Your new favorite cocktail has arrived!
Lets keep this post short and sweet…..
Times just too precious to spend it reading about cocktails so feel free to scroll on down straight to the recipe so that you can get this refreshing and ice cold beverage in your hand! And once this blog post is live, I’m heading out to the garden to pick sugar snap peas and tackle my nice long
to-do get-to list before I head off to enjoy some cabin time for a week (which is another reason why this blog post is short and sweet)! I’ve got things to do!
Off topic question – does anyone else have an obsession of making sure your home is spick and span before you head out the door for a vacation or for a period of time? Yup, I do..and my husband thinks I’m crazy!
Use mortar and pestle to make puree or you can use a blender or food processor.
Back to the Strawberry Mojito Kombucha Cocktail.
Mojito’s are definitely one of my most favorite cocktails and when paired with kombucha, another favorite drink of mine, it’s like a match made in heaven. Top it off with strawberries and lime and whoa! You’ve got yourself one delicious drink.
No sugar added Kombucha Cocktails are made for summer!
I hope you’re ready to kick back and enjoy this cold, refreshing, kombucha cocktail. Even better, these two recipes have absolutely no added sugars. The kombucha and fruit adds just the right amount of sweetness so you can say goodbye to those sugar-ladened cocktails. See ya!
Side note: Kombucha, is a fermented tea that contains gut-healthy probiotic bacteria. In this recipe I used original but many flavors would work. Just be sure to always look at the grams of sugar as some tend to have more sugar than others.
Lindsey’s Blackberry Basil Kombucha Cocktail. Quite stunning I tell ya!
Is it Strawberry Mojito Kombucha Cocktail time? I think so! AND don’t forget to head on over to Lindsey’s blog to get her Blackberry Basil Kombucha Cocktail recipe.
Looking for a non-alchocolic beverage…no problem. Mocktail it is!
Simply omit the vodka or rum in this recipe and add additional sparkling water. This is one of my go-to’s when I’m just not in the mood for plain 0l’ h20.
- 4 mint leaves
- 1/3 cup strawberries, slices
- 1 Tbsp. lime juice
- 4 oz. vodka or clear rum (substitute sparkling water for a mocktail version)
- 16 oz. kombucha
- Sparkling water (optional)
- 1 cup ice
- Berries, lime wedges and mint leaves for garnish, optional
- In a small bowl, muddle the mint leaves, strawberries and lime juice with a mortar and pestle until strawberries form a puree. Can also puree in a blender or food processor.
- Divide the puree amongst two cocktail glasses (aka: mason jars).
- Add 8 oz. of kombucha, 2 oz. of vodka per glass, and a splash of sparkling water. Fill the rest with ice.
- Stir and sip.
- PS: Allowing the drink to set makes it more sweet and fruity. So if you have time, before you add the ice – let the drink set for 15-30 minutes before enjoying.
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- Serving Size: 1 cocktail
- Calories: 180
- Sugar: 3g
- Sodium: 10mg
- Fat: 0g
- Carbohydrates: 12g
- Fiber: 1g
- Protein: 0g
Since we’re on the topic of cocktails…what’s your favorite Summertime drink?! Comment below.
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