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Snappy Ginger Paloma with Fever-Tree and Time Out New York

To celebrate Cinco de Mayo, I am seriously jazzed to be working with the folks at Time Out New York (aka Time IN right now!) and Fever-Tree to make a twist on a Paloma! During this quarantine, I made the decision to only use the best mixers for our evening cocktail hours because these small indulgences feel like good house rules to impose right now for a bit of fun. I love the Fever-Tree Sparkling Pink Grapefruit because it uses real Florida grapefruit juice. 🍊💖⁠

For my take on a Paloma, I wanted to use easy-to-obtain ingredients that pair well with grapefruit, so I chose mint and fresh ginger. Since I live in NYC, I don’t have space for a big juicer, but I still get that hot ginger flavor with a blender and a small fine-mesh strainer! ⁠
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I’ve got a tutorial video that shows my “hacked” juicing-without-a-juicer technique, and my stories link out to the piece on @TimeOutNewYork where they’ve got a taco pairing for a few Paloma variations that can easily be made at home!⁠

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#ad To celebrate Cinco de Mayo, I am seriously jazzed to be working with the folks at @TimeOutNewYork (aka Time IN right now!) and @FeverTree_USA to make a twist on a Paloma! During this quarantine, I made the decision to only use the best mixers for our evening cocktail hours because these small indulgences feel like good house rules to impose right now for a bit of fun. I love the Fever-Tree Sparkling Pink Grapefruit because it uses real Florida grapefruit juice. 🍊💖⁠ .⁠ For my take on a Paloma, I wanted to use easy-to-obtain ingredients that pair well with grapefruit, so I chose mint and fresh ginger. Since I live in NYC, I don't have space for a big juicer, but I still get that hot ginger flavor with a blender and a small fine-mesh strainer! ⁠ .⁠ I've got a tutorial video that shows my "hacked" juicing-without-a-juicer technique, and my stories link out to the piece on @TimeOutNewYork where they've got a taco pairing for a few Paloma variations that can easily be made at home!⁠ .⁠ 🍊Snappy Paloma 🍊⁠ 🔸2oz tequila with a 1-inch ginger piece blended in + strained with a fine mesh strainer⁠ 🔸Squeeze of lemon juice, I used a pink variegated lemon! ⁠ Mint for muddling and for garnish⁠ 🔸Fever-Tree Grapefruit Soda to top⁠ 🔸1 lemon slice for garnish⁠ 🔸Optional: Edible flowers to garnish⁠ 🔸Optional: Rim your glass with salt and pink peppercorn⁠ .⁠ Add the tequila and ginger into a blender and blend until smooth. Pour mixture into a fine-mesh strainer to remove all of the solids. Add gingered tequila to a lowball glass and muddle with mint. Add a squeeze of lemon juice and shake with ice. Top with Fever-Tree Sparkling Pink Grapefruit and garnish like heck! ⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ #MixWithTheBest #cincodemayo #gardencocktails #cincodemayo #cincodemayococktails #craftcocktails #imbibe #imbibe #mixologyguide #imbibegram #drinkstagram #cocktailtime #handcraftedcocktails #liqpic #saveurmag #mixologyguide #bareaders #homebartender #cocktailsathome #homecocktails #cocktailquarantine #cocktailgram #cocktailsathome #madeathome #thingstodo #thingstomake #thingstodoathome #tequilacocktails #paloma⁠

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🍊Snappy Paloma 🍊

Course Drinks
Keyword paloma
Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings 1 person

Ingredients

  • 2 oz tequila with a 1-inch ginger piece blended in and strained with fine mesh strainer
  • 1 squeeze lemon juice
  • 4 oz Fever-Tree Grapefruit Soda to Top
  • 1 slice lemon for garnish

Instructions

  1. Optional: Rim your glass with salt and pink peppercorn⁠.⁠Add the tequila and ginger into a blender and blend until smooth. Pour mixture into a fine-mesh strainer to remove all of the solids. Add gingered tequila to a lowball glass and muddle with mint. Add a squeeze of lemon juice and shake with ice. Top with Fever-Tree Sparkling Pink Grapefruit and garnish like heck! ⁠

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