We’re on month two of the quarantine and I don’t know about you, but I need a drink. So today, I’m revisiting one of our classic spring cocktails that is sure to bring a bit of relaxation to an already stressful time. And as an extra bonus, make sure to scroll all the way down to the bottom of the post for a chance to win a prize!
Honey Whiskey Lemonade
- 1 cup of Evan Williams Honey
- 4 cups of fresh squeezed lemonade
- 2 tablespoons of chamomile-infused honey
- Garnish: Fresh basil leaves, lemon slices, and figs
- The day before the gathering, add two tablespoons of dried chamomile to a small jar of honey. Let the flowers infuse the jar overnight in preparation for the party.
- To make the cocktail, mix together the Evan Williams Honey and fresh squeezed lemonade in a large pitcher. Add in some fresh basil leaves, lemon slices, and halved figs to seep.
- Pour the cocktail into tumblers over ice and garnish with additional fresh basil leaves, lemon slices, and halved figs.
- Lastly, use a honey dipper to drizzle the chamomile-infused honey syrup over the top of the drink. Enjoy!
And there you have it! A delicious cocktail for optimal patio relaxation. Since you’re probably doing all your shopping online right now, I’m giving away a $25 Amazon gift card. Make sure to read the giveaway rules and enter below!
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