Recipes

Kombucha Mezcal Cocktail

Serves 2

15 Minutes Prep Time

Drinking and crafting cocktails is more than just an activity to pass time.

When is the last time you had the opportunity to sit down with a loved one over a drink? No television, no phones, no distractions—just connection. Closeness is not determined by proximity, it's determined by the attention and care you give to the ones you care about.

A moment of making something together, and enjoying it together, is irreplaceable. Regardless of whether or not that moment happens in person, or over a video call.

To help spark this moment between yourself and a loved one, test out our mezcal cocktail recipe below, made with Buchi Legacy, and tell us what you think!

A big ol' thank you to Lindsay Cotter of cottercrunch.com for this delicious recipe!

Method

  1. In a large container or glass, juice your grapefruit, lime, and orange. Be sure to save extra slices for garnishing. Mix in muddled herbs of choice (like mint and/or basil), if desired.

  2. Add the mezcal and then stir in honey or agave. Adjust to taste.

  3. Take the sliced/cut lime or lemon wedge and moisten the rim with it. Then dip each glass in the coarse salt (if desired) and add a touch of crushed ice. Ice is optional but not needed.

  4. Next Pour the mezcal citrus juice blend evenly into glasses.

  5. Top each glass with 3 - 4 ounces (or more if desired) with Buchi Kombucha Legacy.

  6. If you want extra fizz and have run out of kombucha add sparkling water/soda into each glass.

  7. Garnish with sliced citrus and herbs

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