Cocktail Review: Blackberry Whiskey Lemonade

Blackberry Whiskey Lemonade

A mouthwatering and refreshing cocktail with sweet blackberries and a hint of earthiness from fresh rosemary. It is perfect for summertime. You could add a splash of sparkling wine or tonic water if you want to lighten the blackberry whiskey up a little bit.

Prep Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutes

 

Ingredients

For blackberry simple syrup

● 12 oz. of fresh blackberries

● ½ cup of sugar

● ½ cup of water


For blackberry whiskey lemonade

● 1 cup of whiskey

● 1 cup of lemon juice

● 1 big rosemary sprig

● ¾ cup of blackberry simple syrup

● 1 cup of tonic water or sparkling wine

Instructions

For the blackberry simple syrup

● Put the blackberries, sugar and water in a small saucepan over medium heat

● Stir occasionally and Mix for 15-25 minutes until blackberries soften and you have a thick syrup

● To separate any seeds or lumps from the syrup, strain syrup through a mesh sieve. You can choose to discard the leftover pulp.

● Let the syrup cool on the counter for about 20 minutes or so before you make the drink


For the blackberry whiskey lemonade

● Put all ingredients together in a large shaker and add a handful of ice cubes

● You may have to shake the drink in two batches depending on the size of shaker

● Shake to fuse and chill drinks

● Pour ice over into the glass

● Serve immediately and Enjoy!

Recipe notes

● To lighten the drink up, top drink with a splash of sparkling wine or tonic water

● The strained syrup can keep for up to a week in the refrigerator so you can make the blackberry syrup in advance, keep it in an airtight container and refrigerate.

● Add a sprig or two of rosemary while it mixes for a stronger flavor

● For a fun twist, use basil instead of rosemary

Nutrition Facts


Amount per Serving

Calories

394

Total Fat

0.6g

Vitamin A

1%

Vitamin C

38.8 mg

Released

27.2 mg

Carbohydrates

68.3g

Sugar

6.6g

Protein

1.4g

 

 

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