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Over at our house, we’re a whiskey family. One of both mine and Tuck’s favorite drinks? The Irish Mule. If you’re a fan of ginger ale and/or whiskey, the Irish mule is definitely the next drink you need to whip up for yourself. As per my other 3-ingredient drink recipes, at the end of this post I have listed out ways you can tweak this recipe to better suit your taste preferences. Enjoy!
Welcome to another installment in my series where I share the recipes for my favorite beverages using only three ingredients! As a refresher from the last installment (which you can read here), there are two things that don’t get counted in the number of ingredients, you may eve be able to guess them. They are water and ice. Moving onto today’s recipe. Today I’m sharing my recipe for a Paloma. I first discovered this drink last summer when I was trying to use up some tequila and had half a grapefruit left in the fridge (seriously). Get your glass and some ice ready – it’s time for the recipe.
Welcome to a new series centered all around some of my favorite 3-ingredient drinks. Kicking off this series, I will be sharing my recipe for a traditional daiquiri. Since I mostly drink water, coffee and tea during the day, the first few installments of this series will feature recipes for alcoholic beverages. I eventually will include some fruity non-alcoholic beverages for the summertime. Bring your laptop, phone, or tablet on over to your kitchen and let’s get mixing!
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For years, I manifested this aversion to green tea. I don’t know how I was able to do it, but I suppose if you think something enough, you believe it. It wasn’t until a few years ago when I had an iced green tea with lemon and, I swear, I heard a symphony begin to play and the skies opened up. This magical iced tea was refreshing, yummy and didn’t leave my mouth dry like many iced black teas do. One day earlier in the summer, I came up with this drink on a whim largely because I didn’t want to go to the store to buy mixer. Genius is born out of necessity, no?