Add simple syrup and Absolut Vodka and top up with ice.

You can make this cocktail with just regular simple syrup (or even Agave syrup from a bottle) if you’re in a hurry, but the extra punch of basil from the flavored syrup brings this to the next level. Gently muddle the basil leaves and the lemon juice in a shaker, "smashing them together". Because when it comes down to it, we all have a story to tell, don’t we? It was exhausting–both physically and emotionally. Garnish with fresh basil.

Put the lid on the shaker, and shake vigorously. Strain the leaves out, and cool completely before using. Simmer for 5 minutes then turn off heat. Add the vodka, simple syrup, pineapple juice and lemon juice to the shaker with a few cubes of ice.

Required fields are marked *. When he got home with dinner, I was already well on my way to mixing up this amazing Pineapple Basil Vodka Smash! I prefer crushed for this, but cubes would work also. I always use a mason jar. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Shake until very cold and strain into a rocks glass with ice.

A fruity, tropical drink, with a wonderful herbaceous note in the background.

Pour the mixture over the ice, and top with about 1 ounce per glass of club soda, to add some sparkle and fizz.

In a cocktail shaker, muddle several chunks of the diced pineapple with 3-4 leaves of basil.

Light and delicate when sipped straight, Square One Basil Vodka shines in a basic, citrusy cocktail. simple syrup, Belvedere Vodka, lime, strawberries, basil leaves and 1 more Absolut Raspberri, Black Currant Liqueur, Simple Syrup, Lime Juice, Raspberry Absolut Absolut, raspberries, raspberries, crushed ice, lime juice, simple syrup and 1 more Elegant, understated and perfectly balanced, it’s about the best lemonade …

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This can be made ahead of time and kept in the fridge for up to 2 weeks.

If the basil in your herb garden is thriving right now, basil simple syrup is a great way to use it!

. Pour mixture over ice and top with about 1 oz per glass of club soda, to add some sparkle and fizz. Flavored vodkas run the gamut from sweet to spicy to the grassy flavors of basil. Add the vodka, simple syrup, pineapple juice and lemon juice to the shaker with a few cubes of ice.

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Shake until there are shards of ice and the mix turns frothy.

Add the basil-infused vodka, simple syrup, and fresh lime juice to a cocktail shaker filled halfway with ice.

Smash the leaves a bit while stirring the mixture, allowing the sugar to dissolve. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s author and owner is strictly prohibited.

To make the basil simple syrup combine 1 cup of sugar with 1 cup of water and a handful of fresh basil leaves in a saucepan over medium heat. We love to add basil syrup to a number of cocktails like our Peach and Basil Bourbon Shrub Cocktail and our Peach and Basil Moscow Mule.

Don’t forget to add a pretty garnish to give it some WOW factor!

Add the basil-infused vodka, simple syrup, and fresh lime juice to a cocktail shaker filled halfway with ice.

Let cool for about an hour for the mixture to infuse with the basil.

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Heat removes the flavor and if cooked for too long can result in bitterness. I used a few chunks of diced pineapple, a spring of basil leaves, and some tropical straws I got at the Dollar Tree last summer. I started this blog as a creative outlet to share my hobbies and interests, but also as a place to write about some of the things that matter to me.

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Yesterday was spent working over at my parents’ house, sorting through their belongings and deciding what to keep and what to sell. It was almost like a vacation in a glass, and just what I needed for a few moments of respite. Simmer for 5 minutes, then turn off heat. Basil Simple Syrup.

https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/basil-vodka-gimlets-238926 To make the basil simple syrup, combine 1 cup of sugar with 1 cup of water and a handful of fresh basil leaves in a saucepan over medium heat. This drink is fruity and tropical, with a delicious herby kick to it! The recipe for Basil-Infused Vodka can be found.

Here, mezcal, lemon juice, agave syrup and cilantro build on the unique flavor of the vodka with notes of smoke, tart citrus, and floral sweetness. It also happened to be my mother-in-law’s birthday, so we had a small, socially-distanced celebration for her planned. I’m a wife, mom, stepmom, teacher, and a newbie blogger.

… Let cool for about an hour, so the the mixture can infuse with the basil.

And by next level, I mean every-care-in-the-world-easing-away kinda next level. Enter your email address to subscribe and receive notifications of new posts by email. In a cocktail shaker, muddle several chunks of the diced pineapple with 3-4 leaves of basil. Muddle the basil, simple syrup and lime juice together.


Fill a tall collins glass or hurricane glass halfway with ice.

Fresh basil has a subtle peppery flavor.

Smash the leaves a bit while stirring the mixture to dissolve the sugar. Notify me of follow-up comments by email.

All of these factors are the building blocks for mixing up some delicious, fruity, adult beverages at home! This can be made ahead of time and kept in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. Garnish with a few pineapple chunks, a sprig of fresh basil and a pretty straw! Add the vodka, simple syrup, pineapple juice and lemon juice to the shaker with a few cubes of ice. The taste can be slightly sweet and aromatic. I use a Mason jar. When I came home, a cocktail was required. Put the lid on the shaker, and shake vigorously.

I love all things farmhouse, rustic, vintage and historical–basically anything that has a story behind it. I’m an Iowa girl who has spent my whole life in the midwest. View all posts by thehouseonsilverado, Your email address will not be published. This simple syrup would be great in my Cucumber Basil Martinis, too, so you’re definitely going to want to make some to stash in your fridge! Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to The House on Silverado with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. Shake until very cold and strain into a rocks glass with ice.

Our cocktail game has been strong lately. Add gin or vodka. It’s finally been sunny and warm, there are so many fresh fruits in season right now, and my herb garden is mega-producing. Join me as I decorate, create, and celebrate life’s little moments with you. We took our drinks outside, for a little sipping and front porch swinging before dinner.

The basil flavor in the background, combined with the fresh pineapple, is so good, and ultra refreshing on a hot summer day. Fill a tall collins glass or hurricane glass halfway with ice.