Here are the following cocktail recipes we will be serving up at Scenic Roots on May 19th, 2016 for Thirsty Thursdays. Remember the Garden Center will be open from 5:30-7:00 pm to sample cocktails inspired and made right from your gardens and for you to shop at will 😉 This is a FREE event.
Here are the following cocktail recipes we will be serving up at Scenic Roots on April 21st, 2016. Remember the Garden Center will be open from 5:30-7:00 pm to sample cocktails inspired and made right from your gardens and for you to shop at will 😉
Thursty Thursdays- Join us for some refreshing cocktails
Join us at Scenic Roots on the third Thursday of every month. From 5:30-7:00 pm we will showcase seasonal cocktails made from the plants you grow in your own garden. We will demonstrate how to use your garden harvest to create tasty, refreshing, praise worthy cocktails to share with your friends, neighbors and family- From Garden to Glass! Everything from herbs, veggies, berries, shrubs and flowers. Join us in the garden center every third Thursday and bring your thirsty palette.
The garden center will also be open 5:30-7:00pm for you to have your own private shopping excursion while walking around with a cocktail.
Here we are at the height of summer. The humidity has rolled in along with the summer inhabitants. I will give you a gift- my favorite summer cocktail that I started making last year after reading The Drunkin Botanist- It’s called The Herbarium. A crisp, refreshing, light cocktail that has a slight sweetness to go along with the crisp. Give it a try- you will certainly be adding this to your summer menu: 1.5 oz Hendrick’s Gin .5 oz St-Germain elderflower liqueur 3-4 chunks lemon cucumber 2-3 sprigs basil ¼ lemon Club soda Squeeze lemon into cocktail shaker and combine all ingredients except the club soda. Muddle cucumber and basil, then add ice, shake, and strain into a glass of choice filled with ice. Top with club soda and add borage blossom or basil leaf for garnish.
It is almost strawberry time! Visit your local farmers markets and farm stands for fresh from the farm strawberries to make your own delicious concoctions. Continue reading “From Garden to Glass-Strawberries”