This lemon balm wine is a new take on an ancient cure-all called Carmelite water. And while it has long lost its reputation as a miracle potion, Carmelite water can still be enjoyed today just as you’d enjoy any glass of wine. But maybe you’ll enjoy it just a little bit more knowing it’s full of nutritive and medicinal herbs.
Herbal Drinks! Botanical Cocktails, Mocktails, Herbal Teas, & More
Here you’ll find the beverages of your botanical dreams!
Squeezing nourishing botanicals into your hydration routine is one of the simplest ways to get more nutritive & medicinal herbs into your everyday.
Whether you’re blending simple herbal teas with a specific health & wellness concern in mind, infusing alcohol with herbs & spices for unique botanical cocktails, or making herb-infused syrups for your mocktails, herbal drinks can be such a fun & effective way to connect with the plants.
Here you’ll find recipes for herbal tea blends, lattes, nourishing elixirs, smoothies, infused wines, herbal cocktails, botanical mocktails, & more.
Plus, there are all kinds of herbal drink accessories like DIY herbal extracts, botanical syrups, & homemade cocktail bitters to get creative with & use in your own botanical drink blends.
Adding herbs to your beverages can take a plain ol’ drink from ho-hum to a cup full of anti-inflammatory antioxidants, more vitamins & minerals, healthier digestion, & more!
Making your own cocktail bitters at home is so easy and fun! This coffee and cacao cocktail bitters recipe can be made with bourbon or rum and takes 10 minutes of your hands-on time. Plus, it’s not just for cocktails. […]
If you’re into dreamy botanical beverages, learn how to make an iced lavender matcha latte without sugar. This recipe has only 3 ingredients and uses a simple DIY lavender simple syrup made with honey instead of cane sugar to sweeten it up just the right amount.
Here you’ll learn how to make a lavender simple syrup two different ways, one made with cane sugar and the other with honey. Stir this versatile herbal syrup in your coffee and tea. Drizzle it on your oatmeal and waffles. Or jazz up your cocktails, mocktails, and more.
Looking for pure relaxation in a cup? Pour yourself a cup of lavender tea! Lavender has a well-deserved, science-supported reputation for helping to ease our worries, aches and pains, and even our digestion. Here you’ll learn how to make 6 different lavender teas.
It’s not quite a smoothie, but something so much more than plain milk. It’s banana milk! This refreshing homemade banana-flavored milk is fortified with chamomile tea and ashwagandha to bring you an herbal elixir full of nerve-nourishing ingredients that can help bring a bigger sense of calm into your day.