They say that bad luck comes in threes... well this week I had a set of three circumstances that ended up in some very good luck.
1. The fruit that we have been getting in the AHO box lately is absolutely beautiful. There are peaches, nectarines, plums, cherries and strawberries. The kids are eating tons of it. I am so happy!
2. Recently we were on a day trip that took us past a honey farm. We stopped and grabbed a few jars of local honey (having heard that it might help with my husband's seasonal allergies).
3. I had a cocktail recently that contained honey syrup, and I have been wanting to play around with it ever since. Honey syrup is simple ... honey dissolved in an equal amount of warm water.
Let's now introduce my honey, my fruit, and the concept called "cocktail" to each other. I think three is definitely company in this case.
This is a light and refreshing summer drink, best enjoyed outdoors either in full sunshine or by the light of tiki torches.
Honey and Nectarine Cocktail
1 nectarine, sliced into 8 wedges
2 ounces honey syrup
1 ounce Rose's Lime Juice
3 ounces vodka
Place 4 slices of nectarine in each of two tall glasses. Pour equal amounts of the honey syrup into each glass. Mash it up a bit. Add half the vodka and half the lime juice to each glass and stir. Add ice and enough club soda to fill the glass, and garnish with mint.