Blueberry Sage Spritzers are made for lazy days sitting on the front porch! The combination of fresh blueberries with sage simple syrup gives this drink a refreshing fruity flavor!
Happy December 5th everyone! For those of you who don’t know, today is the anniversary of the day prohibition was repealed. Hallelujah for that! Maybe it’s because my husband is in the liquor industry and this means he has a job, or just because I’m so fond of all different kinds of alcohol, but today is a day to celebrate!
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I couldn’t think of anything better than going a little old and a little outlaw with a simple cocktail that’s pretty kick ass. Mike brought home a couple jars of Junior Johnson’s Blueberry Midnight Moon. OMG kids. This moonshine is great. Don’t let the 100 proof label scare you. It smells like blueberries. Like real blueberries, cause they’re totally in there. Organic, locally sourced beautiful blueberries giving this moonshine the most amazing smell and taste. A big puffy heart to the Junior Johnson team for this one!
The wheels just started turning, I couldn’t just let this moonshine go to waste as shots! (nothing against shots, but we like to be grown up sometimes.) We were trying to come up with something different, and then it hit me. Sage! Mike threw some moonshine over ice, and it did wonders for the harshness vs. straight out of the jar. Smash all those ideas together and you get yourself a Blueberry Sage Spritzer!It’s light. It’s refreshing. And it has enough alcohol to sneak up on you and kick your butt a little. It’s totally a party drink, or you can sip them all day on the porch. I’d never tell you how to drink your booze. Sláinte.
Blueberry Sage Spritzer
- 1 ¼ ounces Junior Johnson Blueberry Midnight Moon
- ¾ ounce sage simple syrup
- Club soda
- Blueberries from the moonshine jar or fresh blueberries for garnish
- Fill a rocks glass or short mason jar with ice.
- Pour Blueberry Midnight Moon and sage simple syrup over the ice.
- Fill glass is club soda, about 4 ounces give or take.
- If desired, add a few blueberries to each glass. Stir and drink.
All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is only an estimate. Each recipe and nutritional value will vary depending on the brands you use, measuring methods and portion sizes per household.