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Infusing liqueurs at home with inspiring and seasonal ingredients

Hibiscus Lemonade

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Who needs a Monday cocktail? It is (finally) a gorgeous, sunny summer day here in the Pacific Northwest. And a cool, refreshing drink sounded just perfect.

We’re bringing back a few infusions that we made a while back, but they are perfect for this summer beverage.

Hibiscus Lemonade (serves 2)

2 oz Fresh squeezed lemon juice

2 oz Hibiscus Brandy

2 oz Lemongrass Vodka

1 oz simple syrup (or to taste)

6 oz club soda

Mix the first 4 ingredients in a shaker, and stir well to combine. Divide among two tall glasses filled with ice, add club soda, stir and enjoy!

Cheers!

 

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Author: Alicia

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21 thoughts on “Hibiscus Lemonade

  1. I’ve always wondered if there was a comparable taste to hibiscus so I could tell if I would like it – got any ideas?

    • Well, good question… And I don’t know how to answer it. I just sampled a bit on its own to see if I could answer your question, but I still can’t. It doesnt taste floral to me, but not really fruity either. Just an interesting flavor that pairs and mingles really well with citrus flavors.

      If anyone else has a good answer, please let us know! Thanks!

  2. This looks so refreshing and pretty!

  3. Sounds delicious-maybe you are in charge of drinks at the Reunion ???

  4. I made a hibiscus cosmo once. My Mexican fried said it was almost healthy due to the powers of hibiscus ;-) These look amazing!

  5. This looks very refreshing for a hot summer day.

  6. Looks so yummy and refreshing, as usual!

  7. Delicious looking!!

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