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        Mug with Rose Matcha Latte garnished with a sprinkle of red rose petals on top.

        Rose Matcha Latte

        Oh, lovely, lovely matcha. 

        Most teas are prepared as infusions, made by steeping the leaves in water. Matcha is made from finely ground young leaves of the Camellia sinensis which is then mixed into the liquid (in this case, milk). So when you’re drinking matcha, you’re consuming the tea leaves. Which means you’re getting all of the delicious flavor!

         

        Hibiscus Rosehip Negroni in a rocks glass on a slate coaster.

        Hibiscus Rosehip Negroni

        Negronis are having a moment and the love doesn’t appear to be fading soon. And what’s not to love? Bitter yet balanced with sweetness, this gin cocktail feels sophisticated without being pretentious. 

          Hibiscus Rosehip Daiquiri in coupe-style glass with lime wheel garnish.

          Hibiscus Rosehip Daiquiri

          Growing up in Southeast Louisiana, I thought that daiquiris were frozen concoctions that only came out of machines and were often purchased at a drive-thru. My first classic daiquiri experience did not occur until I was well into my 20’s. If you have yet to experience the tart refreshment that is a classic daiquiri, there is no better time than the present.

          (Yes, drive-thru daiquiris. Common in Louisiana, these are small buildings that sell frozen daiquiris via drive-thru. No, you cannot drink while driving. Once the straw is put in the drink it becomes an open container.)

          Rose French 75 cocktail in champagne flute. Bottle of rose syrup and Hendriks gin in background.

          Rose French 75

          It’s impossible not to feel classy when drinking a classic French 75 cocktail. The champagne flute, the gin, the bubbly, it all just comes together so beautifully. And this version of the classic cocktail recipe is festive and fun with rose simple syrup and sparkling rosé float.

           

           

           

          Don’t have sparkling rosé? Champagne or Prosecco work beautifully.