fruit spread; it’s the fastest way to add sweetness to cocktails. Today, we’ll be sharing several delicious jam cocktails, all perfect for spring, using Crofter’s Organic fruit spreads.

Jam Cocktails: Spring Libations with Crofter's Organic Fruit Spreads

We’ve previously highlighted the absolutely flavorful organic fruit spreads from Crofter’s Organic; first, when we were introduced to them in 2014 and once again last year when they added more fruit and less sugar to their fruit spreads. This time around, we’re happy to share the versatility of these organic fruit spreads and show you another way you can enjoy them. Let’s get to know some of these Crofter’s Organic jam cocktails.

Peach Bellini

Jam Cocktails: Spring Libations with Crofter's Organic Fruit Spreads

1 ½ Tbsp Crofter’s Organic Premium Peach Fruit Spread
¾ oz Vodka
Prosecco
Ice Cubes (Crushed)
Fresh Mint
Begin by adding Crofter’s Organic Premium Peach Fruit Spread to a cocktail shaker along with ¾ oz vodka and some crushed ice. About 2-3 ice cubes. Shake for 20-30 seconds. Strain the contents of the cocktail shaker into a glass and then top with prosecco. Garnish with a fresh sprig of mint. Enjoy!

Mango Radler

Jam Cocktails: Spring Libations with Crofter's Organic Fruit Spreads

¾ Cup Crofter’s Organic Premium Mango Fruit Spread
6 Oz Water
12 Oz Sparkling Water
Fresh Lemon Juice (Half a Lemon)
Fresh Lime Juice (Half a Lime)
4 Cans Beer of Choice (473ml each – We used a local Pale Ale)
In a small saucepot over low heat, combine the Crofter’s Organic Premium Mango Fruit Spread with 6oz of water to thin it out slightly. Let simmer for 3-5 minutes until slightly reduced. Remove from heat and strain out any chunks of mango that may be too big. Let cool. In a large beverage, pitcher add in the sparkling water, fresh lemon, and lime juice. Next, add in the mango syrup (once it has cooled slightly). Whisk to combine. Next, slowly pour in the beer to avoid making a lot of foam. We recommend tilting the pitcher for a smoother pour. Give the pitcher one last gentle stir. Now for the taste test! If the mixture is too citrusy add in more sparkling water. If not citrusy enough add in more fresh lemon and lime juice. Keep cool in the refrigerator until ready to serve. Enjoy!

Blueberry or Strawberry Mint Lemonade

Blueberry or Strawberry Mint Lemonade Cocktail

1 Cup Crofter’s Premium Wild Blueberry Fruit Spread or 1 Cup Crofter’s Premium Strawberry Fruit Spread
¾ Cup Lemon Juice (2-3 Lemons)
1 Cup Cold Water
⅓ Cup Raw Organic Honey
2-3 Mint Leaves
In a blender, combine Crofter’s Organic® fruit spread, lemon juice, cold water, and raw organic honey. Blend until all components are mixed well and frothy. Strain the lemonade from the blender using a cheesecloth to remove the bubbly froth from the top and any clumps that may have missed being blended. Pour the lemonade over ice and garnish with 2-3 mint leaves. Enjoy!

My Easy Little Rum Away

My Easy Little Rum Away Cocktail

1 Tbsp. Crofter’s Seville Orange Just Fruit Spread
2 oz White Rum
½ oz Fresh Lemon Juice
½ oz Fresh Lime Juice
2 oz Pineapple Juice
½ oz Orgeat Syrup
¼ oz Simple Syrup
2-3 Dashes Angostura Bitters
Garnishes: Lemon Wheel, Lime Wheel, and Freshly Grated Nutmeg
Combine Crofter’s Seville Orange Just Fruit Spread, rum, juices, orgeat syrup, and simple syrup into a shaker with ice and shake vigorously. Strain into a glass over ice. Top with bitters and garnish.

Simple Black Currant Mojito

Spring cocktail: Simple Black Currant Mojito

1 Tbsp Crofter’s Organic Just Fruit Back Currant Fruit Spread
4 Fresh Mint Leaves
½ oz Fresh Lime Juice
1 oz Rum of Choice
1 Tsp Caster Sugar
Club Soda or Tonic Water
Crushed Ice
Lime Wedge (Garnish)
Sprig of Mint (Garnish)
Combine Crofter’s Organic Just Fruit Black Currant Fruit Spread, mint leaves, lime juice, and caster sugar in a small bowl. Muddle lightly (just enough to break down the mint leaves to release their flavor). Remove the leaves and place the Black Currant mixture in the bottom of a Collins glass. Fill the glass halfway with crushed ice and then pour your rum of choice on top. Top it off with club soda or tonic water. Garnish with a lime wedge and a sprig of mint. Enjoy!

Raspberry Bramble

Spring cocktail: Raspberry Bramble

4oz Gin
1oz Fresh Lemon Juice
2oz Crofter’s Raspberry Simple Syrup*
1oz Crème de Cassis
Garnishes: Lemon Peel and Fresh Raspberries
First, make the Crofter’s raspberry simple syrup. Using a fine-mesh strainer, strain the Crofter’s raspberry simple syrup to remove any chunks or debris. This will result in a nice smooth syrup. Let’s make the cocktail! Simply combine all of the bramble ingredients into a shaker and shake to combine. Fill a rocks glass with crushed ice and pour the Raspberry Bramble over the ice. Garnish with a fresh lemon peel and some fresh raspberries. Enjoy!

*Crofter’s Raspberry Simple Syrup
½ Cup Crofter’s Organic Premium Seedless Raspberry Fruit Spread
½ Cup Water
In a small-to-medium-sized saucepot, combine the Crofter’s Organic Premium Seedless Raspberry Fruit Spread and water. Bring to a boil. Let boil for 5 minutes or so until the sauce begins to thicken up slightly. Remove from heat.

We hope you’ve enjoyed these Crofter’s Organic jam cocktails. We’d love to hear your thoughts on jam cocktails.