sip + savor
yields: 1 drink
The Ruby Red Cocktail is also a lively cocktail option for anyone hosting a girl’s brunch, as bright citrus, zesty cucumber, and rosemary will lighten up any carb-heavy meal. This would make a great mocktail for as well, omitting the vodka of course.
We invite you to try this recipe at your next gathering and share your photos with us!
- 1.5 oz of vodka of choice
- 2–3 oz of squeezed Ruby Red grapefruit
- 4–6 oz of cucumber seltzer, or regular seltzer
- 1–2 slices of cucumber
- 1 wedge of grapefruit
- 1 rosemary sprig
Fill a small cocktail glass with ice.
Next, add 1 shot of vodka (1.5 ounces) and 2–3 ounces of freshly squeezed Ruby Red grapefruit juice. Finish it off with 4–6 ounces of cucumber-flavored or regular seltzer. Garnish with 1–2 thin slices of cucumber, a wedge of grapefruit, and a stiff sprig of rosemary.
Add 1–2 thin slices of cucumber, a wedge of grapefruit, and a stiff sprig of rosemary.
Recipe courtesy of Pumpkin & Peanut Butter Blog
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