This Bacon Rimmed Bloody Mary with Saffron is an excellent way to liven up the senses at morning brunch—especially after a long night. Saffron pairs wonderfully with tomato, citrus, and spice, brightening the classic cocktail.
This Vanilla Bean and White Peach Sparkling Wine Cocktail with flecks of Edible Gold not only looks stunning, but it is also absolutely delicious—perfectly fruity and fragrant without being overwhelmingly acidic or sweet. It's an excellent substitute for that brunch mimosa.
Honey Infused with Ceylon Cinnamon. This simple recipe adds a new level of flavor to your honey. Use it all year long but don't forget about the summer season! Try it in marinades, barbecue sauces, or one of the many summer cocktails featured in this post!
Sugar-Free Coffee Creamer made with Fresh Vanilla Bean and Coconut Cream contributes a coffee-shop flavor and feels to your morning routine straight from your own kitchen (and without the health and wallet guilt). The recipe is simple with just three ingredients and a single step!
Coffee & vanilla are so great together! Those somewhat bitter components in coffee are enhanced and smoothed by the rich, buttery flavor of vanilla beans. Check out this recipe for vanilla infused coffee with cinnamon vanilla milk.
A delicious saffron cocktail made with almond milk, maple, and Ceylon cinnamon, and dark rum. Saffron is more than just a healthy ingredient capable of infusing bright color into culinary exploits. It also contributes a delightful flavor—one that is often unexpected, especially when it is found in a cocktail.
This time of the year tends to bring some pretty nasty colds with it. With the claimed healing properties of honey, citrus, cinnamon, and cloves, this toddy might just be just what you need to help you get back to yourself. Adding cloves to your toddy not only adds a sweet and spicy flavor and aroma, like oranges, they are a good source of vitamin C, so they may help in improving your body’s ability to combat viruses and infectious diseases.