MISS MARY’S RECIPE ROUNDUP - HERBAL-INFUSED COCKTAILS
Not sure what to do with your leftover Thanksgiving herbs?
You are going to love these super simple, but oh-so-yummy cocktail recipes using Sugar Free Sinless Simple Syrup.
Infused cocktails just drip with sophistication, don't they? They give off Speakeasy vibes and remind us of a time when cocktail hour was an appointment.
Here are a few, charming cocktails to set you and your guests up for a posh night of potent potables.
INGREDIENTS - What you Need
Fresh herbs aren't as concentrated in flavor as dried herbs but, because they still contain the plant oils, are better for infusing spirits or simple syrup.
Since this is OUR roundup, we're going to recommend using Sugar Free Sinless Simple Syrup along with whatever herbs you have on hand, e.g.:
INSTRUCTIONS - How to Make an Infused Simple Syrup (SINLESS!)
To release more flavor - roll, crush, or rough chop the fresh herb of choice.
Pour an entire bottle of Miss Mary's Sugar Free Sinless Simple Syrup into a sauce pan. Bring just to a boil and then remove from heat. Add herbs and steep for 10 minutes.
Drain infused syrup into glass bottle with pour spout.
Why not make over these delicious Recipes using Herbal-Infused Sinless Simple Syrup:
Bourbon & Sage Cocktail
This recipe from Inspired by Charm is a perfect cold-weather warmup.
Sage Bees Knees Cocktail
Salt and Wind serves this recipe with a side of historical insights.
Tequila Sage Smash Cocktail
Definitely bookmark this recipe by Cake-N-Knife because #tequila.
Salty Dog Cocktail
We're partial to our own Paloma Mix, so just add a sprig of rosemary to this Miss Mary's Mix recipe. #cheers
Rosemary Gin Fizz Cocktail
This recipe from Inspired Taste is almost too simple to be this delicious.
This recipe on Esquire was invented by Tristan Willey, according to the editors. Substitute 1oz Miss Mary's Lite Margarita Mix for the lime juice and 3/4 oz of Rosemary infused Sinless Simple Syrup instead of the sugary version. It is absolutely sensational.
Right on Thyme Cocktail
Dark Rum or Cognac fan? Southern Living has the cocktail recipe of your dreams.
Blackberry Thyme Bellini
William Sonoma includes two separate simple syrups for this Bellini recipe, but we recommend combining them for simplicity and speed. Delicious and beautiful for a holiday brunch or cocktail reception!