Recipe Round-Up

The weather is cooling down, which means things at home are heating up! Whether you prefer drinks served heated or ice cold, check out these recipes that are sure to be a hit at your next party.

The Zesty Zinger


To make:
- 3 Bottles of Ginger Zest Blume Honey Water
- 1/2 cup Bourbon, Brandy, or Dark Rum
- 1 Small to Medium Orange
- 1 tsp Whole Cloves
- Cinnamon Sticks
- Star Anise Pods
- Orange Slices for Serving 

Add everything together over the stove on low, stir occasionally and enjoy the delicious aroma that will fill your home. 

The Crazy Carrot Cocktail


To make: 
- 10 oz of Blume's Ginger Zest (1 bottle) 
- 4 oz Fresh Carrot Juice
- 2 oz Industry Standard Vodka
- 1/8th tsp Turmeric 

Blend chilled ingredients and pour over rocks or directly into the glass

Garnish: With nasturtiums. They hook onto the glass so easily and they're beautiful. 

Makes 2-3 Servings depending on glass size. 
This drink abounds with earthly delights!


Blume’s Hottest Toddy

To make: 
Put 10 oz of Blume Vanilla Citrus in a pan, add 4 tsp fresh Lemon Juice. Heat to simmer or steaming. Pour in a cup. Add 1 oz of Bulleit Bourbon to each cup and stir with a Cinnamon Stick. 

You can use lemon, orange wedges, cinnamon stick or star anise. 

Makes 2 servings depending on glass size. 


Blume’s Rosemary Sparkler Cocktail

To make: Pour ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled with ice: 
- 6 oz of Blume's Ginger Zest
- 3 oz Crop Organic Vodka Meyer Lemon
- 1-2 tsp of clear Vermouth
- 1 Sprig of fresh Rosemary

Shake for 20-25 seconds until combined. Strain into a glass, top off with 3 oz. Club Soda.

Garnish: With lemon slice and a Rosemary Sprig. 

Makes 1 Serving depending on glass size. 
What a sweet way to ring in Spring!


Warm Your Soul

Our Ginger Zest is absolutely delicious when heated to a simmer, and sipped like a tea! At Blume HQ, it warms our spirits, soothes colds, sore throats, and tummy aches too. If you dash a little artisanal rum into it at night, you've got a whole new way to snuggle up to winter. (Tip: don't boil or microwave - just simmer the old fashioned way).