I am back today with more recipes for Cocktails from the Garden. Specifically, I am sharing with you 9 Rosemary Cocktail Recipes that I have gathered from some talented and creative mixologists!
If you’ve been reading Nourish and Nestle for any length of time, you know that I am the self-proclaimed president of the I ❤ Rosemary fan club! There is something so wonderfully versatile about this woody/piney herb! Obviously, it works well with most savory food, but I think it really shines in sweet foods as well; my recipes for Rosemary, Fig and Nut Bread, and Rosemary Lemon Scones are just 2 delicious examples.
So I am not the least bit surprised that the wonderful Rosemary also makes a great cocktail. But, don’t take my word for it!
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