This tastes so great and refreshing that I’m disappointed I didn’t realize it sooner. These two ingredients have been in my fridge virtually continuously for years and I just recently thought to combine them. The only catch is that I could drink a gallon a day and that would not be a good idea.
It’s a complicated recipe, but with some practice you should be able to make it like a pro.
Welch’s 100% pure grape juice, your choice. I think white works best.
Brewed ice tea.
1. Combine juice and tea in equal parts.
2. Serve over ice.
It’s a match that’s meant to be. Tea is allowed if it’s weak and Welch’s 100% pure grape juice is allowed if diluted one to one with water. The two dilute each other and result in a sum that’s greater than its parts. Go on. Give it a try. Even your non-SCD friends will like this one.
Published December 5, 2011
I just had one one of these from the Two Tarts blog and it was awesome:
This wintery drink features fresh squeezed clementine juice, which is shaken vigorously with three whole cloves and a measure of bourbon. The whole cloves are what is special here – they give off the perfect tiny amount of their essence without overwhelming the drink.
Mr. Obvious says, “eliminate the sugar on the rim and it’s good to go for SCDers”.
A very refreshing summertime drink. I highly recommend giving it an try. This cocktail is an adaptation of a John Collins which is a variation of the Tom Collins.
1 shot of bourbon
Four ounces (half cup) of lemonade concentrate
Seltzer or sparkling water
1. Make lemonade concentrate by combining equal parts lemon juice and honey.
2. In a tall glass mix lemonade concentrate with bourbon.
3. Fill glass to 3/4 full with seltzer water.
4. Add ice.
Goes down easy.