Makes 1 delicious beverage
4oz. seltzer water
1oz. island olive oil Watermelon white balsamic
2-3 1”cubed watermelon, and little watermelon wedge for garnish
2-3 mint leaves for muddling
Muddle the watermelon and mint in the bottom of a pretty glass. Add in watermelon white balsamic, seltzer water and ice cubes. Add watermelon slice for garnish. Alcohol Optional Version: Deliciously refreshing spiked with vodka.
A shrub is also known as a drinking vinegar which has actually been around for a very long time. It was originally a way of preserving fruit. It’s usually made with apple cider vinegar, fruit and sweetened with sugar and becomes a sweet and sour syrup, but our traditionally made balsamic fruit flavored vinegars are an easy probiotic option without the addition of sugar. A generous splash can be diluted with seltzer water, and can be spiked with a spirit so it’s a perfect alcohol-optional beverage. You can add another layer of flavor with a flavored seltzer water. Try using this recipe with different fruits, herbs and vinegars like:
Peaches and basil with our peach white balsamic
Blackberries and ginger with our blackberry ginger dark balsamic
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This is a classic Egyptian way to serve bread as a starter course, with other dips and “mezzeh” (appetizers), or alongside kebabs with a nice green salad. This is also a fun gift idea to make as a hostess gift or for holiday gift giving. Portion dukkah into small mason jars along with a nice bottle of Extra Virgin Olive Oil!
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