Monday, May 16, 2016

Strawberry Rhubarb Cocktail Prairie Organic Spirits

It’s summertime (ish), so glad the weather is nicer. With summer comes drinks. Vodka and gin are great things to add to drinks to make them fresh and light. Prairie Organic Spirits makes well organic alcohol.




I received a bottle of the Gin and regular Vodka and thought of this amazing Strawberry Rhubarb syrup to add to it. I wouldn’t normally think of adding a thicker syrup (not think like jam) to a drink but it really really works. Adding the mineral water and the alcohol makes it really nice, light, fresh and perfect for the summer! To make matters even better, the Gin and Vodka are organic so you know the best is used to make it.



Strawberry Rhubarb Cocktail with Gin or Vodka

¼ cup (to taste) Strawberry/Rhubarb syrup
8oz Perrier/mineral water
1 oz Prairie Organic Gin/vodka
Slice of strawberry (inside glass)
Full strawberry for garnish

Syrup (makes about 1 ½ cups):

¾ cup Chopped Strawberries
Extra strawberries for garnish
¾ cup Sliced Rhubarb
1/8 cup Lemon Juice
1 cup Sugar
1/2 cup of Water



Directions:
  • Chop up the strawberries and rhubarb into small chunks
  • Add to a medium sized kettle/sauce pan with ½ cup water and bring to a boil
  • Once it’s boiling, put to medium heat for 10 minutes, stirring often.
  • You can then either blend (i used my Ninja cup), or strain all the liquid out and discard the rest. By blending you can use it all. Just makes it frothy if you blend.
  • Place back into the sauce pan, add lemon juice and sugar, and cook for 5 mins or until all the sugar is dissolved.
  • Pour syrup into a storage container (glass or mason jar) and cool in the fridge.


I hope you try this, and if you have any extra syrup you can use it for snacks during the party or the next morning during breakfast. Check their store locator to see if a store near you carries Prairie Organic Spirits.


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16 comments:

  1. I don't think I have ever had a drink of this sort, strawberries and rhubarb, but sounds delicious!

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  2. I'm not much of a gin drinker, but this sounds super yummy and hydrating! Great for little get togethers with my gal pals!

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  3. Not sure about the rhubarb but I would give it a try

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  4. Strawberry rhubarb is a favorite of mine so I think I would enjoy this mix.

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  5. Kimberley Thomas:
    two of my favorite flavors! I must try this as it sounds like a great alternative to lemonade!

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  6. I do like gin!Though there is the issue I could drink too much and the expense!I have hollow legs!

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  7. These could be lethal for me if they are tastey :)

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  8. Jennifer spragueSunday, May 22, 2016

    Omg this looks fabulous!!!

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  9. Nice delicious and cool drinks for the summertime! They look and sound yummy.

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  10. OMG these look so delicious.A classic flavor combo!

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  11. Oh I love this recipe but have never tried these ingredients together but I will try it

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  12. I have never thought to put rhubarb in a drink before but it does look delicious to drink.

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  13. I make all natural,unsweetened jams.This would be the way I would go for this kind of drink!

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  14. Oh wow this sounds wonderful! I love strawberry/rhubarb and vodka is my favorite alcohol. I will try this for sure!

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  15. wow I've never had or made a drink like this, it sounds so delicious with fresh strawberries and rhubarb! I'd love to try it!

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  16. I love strawberry and rhubarb together. This syrup is something my sisters and I would love to add to our cocktails! Thanks for the recipe.

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