Let’s have a little chat about mocktails. Specifically, about tropical mocktails like this ginger beer hibiscus mocktail.
Happy summer peeps. And yaye for blueberry mojitos.
This balsamic roasted berry smoothie has been whipped up pretty regularly in my kitchen recently. Put it this way it going to be one of my main summer drinks of choice.
Say hello to this ice cold frozen rosé cocktail slushy aka the perfect drink for hot, hot, hot summer days.
One of the many pleasures of working from home is being able to take a break when the sun comes out and whip up a smoothie like this kiwi, mango and pineapple smoothie, sit in the sunshine, drink it and forget about the world.
This pineapple daiquiri cocktail is super easy to make with pineapple juice, white rum, lime juice and some sugar syrup. African recipe.
The idea behind Laithwaite’s Wine Tasting in the Dark is simple. How can we use our senses to change how we think about food? And not just sight (we all know that a well-presented dish is more attractive than a bowl of brown goo), but the others. So Laithwaite’s Wine gave us a Tasting in the Dark experience, letting us use a mix of senses to experience different tastes of their delicious wine (this is known as synaesthesia) and people, can I please tell you how well it works!
This refreshing and simple rhubarb mojito recipe is made with 5 ingredients – rhubarb syrup, mint, lime, white rum and soda water.
I just HAD to post this raspberry mojito recipe before I go away. Yes peeps I am going away so short post alert. A friend of mine has very kindly (and to my utter astonishment) agreed to take BOTH my kids for a day and half. Yes peeps, a whole day and half.
Yeap. It is always 5 o’clock somewhere – which means someone somewhere could be drinking this tropical pineapple sangria.