During the holidays, we received a bottle of butterfly pea serum and improvised a “Faux Paloma” using tequila, agave syrup, lime juice, grapefruit seltzer, and butterfly pea serum. The drink had a pleasant color, and it can be easily customized for sweetness and yields two servings from a 12 oz. can of seltzer.
Gosh, it seems like forever since we’ve written anything for our wonderful site. We kind of lost ourselves for a bit when we forgot that we write this for our own amusement, and if our readers enjoy it too, that’s wonderful!
Melba gets the ingredients for an easy-drinking gin and tonic with the flavors of blueberry and ginger.
Here’s an infographic showing recipes for quick, two ingredient cocktails for those of us on a budget or with sparse liquor cabinets.
St-Germain captures the fancy of the Ferments. Let it enchant you, too. Fervere’s review compares St-Germain to a cheaper elderflower liqueur, with the lesson that sometime you get what you pay for.