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FLAVORED SELTZERS

  • Prep Time: 30 minutes plus 24-48 hours to chill
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Serves: 8

Wow the crowd and add fizz-azz to sparkling waters with these home-made syrups using fresh ingredients.


Ingredients

1-quart mason jar with lid (or similar container) for combining ingredients
2-cup jar/bottle for storing finished syrup
Muddler or wooden spoon
Fine wire mesh strainer
1 cup Dutch Gold Honey 
1-2 cups chopped fruit, such as blueberries, peaches or raspberries 
1-2 sprigs herbs, chopped or torn
Zest and/or juice from one lemon, lime, or orange
Spices or extracts added to taste
2-33.8 oz. bottles Vintage Seltzer

Here are two of our favorite combinations—or try your own flavor invention: 

Blueberry Sage: 1 cup honey, 2 cups blueberries (or blackberries), 8-10 torn or chopped sage leaves, juice from 1 lemon.          

Peach Almond: 1 cup honey, coarsely chopped peaches (or mangoes or nectarines), 1/2 teaspoon almond extract, juice from 1 lemon 

To Prepare

Add fruit and herbs to quart jar; smashing with muddler or wooden spoon to release juice and flavor. Add honey and stir to combine.

Cover and refrigerate for 24-48 hours. Strain out solids by pouring mixture through fine wire mesh strainer.

 

To Serve

Transfer to storage container of choice, and stir into chilled seltzer.

 



Eddie's Recipe Tip:

Leftovers can be stored in freezer or refrigerator for up to a month—or drizzled over yogurt, sundaes, and smoothies!