Strawberry Lemon Orange Blossom Cold Water Infusion

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  • “Delicious day. Windows open, full-on sunshine! If I were a puppy, I’d be tempted to roll in the dandelions that popped up in the yard overnight. Instead, I’ve been picking up a truckload of sticks...” Read full tasting note

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Create your own botanical infused water with a refreshing burst of juicy strawberry followed by tart lemon and the essence of orange blossom.

Ingredients
hibiscus, chamomile, rooibos, licorice, natural strawberry and lemon flavors with other natural flavors, orange blossom, strawberry pieces, lemon peel

Taste Profileburst of Strawberry flavor followed with tart lemon
AromaSweet fresh strawberries
LiquorBerry Red

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Delicious day. Windows open, full-on sunshine! If I were a puppy, I’d be tempted to roll in the dandelions that popped up in the yard overnight. Instead, I’ve been picking up a truckload of sticks and limbs that blew down last week and over the winter. (The 100-plus-year-old maple in our front yard is a delight until it starts shedding sticks.)

After yard work and tug of war with some root-bound plant pots, this, the first iced drink of the season. It steeps well and quickly at room temp or in the fridge, but there’s a little too much licorice and hibi for me to enjoy it with no doctoring. (Some of you might like the straight-up sweetness.) So I popped a plain ol’ bag of Red Rose into the jar, which toned down the additives enough to get some strawberry and orange out of the deal.

The rest of the jar went into the fridge with a sprig from the rosemary plant we’ve been coddling all winter. We’ll see how it fares overnight.

derk

Maple helicopters are little whirligigs of nostalgia for me. What kind of maple do you have in your yard? Sugar, red, silver?

Martin Bednář

Send some sunshine over here, pretty please.

gmathis

Silver maples. Great shade, but less color in the fall. The little sheaths that cover the buds have all come down and clogged our gutters, so helicopters won’t be far behind!

Martin, sunshine is pretty elusive here this time of year, too! That’s why I’m enjoying it so much!

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