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Perfect for Mother’s Day, or any occasion, really. But what better way to show your mamma some love than with these unique popsicles? Bursting with bubbly champagne and edible flowers, the pops are both festive and tasty. And before you eat any flower, be sure to research it thoroughly. You can start with our post on 55 flowers you can eat.
Classic cocktails have been around for so long because their tried-and-true recipes are simple and tasty. San Francisco-based artist Alyson Thomas of Drywell Art created a playful series of drinking glasses that feature diagrams of classic cocktail recipes on the glasses made for those specific drinks.
The designs both celebrate what’s in one’s beverage of choice and serve as a cheatsheet in case for you’re playing bartender and need a reminder of ingredients and ratios.
Once you’ve announced all of your titles, you’re going to be thirsty. This exotic combination of dragon fruit and gin will have you ready for your second rebirth. The Unburnt is ready to get lit tonight!
½ dragon fruit 0.5 oz lime juice 0.5 oz simple syrup 1.5 oz gin
Dragon fruit is a crazy-looking cactus that’s indigenous to the Americas, but you can find it in most Asian supermarkets. To prepare, cut off the ends of the fruit and slice off the thick skin. Cube fruit. Although the skin of the dragon fruit is insanely colorful, the fruit is more mild with a bit of sweetness. Think of it as an alcoholic smoothie where the gin is the star. Add dragon fruit to cocktail shaker and muddle with lime juice. Add simple syrup, gin, and ice, and shake vigorously for 20 seconds. Strain into rocks glass. Garnish with dragon fruit.