Squeeze a lime into a copper mug (or Collins glass) and drop the wedge into the mug. Add two or three large ice cubes. Pour in the vodka and fill with Reed’s Strongest Ginger Beer.
Fill a highball glass with ice. Squeeze the lime wedge over the ice and drop into the glass. Pour in the rum and the Reed’s Strongest Ginger Beer. Stir lightly and garnish with another lime wedge.
Squeeze a lime into a Collins glass. Add two or three large ice cubes. Then pour in tequila and fill with Reed’s Strongest Ginger Beer. Stir lightly.
Fill glass with ice. Squeeze the lime wedge over the ice and drop into the glass. Pour in whiskey and add the Reed’s Strongest Ginger Beer. Stir lightly and garnish with another lime wedge, if desired.
Or hold the alcohol and try a refreshing mocktail with real ginger.
Squeeze a lime into a copper mug (or Collins glass). Add simple syrup and sparkling water. Fill mug half-way with ice, then pour in Reed’s Strongest Ginger Beer. Top off with a lime wedge.
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Escovitch is a traditional Jamaican dish that is enjoyed throughout Jamaica and the Caribbean. It is one of my personal favorites. The dish is a marrying of Mediterranean, Latin American and Caribbean cultures. You can use any fish of your choice, I chose whole Bronzino for the recipe. Rather than pickling the veggies in vinegar, I used Reeds Strongest Ginger Beer as the base of the marinade.
Nothing says summer like a spritzer. This refreshing mocktail can be enjoyed by everyone in the family. Truth, my kids were so into sitting in the yard having a spring cocktail and snacks! This is a refreshing drink with the perfect balance of ginger and sweetness. If you want to add alcohol to your version, I would suggest adding 4oz of the clear liquor of your choice in place of the seltzer.