FESTIVE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE TIPS

 

 

Green Mandarin champagne, Coriander gin tonic, Sweet Fennel & Lemon bloody caesar. Curious? See how a hint of essential oil can spice up your Holiday drinks at parties. We bet that Rudolf will be jealous!

 

Materials List


 

- Cocktail glasses
- Champagne flutes
- 1 shooter or measuring cup
- 1 tsp
- Ice cubes
- Festive accessories to personalize your guests’ drinks (optional)

 

Preparation


 

SWEET FENNEL BLOODY CAESAR

 

1 drop of Sweet Fennel essential oil
- 1 oz (30 ml) of tomato or vegetable juice
- ½ oz (15 ml) of lemon juice
- 1 oz of vodka or gin (optional)
- Ice cubes, to taste

 

 

COCKTAIL OF THE ISLANDS

 

1 drop of Exotic Basilic essential oil
- 1 oz (30 ml) of pineapple juice
- 1 oz (30 ml) of cranberry juice
- 1 tsp of Orangina
- 1 oz of vodka or gin (optional)
- Ice cubes, to taste

 

 

THE HAWAIIAN

 

1 drop of Ginger essential oil
- ¾ oz (22 ml) of carrot juice
- ¾ oz (22 ml) of pineapple juice
- 2 tsp (10 ml) of strawberry juice
- 1 oz of vodka or gin (optional)
- Ice cubes, to taste

 

 

THE SWEET TOOTH

 

1 drop of Coriander essential oil
- 1 oz of gin
- 1 oz tonic water
- 2 tsp (10 ml) of lemon juice
- 2 tsp of sugar
- Add sparkling water, if needed
- Ice cubes, to taste

 

 

THE CANDY CANE

 

1 drop of Peppermint Yakima Valley essential oil
1 drop of Green Mint essential oil
- 1 oz (30 ml) of rhum
- ½ tsp of sugar
- Add gasified sparkling, if needed
- Ice cubes, to taste

 

 

NORTH POLE STAR

 

1-2 drops of Star Anise essential oil
- 1 oz (30 ml) of vodka
- 1 oz (30 ml) of orange juice
- 2 tsp of sugar
- Add sparkling water, if needed
- Ice cubes, to taste

 

 

GREEN MANDARIN CHAMPAGNE 

 

- Fill up the flute with champagne
Add 2 drops of Green Mandarin essential oil

 

Precautions & recommendations


 

Consume in moderation and enjoy!

 

It is important to know that some essential oils are not suitable for culinary use and should be avoided completely as they are neurotoxic if ingested orally. To see the list of essential oils safe for culinary use, consult the FEMA (Flavor and Extract Manufacturers Association) list in our "Documentation" section.

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