8 Herb-Based Cocktails
Pair your meals with your cocktails
If you're anything like us, you often have herb remnants leftover from a delicious meal. Don't let them go to waste - they're the perfect addition to your cocktail hour. Smashes, fizzes, and everything in between can benefit from a fresh herbal upgrade.
Lavender-Infused White Peach Sangria
Wind down with a crispy white sangria with the fragrance of lavender. Get the recipe.
Sparkling Rosemary Paloma
Tart grapefruit pairs well with the rosemary on this upgraded version of a classic paloma. Get the recipe.
Limoncello Thyme Cocktail
Make time for this drink that can be made with ingredients easily available at your grocery store or in your backyard. Get the recipe.
Mango Basil Pomegranate Daiquiri
Take a tropical vacation in a glass with a mango daiquiri that includes a hint of basil. Get the recipe.
Pink Grapefruit & Chamomile Paloma
Tequila gets a break from the margarita in the paloma, which is beautifully accented with chamomile. Get the recipe.
Lemon Verbena-Infused Vodka
Infusing your own vodka is an easy way to add flavor variations to a cocktail, and this version uses lemon verbena leaves. Get the recipe.
Plum & Thyme Smash
A thyme simple syrup makes a champagne cocktail memorable. Get the recipe.
Pear & Ginger-Sage Champagne Cocktails
We love a good champagne cocktail but sometimes need something other than a Mimosa. The simple syrup may take a bit of time but can be used later as well. Get the recipe.