Fresh from the garden, this delicious ensemble of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and herbs is a perfect way to welcome spring! Enchanting with its green hue and creamy mouthfeel, this refreshing drink is guaranteed to delight the palate, highlighting a complex blend of aromas and flavors that intermingle effortlessly.
The Spring Garden Goddess is a perfect apéritif to combine with Moods by Chemistry “Orange." Enhanced with a 3:1 CBD to THC ratio, this uplifting tincture will keep you feeling refreshed and energized, while adding a little extra sparkle to your day. When mixed into the drink, the MCT oil contributes to the silky soft texture that floats on your palate. Quench your thirst with this blissful infused drink during quarantine.
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Spring Garden Goddess
Target Dose: 9.2 mg CBD | 3.2 mg THC per drink
Fine mesh strainer
Chilled sour glass
4 thick slices English cucumber, peeled and chopped
3 - 4 sugar snap peas, chopped
1 teaspoon fresh tarragon
1 ounce freshly-squeezed lemon juice
2 ounces chamomile tea (freshly brewed, can be room temperature or chilled)
½ ounce rich simple syrup
½ teaspoon rosewater
1 milliliter (or 1 dropper full) Moods by Chemistry “Orange” Tincture
1 egg white
Garnish with flowers and pea tendrils (if you can find them)
In a shaker tin, add the cucumber, sugar snap peas, fresh tarragon, and freshly squeezed lemon juice. Muddle the ingredients together for 1 - 2 minutes to extract as much juice, color, and flavors as possible. Add the chamomile tea, rich simple syrup, rosewater, and Moods by Chemistry “Orange” Tincture. Muddle again, then dry shake the shaker tin (no ice) for 15 seconds. Add 3 - 4 ice cubes and shake again for 15 seconds or until very cold. Using a fine-mesh strainer, separate the solids from liquids over a chilled sour glass. Garnish with spring flowers and pea tendrils (or spring greens), then enjoy!
About the Author:
Jamie Evans is the founder of The Herb Somm. She is an author, entrepreneur, and writer specializing in cannabis, food, recipes, wine, and the canna-culinary world. In addition to her work in the cannabis industry, Jamie has over a decade of wine industry experience and is a Certified Specialist of Wine. Having represented a wide array of organizations and wineries, she is best known for her literary work and producing high-end events. She was also named as one of Wine Enthusiast Magazine’s Top 40 Under 40 Tastemakers in 2018. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter @TheHerbSomm.