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25 Best Juice Bars in America 2015

25 Best Juice Bars in America 2015

What do you think of when you hear the word "juice?" Many Americans grew up drinking a glass of Tropicana orange juice every morning at the breakfast table or a bottle of Welch’s grape juice for school lunch. These juices may please our taste buds, but if you’ve ever taken the time to look at the labels, you might reconsider your beverage of choice.

25 Best Juice Bars in America 2015 (Slideshow)

Unfortunately, many store-bought juices are filled with added sugar, making them not as healthy as we thought. The only way to truly gain the full benefits of fruit and vegetables in liquid form is by drinking raw, unpasteurized juice. Because of this, juice bars, juice cleanses, and juicing in general is becoming more popular than ever.

Proponents of juice cleansing believe that the process will rid your body of toxins, as well as promoting weight loss and improving health generally. While consuming fruits and vegetables in whatever form certainly adds vitamins and minerals to your diet, many scientists and doctors consider "detoxing" a myth and counsel that water-fasting is more effective as a weight-loss aid. Whatever other effects they might have, though, the juices these places serve up are bright, bracing, and usually very tasty.

In 2013, we conducted a roundup of the 13 Best Juice Bars in America, and these establishments have only grown more popular since then. Now, with 12 more shops added to the list, we’re announcing our 2015 edition of the 25 Best Juice Bars in America.

In order to rank our list, we first took a close look 50 of the most well-known juice shops in the country and ranked them based on three categories: number of locations, menu variety, and healthiest juice options. Then, we narrowed it down to 25.

This year’s results included juice shops from all over the country, including KURE Juice Bar in Portland, Oregon, and dtox Juice in Atlanta, but our top spots are mostly located in New York and California.

All in all, a notable juice shop will serve a wide variety of the healthiest, most delicious juices and, whatever else they may do for your body, they'll leave you with a happy heart.

To see our complete ranking, check out our slideshow of the best juice bars in America.


The 25 Best Smoothie and Juice Bar Franchises of 2021 (Updated Rankings)

Though juices have been around for centuries, and smoothies have been with us since the invention of the blender, specialist businesses serving them have taken off in a big way in the 21st century. As people have sought ways to enjoy the pleasures of novel takeaway food while improving their health, smoothie and juice bars have become widespread, with thousands set up across the USA and beyond.

While most food franchises appeal to the traditional takeaway market, with foods that are high in fat, salt, and carbohydrates, smoothie and juice bars are built on a very different sort of demand and cater to a very different customer base. Their customers are more likely to be seen in a Whole Foods store or a gym than a burger joint. Like any food outlet, they’re offering flavor, novelty, and convenience, but they’re also selling something more – health. Offering a way for customers to consume their way to a healthier life, smoothie and juice bars make it easier to be and feel healthy.

Part of their appeal is that they provide tasty solutions for a range of different wellness goals. There are drinks to support detoxification, energy boosting, immune support, and a host of other goals. Dieticians and gym instructors have recommended them as part of weight loss programs. There are a growing variety of products for all these aims, such as juice shots and the thicker smoothie bowls.

A broadening range of ingredients has added to the menu, incorporating vegetables, herbs, and spices as well as the more common fruits, and with supplements and superfoods playing an increasingly prominent part. Concerns about the sugar content of smoothies has pushed the most health-conscious consumers toward the novel end of the menu, as well as encouraging the growth of cold press juice, which uses different processes to achieve a lower sugar content.

This has added up to a good few years for the US juice and smoothie bar industry, which grew on average by 1.3% per year from 2015 to 2019. With a market size of $3 billion and 77,260 employees in 7,952 businesses, it’s an appealing area to get into. Several of the most prominent juice chains, such as Smoothie King and Jamba, are driven by franchising, allowing independent operators to buy into high visibility brands.

Americans are the biggest consumers of smoothies in the world, due to a society that is at once both consumer driven and increasingly health conscious. A survey of 30,000 consumers showed that 88% of those engaged in health and wellness activities are willing to spend more for nutritional foods and beverages. Unlike many other food franchises, smoothie and juice outlets don’t have to focus on keeping prices down to keep their customers.

One option to ensure a good customer base is for juice and smoothie bars to set up in or near fitness clubs and sports centers. This allows them to target a specific market sector in a way that few other franchises can.

Like all food businesses, juice and smoothie bars initially faced problems during the COVID-19 pandemic. 62% of those who responded to a Goodnature survey reported a drop in sales in late March. But even at that early stage, 17% said that they had seen an increase in sales. While apparently going against wider trends, this reflected the concerns of many consumers.

Health concerns over COVID led some consumers to spend more on health foods. Sales of organic food and drinks rose 25% in the 17 weeks to the end of June, driven by a desire for healthier eating to increase health, boost immune systems, and improve the chances of surviving an infection. This shift benefited some juice and smoothie chains. For example, Clean Juice announced the establishment of nine new outlets in August, while COVID was still raging wildly in many parts of America.

As food providers, juice and smoothie bars were often able to stay open during pandemic restrictions. Like other food providers, they leaned more heavily into takeaway and delivery options to keep business going, while focusing on increased hygiene and communication to make their businesses safe and ensure that customers felt secure.

Despite the impact of COVID and the subsequent economic downturn, the global smoothie market is expected to grow over the next few years, with a projected 7.7% growth by 2027, and stronger growth in the fruit-based part of the market than in dairy products. There’s arguably never been a better time to enter this sector, with vaccinations promising a return to something like business as usual, but with consumers still focused on their health and willing to spend more on it.

The clear market gap between juice and smoothie bars and other eateries has started to erode. Other food providers increasingly offer smoothies among their options, trying to lure people away. But this shift works in both directions, and some smoothie and juice bars have been able to increase their business by offering other foods for healthy eaters on the move. By opening up more options for juice bars, this has the potential to strengthen their expansion during an economic recovery.


Waffles

Belgian waffles tend to be bigger and thicker with deeper grids meant to hold even more syrup, butter, and cream, so that right there is reason enough to avoid choosing this as a breakfast option when you find yourself out to eat at a diner. Plus, they often get loaded with sugar and sweet batters, so they can go from bad to worse. They're also loaded with simple carbs, which makes them too easy to digest and not very promising when it comes to keeping you full and focused.


Four classic pisco cocktail Recipes:

The Pisco Sour
Recipe from Raymi, New York

2 ounces pisco
1 ounce fresh lime juice
1 ounce simple syrup
1 ounce egg white
Angostura bitters

Add pisco, lime juice, simple syrup and egg white to cocktail shaker. Dry shake to emulsify egg white. Add six ice cubes and vigorously shake for 15 seconds. Double strain and garnish cocktail with dashes of Angostura bitters.

Pisco Punch
Recipe from Raymi, New York

2 ounces pisco
1/2 ounce fresh lemon juice
3/4 ounce pineapple simple syrup
3/4 ounce simple syrup
1 dash orange bitters

Add all ingredients to cocktail shaker with ice. Shake for 15 seconds. Double strain into an Old Fashioned glass filled with ice. Garnish with an orange twist.

El Capitán
Recipe from Raymi, New York

2 ounces pisco
1 ounce sweet vermouth
2 dashes Angostura bitters

Add all ingredient to mixing glass with ice. Stir for 20 seconds. Strain into a coupe glass and garnish with a lemon twist.

The Chilcano
Recipe from Raymi, New York

2 ounces pisco
1/2 ounce fresh lime juice
1/4 ounce fresh ginger juice
3/4 ounce simple syrup
ginger ale
Angostura bitters

Add pisco, lime juice, ginger juice and simple syrup to cocktail shaker. Add 2 ice cubes and shake. Double strain into Collins glass and top with ginger ale. Garnish with a dash of Angostura bitters and a lime wheel.

Some historical facts & dates obtained from "Pisco Punch and Pisco Sour: Two Famous Cocktails" by Jose Antonio Schiaffino, which was published as an appendix in the Pisco Porton book. Schiaffino is an author, professor and owner of the Lima restaurant Malabar.


Perfect Lemon Bars


This is a lemon bar recipe for lemon lovers – and it just might be the only one you’ll ever need. It has a filling that is nice and thick, a great lemon flavor and a beautiful silky texture. The lemon custard is sitting on top of a layer of tender shortbread crust that is thick enough to hold up to it without getting soggy, even if you are planning to take the bars to a picnic the next day. These really are the perfect lemon bars because they are bursting with lemon flavor and are incredibly easy to make.

Many lemon bar recipes use sour cream or milk to round out the flavor of the filling and give it more body. This makes for a tasty lemon bar, but it also mellows the natural zestiness of the lemon a little bit. My favorite lemon curd recipe isn’t cut with butter or any other fat (besides the egg that thickens it) and it has plenty of body – and the filling for these bars works the same way. With just lemon juice, sugar and eggs you get a fantastic result.

You need to use fresh lemon juice to get the best results for this recipe, as store-bought lemon juice just doesn’t have the same brightness as a freshly juiced lemon. You’ll also want a little bit of fresh lemon zest to add to the crust, to give the bars a little extra lemon. Serve these bars chilled or at room temperature, and dust them with a little bit of confectioners’ sugar just before serving to give them a beautiful finished look.

Perfect Lemon Bars
Crust
1 1/2 cups all purpose flour
1/3 cup sugar
1/4 tsp salt
1 tbsp lemon zest
1/2 cup butter, room temperature

Filling
4 large eggs
1 1/3 cups sugar
1 cup lemon juice, freshly squeezed and strained

Preheat oven to 350F. Line 9×9-inch baking pan with aluminum foil.
Make the crust. In a large bowl, whisk together flour, sugar, salt and lemon zest. Cut butter into chunks and add to flour mixture. Blend in with an electric mixer at low speed until mixture forms coarse, sandy crumbs. Pour into pan and press mixture down (with your fingers or the back of a spoon) into an even layer.
Bake for 16-19 minutes, until just lightly browned around the edges.

While crust is baking, make filling. Whisk together all filling ingredients in a large bowl.
When the crust comes out of the oven and is still hot, pour in filling mixture.
Bake for about 20 minutes, or until filling is just set (it will still jiggle when the pan is gently moved). Filling will continue to set as the crust cools.
When bars are completely cooled, refrigerate for at least 1 hour before slicing.
Top slices with confectioners’ sugar to serve.


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Carnival cruise drink recipes

Note: Ingredients are measured in fluid ounces ["fl oz"] - 1 US fluid ounce equals 30 ml.

Carnival "FUN SHIP" recipe

Carnival "THE FUN SHIP" recipe of the DOD (drink of the day) on the first day of your sailing:1oz Amaretto Almond Liqueur

  • 1oz Rum
  • 1oz Vodka
  • 1/2oz Pineapple Juice
  • 1/2oz Orange Juice
  • 1/2oz Lime Juice
  • 1/4oz Apricot Brandy
  • 1 splash grenadine syrup
  • (variation) - "Apricot Brandy, Light Rum, Amaretto, Almond Liqueur, Mango Liqueur, Grenadine Syrup, Orange Juice, Pineapple Juice".

Carnival "MARDI GRAS" recipe

  • 0,1oz lemon juice
  • 2oz dark rum
  • 6oz Hawaiian Punch
  • 1tsp sugar.
  • The hurricane glass preparation - dip the rim first in lemon juice, then in sugar. The drink itself - shake well with lots of ice, garnish with an orange slice. Enjoy it by thinking of the Fat Carnival Fun, and not necessarily on Thursday.

"THE CRUISER" recipe

  • 1 1/4oz coconut rum
  • 3oz orange juice
  • 2oz pineapple juice
  • cocktail shaker half-filled with ice cubes, strain into a highball glass filled with ice cubes.

"CARNIVAL COSMO" recipe

  • 1 3/4oz 42 Below PassionFruit Vodka
  • 3/4oz Triple Sec /orange-flavored liqueur/
  • 1oz Cranberry Juice, Lime Juice, Cotton Candy, Cherry
  • "mix in a cocktail shaker with crushed ice, strain into a cocktail glass".

"Tropical Lifesaver" recipe

  • 1/2oz Bacardi Select Rum
  • 1/2oz Bacardi Light Rum
  • 1/4oz Vodka Finlandia
  • 1/4oz DeKuyper-Banana Liqueur
  • 1/4oz coconut cream
  • 1 1/2oz pineapple juice
  • 1 1/2oz orange juice
  • dash grenadine, ice.

"Mexican Mama" recipe

  • 1oz Sauza Tequila
  • 1/2oz DeKuyper /Apricot Brandy/
  • 3oz fruit punch
  • 1/2oz coconut cream
  • dash grenadine, ice, garnish orange slice.

"Acapulco Gold" recipe

  • 3/4oz Tequila
  • 3/4oz Bacardi Rum
  • 1/2oz grapefruit juice
  • 1/2oz coconut cream
  • x1oz - pineapple & orange juice
  • blend, pour over ice, garnish pineapple slice.

Carnival "Coco Loco" recipe

  • 1/2oz Sauza Tequila
  • 1/2oz Gin
  • 1/2oz Bacardi Light Rum
  • 2 oz pineapple juice
  • 1oz coconut cream
  • ice, garnish pineapple slice.

"Dirty Banana" recipe

  • 1oz Creme de Banana (DeKuyper)
  • 1oz Creme de Cacao (DeKuyper)
  • 1oz Kahlua (coffee-flavored liqueur)
  • 2scoops vanilla icecream.

"Agave Pineapple Tea" recipe

  • 1/2oz Milagro Tequila
  • 1/2oz Gin
  • 1/2oz Vodka
  • 1/2oz Light Rum
  • 1/2oz Pineapple Juice
  • 1oz Lemonade
  • Mix together, pour over ice, top with a splash of soda, garnish with a pineapple slice.

The Carnival "Miami Vice" recipe

  • 5oz Bacardi 151
  • 1 pckg Frozen Pina Colada Mix
  • 1 pckg Frozen Daiquiri Mix
  • Mix the pina colada with 2,5oz rum & ice, mix the daiquiri with 2,5oz rum/ice, add the pina colada to a cocktail glass, then add the daiquiri on top.

"Peach Pleasures" recipe

  • 1oz DeKuyper /Peachtree Schnapps/
  • 1/2oz DeKuyper /Sloe Gin/
  • 3oz orange juice
  • ice, float the grenadine, garnish with a cherry.

Carnival "Kiss on the Lips" recipe

  • 1 or 1 1/2oz Peach Schnapps
  • 4-6oz mango puree
  • 1 tbsp grenadine syrup
  • Mix schnapps/mango/ice, add grenadine, pour in a highball glass filled with ice, garnish with pineapple slice/cherry.

Carnival "Cosmopolitan" recipe

  • 1 3/4oz Passion Fruit Vodka
  • 3/4oz Triple Sec (orange-flavored liqueur)
  • 1oz Cranberry Juice
  • 1oz Lime Juice
  • 1 Cherry
  • Cotton Candy
  • Blend all but the cotton candy/cherry, put cotton candy in a martini glass (cherry on top), pour the ingredients over the top.

Carnival "Beachcomber" recipe

  • 1 1/4oz Smirnoff Vodka
  • 1/4oz Captain Morgan coconut rum
  • 1/2oz pineapple juice
  • 1/4oz orange juice
  • 1slice orange
  • blend all, shake with ice, serve in an ice-filled glass, garnish with an orange slice.

Carnival "Caribbean Breeze" recipe

  • 1oz Bacardi Rum
  • 1/4oz DeKuyper /Creme de Banana/
  • 1/4oz DeKuyper /Apricot Brandy/
  • 1oz orange juice
  • 3/4oz pineapple juice
  • 3/4oz coconut cream
  • 1/4oz grenadine
  • ice, garnish pineapple slice.

"Goombay Smash" recipe

  • 3/4oz Bacardi Spice Rum
  • 1/2oz Bacardi Light Rum
  • 1/4oz DeKuyper /Apricot Brandy/
  • 1/2oz coconut cream
  • 2oz pineapple juice
  • ice, garnish with orange or pineapple slice.

"Ultimate Suntan" recipe

  • 1oz Bacardi Rum
  • 1/4oz DeKuyper /Creme de Banana/
  • 1/4oz DeKuyper /Apricot Brandy/
  • 1 1/2oz sweet-sour mix
  • 1 1/2 orange juice
  • ice, float grenadine, garnish orange slice.

"HURRICANE WAVE" recipe

  • 1oz coconut rum
  • 1/2oz peach schnapps
  • 3 1&frasl3oz pineapple juice
  • 3 1&frasl3oz orange juice
  • 1/2oz grenadine
  • garnish with a slice of peach, on ice cubes.

"Smooth Sailing"

  • 1oz Vodka Finlandia
  • 1/2oz DeKuyper /Peachtree Schnapps/
  • 3oz orange juice
  • float grenadine, ice, garnish lime wheel.

"Shark Bite" recipe

  • 1/2oz Vodka Finlandia
  • 1/2oz DeKuyper /Blue Curacao/
  • 1/2oz DeKuyper /Triple Sec/
  • 3oz sweet-sour mix
  • pour over ice, garnish with a lemon wedge.

"Yellow Bird" recipe

  • 1oz Bacardi Light Rum
  • 1/4oz Galliano
  • 1/4oz DeKuyper /Creme de Banana/
  • 2oz orange juice
  • ice, garnish orange slice and cherry.

"Riviera Delight" recipe

  • 3/4oz Melon Liqueur
  • 1/4oz Vodka
  • 1/4oz Bacardi Light
  • 1/4oz Amaretto (almond-flavored liqueur)
  • 2&1/2oz Sweet & Sout
  • 1/2oz Pineapple Juice
  • Blend together, pour over ice, garnish with orange slice/cherry.

"The Bushwacker" recipe

  • 3/4oz Dark Rum
  • 3/4oz Vodka
  • 3/4oz Creme de Coco
  • 3/4oz Frangelica
  • 3/4oz Kahlua
  • 3/4oz Rum Cream
  • 3/4oz Coconut Milk
  • Blend all together with ice, sprinkle a dash of nutmeg on top.

"Mexican Mama" recipe

  • 1oz Sauza Tequila
  • 1/2oz Apricot Brandy (DeKuyper)
  • 3oz fruit punch
  • 1/2oz coconut cream
  • 1dash grenadine
  • blend all, pour over ice, garnish with a slice of orange.

"Tropical Temper" recipe

  • 1oz Vodka Finlandia
  • 1/2oz DeKuyper /Melon Liqueur/
  • 3oz orange juice
  • ice, garnish lime wheel.

"Caribbean Manhattan" recipe

  • 2oz Bourbon
  • 3/4oz Sweet Vermouth
  • 3/4oz spiced brown sugar
  • 2 dashes aromatic bitters
  • shake all together with ice and strain into a cocktail glass (chilled) garnish with a cherry, then serve.

"By the Pool" recipe

  • 3/4oz DeKuyper /Midori/
  • 3/4oz DeKuyper /Peachtree Schnapps/
  • 1 1/2oz orange juice
  • 1 1/2oz Sprite
  • ice, garnish orange slice.

"Emerald Mine" recipe

  • 3/4oz Blue Curacao liqueur (DeKuyper)
  • 3/4oz Vodka
  • x1oz pineapple & orange juice
  • 1/4oz coconut cream
  • blend with 5oz ice.

"Twilight Zone" recipe

  • 1oz Bacardi Light Rum
  • 1/2oz Melon Liqueur
  • 1 & 1/2oz coconut cream, blend all with 5oz ice, then float Blue Curacao (DeKuyper) over the top.

"Havana Delight" recipe

  • 3/4oz Bacardi Rum
  • 3/4oz Kaluha (coffee-flavored liqueur)
  • 1 1/2oz coconut cream, blend with 5oz ice.

"Tipsy Turtle" recipe

  • 1oz Bacardi Rum
  • 1/2oz DeKuyper /Midori/
  • 2oz pineapple juice
  • 1oz sweet-sour mix
  • ice, garnish pineapple slice.

"Caribbean Colada" recipe

  • 2oz Bacardi Superior Rum
  • 3oz fresh pineapple juice
  • 1/2oz coconut cream (Coco Lopez)
  • 4dash aromatic bitters (Angostura)
  • 1pinch salt.

"Purple Sky" recipe

  • 1oz Vodka Finlandia
  • 1/2oz DeKuyper /Raspberry Liqueur/
  • 1oz sweet-sour mix
  • 2oz pineapple juice
  • ice, garnish pineapple slice.

"Mango Magic" (rum) recipe

  • 1oz Cruzan Mango
  • 1oz Captain Morgan Spiced
  • 1oz Vitality Lemonade
  • 2oz Vitality Mango
  • 2 mint leaves
  • 1 1/4oz Simple Syrup.

"Fresh Italian" recipe

  • 1 1/4oz Cruzan Vanilla
  • 1 1/4oz Aperol
  • 1/4oz Orange Juice
  • 1/2oz Vitality Lemonade mix
  • 1/2oz Simple Syrup.

"Mango Colada" recipe

  • 5oz Bacardi 151 Rum
  • 1 package frozen Mango mix
  • 1 package frozen Pina Colada mix
  • mix the pina colada with 2,5oz rum and ice, then set aside. Mix the mango with 2,5oz rum and ice while frozen, add the pina colada mix into a cocktail glass, then the mango on top, (separated), and garnish with cherry and pineapple wedge serve with a straw.

"Mocha Chocolate Getaway" recipe

  • 3/4oz Dark Rum
  • 3/4oz Irish Cream
  • 1/4oz Kahlua
  • 1/4 Butescotch Schnapps
  • 2 1/2oz Ice Cream mix
  • Chocolate Syrup
  • line the inside of a glass with the chocolate syrup combine in blender all the ingredients and blend with ice, till smooth top with whipped Irish cream and cherry.

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What is Sorrel Drink?

Although sorrel is mostly enjoyed during the holidays, I think this is the perfect time to get acquainted with this drink.

Sorrel Drink is dark red, a little sour, with a raspberry-like flavor made from the petals of sorrel plant (flor de Jamaica)” or hibiscus plant flower as popularly known in West Africa.

In Nigeria, it’s referred to as Zobo drink, in Jamaica and throughout the Caribbean Island it’s known as Sorrel Drink. You can get the tea version in your grocery store, labeled hibiscus tea.

What are the Benefits of Drinking Sorrel?

It’s a fairly nutritional drink, rich in Vitamin A&C, magnesium, calcium, and potassium- however, that’s not its selling point. The Benefits may lure you in, but the taste will keep you coming back for more.


Cheers to Facebook Fans’ Top 5 Holland America Line Cocktails

From Mixs’ Martinis, Champagne and Spirits & Ales bars, to the Ocean Bar, Silk Den and Crow’s Nest, there are a variety of venues on each ship that serve an even greater variety of cocktails.

Whether you like your drinks fruity and frozen or smoky and smooth, there’s something for everyone on a Holland America Line cruise. And you can even order your favorites in advance with our Indulgence packages.

We asked Holland America Line’s Facebook fans to name their favorite cocktails found onboard, and the results were diverse. Here are the top five mentioned drinks and their recipes so you can make them at home.

From left: Wang Wang, Blue Glacier Martini and Sunsicle.

Glass:
Pint glass

Ingredients:
.25 oz rum
.25 oz vodka
.25 oz gin
.25 oz tequila
.25 oz Scotch
.25 oz Burbon
.25 oz brandy
1.5 oz orange juice
1.5 pineapple juice
dash of grenadine

Garnish:
Orange slice and cherry

Directions:
Fill pint glass with ice. Pour the ingredients into the pint glass and pack with ice. Top if off with a dash of grenadine. Add the garnish of the orange slice and cherry.

BLUE GLACIER MARTINI

Glass:
Martini glass

Ingredients:
2 lemon wedges
1.5 oz vodka
.25 oz Blue Curacao
1.5 oz sour mix

Garnish:
Lemon wedge
Half sugar rim

Directions:
In a cocktail shaker, hand press the lemon wedges with muddler. Pack with ice to the top, then shake and strain into a martini glass. Rim half of the glass with sugar and add lemon wedge.

Glass:
Pint glass

Ingredients:
2 orange wedges
1.5 oz vanilla rum
1 oz sour mix
2 oz orange juice
1 oz soda

Directions:
In a cocktail shaker, hand press the orange wedges with muddler. Pack with ice to the top and shake & strain into a pint glass.

Glass:
Martini glass

Ingredients:
2 lemon wedges
1.5 oz vodka
.5 oz triple sec
1.5 oz sour mix

Garnish:
Lemon wedge

Directions:
In a cocktail shaker, hand press the lemon wedges with muddler. Pack with ice to the top and shake & strain into a sugar rimmed martini glass. Garnish with lemon wedge.

Glass:
Old fashioned

Ingredients:
2 orange wedges
1.5 oz gin
.5 oz sweet vermouth
.5 oz Campari
1 oz soda

Garnish:
A strip of lemon zest

Directions:
In a cocktail shaker, hand press orange wedge with a muddler. Pack with ice to the top and add all other ingredients. Shake & pour into an old fashioned glass with a strip of lemon zest for garnish.

Are any of the above drinks your favorite? If not, which ones do you like best onboard?


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