Hot apple cider is a perfect fall beverage. Enjoy it at a crisp autumn campsite, or in a recliner on a rainy afternoon, or at a cozy gathering with friends. This recipe is exceedingly simple and easy, and I’ve included measurements for adding bourbon, if you’d like it spiked.
This is, in my opinion, the ultimate refreshment for those still, hot summer afternoons when you just want to lie there, unmoving, until the weather changes. Frozen watermelon, when blended, creates a fine, velvety slush very much like a slurpee. Add a little mint and lime and you’ve got an ultra-refreshing, natural slushie. Oh, and a little rum doesn’t go amiss either, if you feel like turning it into a frozen watermelon mojito.
These pomegranate grapefruit palomas taste bright, fruity, and different, and have a gorgeous, deep pink color. Sweet without being sugary, they are delicious as a mocktail; as a cocktail, they are an excellent way to enjoy tequila.