The newest cocktails incorporate shrubs (fermented fruit). Mocktails will be more inspired and complex. Beer and effervescent Rose wine become new basics for mixed drinks. All roads lead to our gorgeous infused balsamics.
Most classic cocktails share one thing in common: a ratio of 1 part sour, 1 part sweet and 2 parts alcohol. So it's no surprise that our collection of dark and white balsamics make them the perfect drink since they are both sweet and sour. Having a few flavours on hand will have your guests believing you went to bartending school.
One way to infuse your drinks with fruity balsamics is to make ice cubes. Fill your ice cube tray with your white balsamic of choice, freeze, and then add to a glass before pouring in your selected alcoholic beverage. Then add a generous splash of soda or sparkling water.
And finally, for a salty treat, we encourage you to rim your glasses with our hand-harvested sea salts, especially drinks that include citrusy balsamics.
THE ELDERBERRY KIR ROYALE
Place 1 tsp Elderberry dark balsamic in a champagne flute or white wine glass. Pour sparkling white wine, Prosceco or Champagne.