Sometimes it is all about non-recipe recipes like this cucumber and rosemary infused ginger beer. Don’t you just love these? It is one of those drinks that is absolutely perfect for entertaining.
Let’s have a little chat about mocktails. Specifically, about tropical mocktails like this ginger beer hibiscus mocktail.
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.
Offer your guests a different take on a Christmas mulled tea with this hibiscus and pomegranate mulled tea.
I have been on a mocktail kick recently. I have worked my way recently through quite a few of them including this guava coconut mocktail, a rosemary and ginger beer infused mocktail and now this fruity lime and ginger beer mocktail with lots of fruit.
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Raising my grilled pineapple smoothie to my folks in Sierra Leone and hoping to hang out with them very soon.
A little while ago I told you how I fell in love with lemon iced tea whilst growing up in Sierra Leone. Well this ginger and lemongrass iced tea was the other ‘col tea’ recipe I would turn to when I wanted a slightly different flavour combo.
This caffeine free lemon iced tea is easy and perfect for a picnic and hot summer days.
This mocktail is easy peasy. It is simply pure coconut water and guava juice. Nothing else. I like it as is. However you can play around with the amount of each juice you add in. And for an adult kick you could add in some rum – and serve to celebrate the Notting Hill Carnival which is just around the corner