December – The Drink A Day Month

December is easily the only month where it is acceptable to have a drink roughly everyday for the entire month (Not saying this is what I did, but for any of you that did do this – it’s perfectly ok!)

This post will share a few of the my favourite drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) that I’ve made/tried over the December period and my interpretation of the ingredients used.


 

Passionfruit Mojito
Ingredients 
Bacardi Superior Rum (Quantity to your liking)
Generous squeeze of Lime Juice
Fresh Lime 
2tsps of Caster Sugar
50ml of Passion Juice 
Mint Leaves
Soda Water to top
Crushed Ice
Sprig of Mint
Fresh Passion Fruit Half to top 

Put mint leaves, sugar and lime juice into a tall glass. 
Stir vigorously and fill with ice. 
Add the rum and passion fruit juice and mix well. Top with soda water Throw in a mint sprig, lime quarter and passion fruit half to 
finish.

Raspberry Sangria (Homemade) 

Ingredients (makes 8) 
5tbsps of Caster Sugar
Juice from 4 Limes
2 Cups of Fresh Raspberries
75ml Amaretto
1 Bottle of Chardonnay
Soda Water or Sparkling Lemonade for topping glasses individually 
Lemon Slices

Stir the sugar, lime juice, 1 cup of raspberries and amaretto until  the raspberries are fully incorporated and soft.  
Pour raspberry mix into a large jug, half fill the jug with 
semi-crushed ice and top with your chosen bottle of White Wine, 
second cup of berries and lemon slices.
Pour into individual sugar coated glasses and top with sparkling 
lemonade.


  
Iced Tea (because you can never go wrong with it)

Ingredients 
Pot of freshly brewed Black Tea
Sweetening Syrup
Lemon Slices
Ice

Fill a large plastic cup or glass with ice. Pour hot tea over ice, 
throw in lemon slices and add syrup depending on acquired taste.
My favourite Iced Tea in Nairobi would have to be from Java! 
So good, under 250shillings and 
definitely a necessity in the heat!

Thanks for reading!☺

Karämela Kitchen x

 



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