On Tap Oil & Vinegar Recipe Detail

Variety of Balsamic Shrubs

On Tap Oil & Vinegar Variety of Balsamic Shrubs

What's a Shrub
( From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) In terms of mixed drinks, shrub is the name of two different, but related, acidulated beverages. One type of shrub is a fruit liqueur that was popular in 17th and 18th century England, typically made with rum or brandy mixed with sugar and the juice or rinds of citrus fruit.

More Shrubs for Your Drinking Pleasure & Health
There can never be too much shrub! Add to your favorite spirit in place of or combined with sparkling water for an amazing cocktail mixer!

Blueberry Lemon-Thyme Balsamic

Strawberry – Peach or Apricot Balsamic

Fresh Kiwi & Mango White Balsamic

Ingredients:

Directions:

In a one liter mason jar or container add the fresh botanical ingredients. Pour the balsamic over the fruit and allow to "infuse" for at least one hour or up to four hours under refrigeration. The longer it sits, the more pronounced the flavor of the fruit infusion. Strain and keep refrigerated and tightly covered for up to one month.

To serve, add 1-2 tablespoons of infused drinking vinegar (shrub) depending on your preference for sweetness to 8 oz. of chilled sparkling water. Serve over ice if desired.

Makes between 16-32 servings depending on amount added to water or cocktails.

To serve, add 1-2 tablespoons of shrub (depending on your preference for sweetness) for 8 oz. of chilled sparkling water. Serve over ice if desired.

Makes between 16-32 servings depending on amount added to water or cocktails.