berry shrub

Berry Shrub – The Perfect Thirst Quencher

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How to Make Mixed Berry Shrub Cocktail in 2020

Wine Pairing​

Berries are one of the healthiest foods you can eat. Why not add a little berry juice shrub to your life? We guarantee that it’ll be tasty. 

Incorporating berries in different jams, preservatives, and baked goodies is common. But how about in cocktail mixes? Berries are one of our top favorites when it comes to wine cocktails. They tend to balance the flavor between tanginess, sweet, and sour flavor notes.

Fruit and wine tend to make an excellent pairing. And it is no different when it comes to the world of berries. The refreshing flavors and aromas of many wines are a fantastic complement to berries.

Shrubs were popular in Colonial America. It is a fruit and vinegar syrup that can be added to water, sparkling water, and cocktail mixes. It is also a delicious way of preserving fresh fruits. In recent years, shrubs have come back and have become a popular addition to cocktails.

You can try making beverages with the shrub and pairing them with the following recipes.

  1. The Best Mac & Cheese
  2. Crispy Deep-Fried Salmon
  3. Toast Points with Caviar

This recipe is not limited to using of champagne. Other types of sparkling wines can be used in the absence of champagne. Here is the list of sparkling wines you can use:

  • Prosecco
  • Cava
  • Metodo Classico
  • Cremant
  • White Petillant Naturel

Do you want a more personalized wine recommendation? Use Winosity’s wine recommendation engine and wine journal app to find a wine that suits you.

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