A TEA COCKTAIL TO COOL YOU DOWN


GIN & TONIC FEATURING:
BLOOD ORANGE & LEMONGRASS
Tangy. Bright. Refreshing.
IT'S PRETTY SIMPLE...
1. Steep BLOOD ORANGE AND LEMONGRASS with a spoonful of MESQUITE HONEY​.
2. Allow to cool before pouring over a large ice cube with a shot of your favorite gin and fresh squeezed lemon.
3. Add a splash of tonic and garnish with a lemon wheel.
WHY WE LOVE THIS COMBO

The juniper trees across New Mexico and Colorado fill the air with a lovely juniper berry aroma that almost always makes us crave one of our favorite warm weather cocktails: a gin and tonic.

We can think of nothing more refreshing than a gin and tonic after time spent in the sunshine: it is one of our favorites to share with loved ones and close friends.  It also always seems to remind us of being out in nature!

BLOOD ORANGE AND LEMONGRASS add a tangy kick to this classic recipe.  This blended combination is one of our favorites to drink iced during the spring and summer months when the weather is hot because it is so hydrating, clean, and bright.

 We often use Mesquite Honey for more fruit-forward blends because it is subtle and light but we especially love the floral notes this honey lends to this already herbaceous cocktail.  We imagine drinking this cocktail with a warm sunset, playful conversation, and salty bites like potato chips and olives!
Happy Tuesday! We hope this evening leaves you feeling peaceful, playful, and overflowing with love.

1 comment


  • Catherine Carter

    Hello… Just heard about you from a dear friend. In researching your beautiful website, I do have a couple of questions. I am 54 years young. I have been in menopause for 2.5 years. Gained weight, feel hot (never sweat, thankfully) and get cold (like all of us fabulous women do). I don’t feel sharp as I used to, but can multi-task like no other. I am taking benedryl o help me sleep too. I would like to not take any medicine, but the way I feel is just not ME. I am interested in what you have to help me. Oh, and I was born in England, but with your tea I will leave my pinky down for you all. :) Thanks for any advice you can share. ~ Catherine


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