Great Drinks to Celebrate March! ~ The Review Stew
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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Great Drinks to Celebrate March!

A product was given for review for my honest opinion. No other compensation was given.

St. Patrick's Day is coming up on March 17th and if you like to celebrate then I have just the drinks for you!

For St. Patrick’s day, Sobieski Vodka helps create fun cocktails for the holiday. I love the great variety of flavors they offer including Karamel, Espresso, and Toasted Coconut! My husband LOVED the Karamel flavor the best and loved making some tasty drinks!

Check out this perfect St. Patrick's Day cocktail recipe: 

Bit of the Blarney

  • 1 ¼ oz. Sobieski Vodka
  • ¼ oz. apple schnapps
  • 1 tbsp. sour mix
  • Apple slice for garnish

Shake all ingredients in shaker and serve in martini glass. Garnish with apple slice.

Coming up also in March (on March 5th) is National Absinthe Day! This holiday commemorates the day that Absinthe was legalized in the U.S. after a 95-year ban. To celebrate, try Lucid Absinthe, the brand responsible for driving the repeal and opening up the U.S. market to Absinthe.

Lucid is the first genuine absinthe made with real Grande Wormwood to be legally available in the United States in over 95 years. Lucid is made with a full measure of Grande Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) as well as other fine European herbs.

In accordance with the views of absinthe experts in Europe and the US, a genuine absinthe is always distilled directly from a mixture of whole herbs in alcohol, which should be a neutral spirit of agricultural origin. It should never be cold mixed from industrial extracts or steam distilled essences or oils. To be true to tradition, the herbs must include Grande Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium), as well as European green anise and sweet fennel, and can include other culinary herbs. An authentic absinthe verte receives its traditional green color directly from the whole herbs, and should never be colored with artificial colorants or chemicals (e.g., FD&C dyes). Genuine absinthe should never contain sugar as bottled, so it should not be classified as a liqueur. Finally, a quality, genuine French absinthe will always contain a higher concentration of alcohol to preserve its herbal content and natural green color, 60-72% being typical.

Lucid is prepared in accordance with the same standards as pre-ban absinthes. It is historically accurate in EVERY detail!

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