Recipe: Bubbly Jasmine Tea Mocktail — 3-Ingredient Recipes

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If you love the floral aroma and pick me-up-you get from a steaming cup of jasmine tea, it's time to turn this traditionally hot drink into a fast and fancy sparkling mocktail. Tea-infused cocktails are more popular than ever, and while this one skips the booze, it goes big on flavor. It comes together for a fragrant, easy-to-make sparkler that goes with most desserts and dinners.


Recipe: Sparkling Strawberry Cucumber Mocktail — 3-Ingredient Recipes

Inspired by the British summertime classic, this tall, fizzy drink is meant for sipping on warm, lazy afternoons. We mixed up a non-boozy version that skips the classic Pimm's, but brings together lots of lemony effervescence, cucumbers, and fresh strawberries. Here's how to make this minimalist, booze-free drink


Recipe: Bubbly Peach and Thyme Mocktail — 3-Ingredient Recipes

Reminiscent of a bellini, with a savory herbal upgrade, this sparkling drink is made for celebration. From Mother's Day brunch and baby showers, to graduation parties and an afternoon with friends, sipping on this mocktail feels special, thanks to the combination of peach and thyme simple syrup.


Recipe: Fizzy Blueberry Ginger Mocktail — 3-Ingredient Recipes

If your go-to non-boozy spritzer is seltzer with a splash of fruit juice, then this blueberry ginger sparkler is one to keep on your radar. It's full-on fizzy and hits your tongue with subtle, fruity flavor followed by a warm notes of ginger. Here's how to make this refreshing, booze-free drink.


Recipe: Classic Mojito — Recipes from The Road

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Walk into any bar in Miami and, chances are, you'll find a mojito on the menu — or, at the very least, a bartender who can make you a mojito. This classic cocktail, made with fresh mint, lime juice, sugar, rum, and seltzer, is about as Miami as it gets. Perhaps that's because it's also the ideal antidote to the Florida heat.

There are plenty of variations — Thai basil and lemongrass make this already refreshing sipper even more so, a splash of Campari adds bitterness for a more complex cocktail, and muddled grilled pineapple is a slightly sweeter take — but we're partial to the original.

The recipe isn't complicated, but there are a few things worth paying attention to — and they'll make the difference between a meh-jito and an amazing one.


How To Make a Chai Latte — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

I fell in love with the idea of chai through the cartons of this drink mix from the grocery store. The milky sweetness partnered with the astringent black tea drew me in, but the warm spices that lingered between sips kept me drinking. It wasn't long before the sweetness of those chai drink mixes became too much for me and I started experimenting with chai lattes at home.

This chai latte gives you complete control over your chai latte experience, from the tea and the spices, to the sweetener and type of milk. The result is a creamy cup of black tea subtly spiced and fragrant with cinnamon, black pepper, and ginger, and just the right amount of sweetness, so near perfect that you'll skip the coffee shop chai (or the carton) and come home to make a pot of this at tea time.


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