A quick refreshing drink for any occasion. Simple, yet gourmet. This can be perfect for upcoming Valentines Day.
Hello, everyone. I am always in search of new ways to get my little one eat fruits and vegetables. Being a “Threenager“, at times she has bouts of picky eating. There are days when a particular fruit or vegetable becomes her favorite. She will keep having it till something else pleases her. For the last few months, it’s Red Juice (in her terms). Actually, it’s mixed berry juice, which she loves these days. In today’s recipe, I have used store bought organic mixed berry juice as a base and have come with this delicious punch, which is good for practically any occasion.
I initially made this recipe for a New Year’s party at my house. It was a big hit with kids and grown-ups as well. For now, as spring and summer comes near, this punch can be a delicious thirst quencher.
This is an absolutely no fuss recipe. I have used a store bought organic Mixed berry juice. In that, I added few rosemary leaves and berries. In this case, I have used raspberries and blackberries. Further, I let this mixture sit in the refrigerator for 30 minutes or so, to let the flavor and aroma of rosemary seep in. And then, when it is time to serve, I added ginger ale. The flavor from rosemary and ginger ale gives this drink a really refreshing kick.
There is a grown-up version of this drink too. (how can I forget you all). I personally, like to add Moscato wine along with ginger ale to this drink and sip it chilled. How about having this on Valentine’s Day or any at home date night?
Let’s go through the recipe.
- 2 cups mixed berry juice
- 2 cups ginger ale
- 1 tsp fresh rosemary leaves
- ½ cup fresh raspberries
- ½ cup fresh blackberries
- n a bowl or pitcher, add mixed berry juice, rosemary leaves, fresh raspberries, and blackberries. Cover it and let it rest for 30 minutes in the refrigerator.
- Just before serving add ginger ale and give it a stir.
- For serving, fill a glass with ice cubes. Add the mixed berry punch, top it up with fruits from the punch and serve.
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