Sorrel Tonic Mojito Infused Water


How to make Sorrel

Cool off with this refreshing infused water drink! It’s made with a sorrel simple syrup, tonic water, fresh cucumbers, and pineapple.  Our Sorrel Tonic Mojito Infused Water will be one drink you’ll want to have again and again during the warmer weather. 

How to make Sorrel Tonic Mojito Infused Water

Sorrel Tonic Mojito Infused Water

With Spring just around the corner, I am thinking it’s a good idea to get myself geared up for warmer weather. And nothing makes me feel like warmer weather than sipping on a delicious and refreshing drink. I created the Sorrel Tonic Refresher Mocktail with everybody in mind. By that, I mean this delightfully yummy drink is alcohol-free but it has the feel and taste of a light and refreshing cocktail. The foundation of this spritely sipper is the homemade sorrel infused simple syrup I prepared in short order and with a few ingredients. You will also find the fizz of tonic water, thin planks of cucumbers, and fresh pineapple in this tall liquid beauty. In the end, all of the ingredients come together to make this Sorrel Tonic Refresher Mocktail a certified hit!

Essential Homemade Cocktail Infusions

The homemade sorrel infused simple syrup is where the magic for this mocktail begins and here are the ingredients:

How to make Sorrel Infused Simple Syrup

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup alkaline water
  • 1 cup raw sugar
  • 5-6 sorrel leaves, rinsed in warm water and torn apart
  • 1/2 tbsp whole cloves
  • 2 cinnamon sticks
  • zest from a navel orange

Directions:

Into a small stockpot over med/high heat add a single cup of alkaline water with one cup of raw sugar. Add several washed sorrel leaves torn into pieces, a couple of wedges of fresh-cut pineapple, whole cloves, cinnamon sticks, and orange zest. Bring the mixture to a roiling boil for two minutes then remove the pot from direct heat. Cover the pot with a tight-fitting lid, allow the mixture to steep overnight for best results. Strain through a fine-mesh sieve into a Mason jar, screw on the lid and cool in the fridge until the Sorrel Infused Simple Syrup is thoroughly chilled. Use as needed. Store in the fridge for up to 30-days.

The Best Infused Mocktail

Add one or two tablespoons of the Sorrel Infused Simple Syrup into a glass over ice.

The Best Infused Mocktail

Next, top the mocktail off with your favorite tonic water. Using a long-handled bar-spoon give the mocktail few turns. Garnish wiht slices of fresh cucumber and thin slabs of pineapple.

The Best Infused Mocktail

Light, low-cal, and rejuvenating, that’s our Sorrel Tonic Refresher Mocktail!

How to make Sorrel Tonic Mojito Infused Water

Ingredients:

  • ice
  • 1-2 tablespoons sorrel infused simple syrup
  • tonic water, chilled
  • cucumber, sliced
  • fresh pineapple, cut into thin slabs

Glass Style and Equipment:

Directions:

  1. This drink is built directly in the glass. Fill a Mojito glass 3/4 full with ice, add the sorrel infused simple syrup, top off with tonic water.
  2. Give the drink a couple of turns with a long-handled bar spoon.
  3. Add a couple slices of fresh cucumber and long thin slabs of pineapple.
  4. Serve and cheers!

The Best Infused Mocktail

From Tat: I seriously love this drink. One of my good friends makes a fantastic Sorrel drink, so I was craving something similar. This is a refreshing drink, and with summer around the corner, it will be a great way to cool down! 

Cool off with this refreshing infused water drink! It's made with a sorrel simple syrup, tonic water, fresh cucumbers, and pineapple.  Our Sorrel Tonic Mojito Infused Water will be one drink you'll want to have again and again during the warmer weather.

 

Sorrel Tonic Mojito Infused Water

Sorrel Tonic Mojito Infused Water

Ingredients

  • ice
  • 1-2 tablespoons sorrel infused simple syrup
  • tonic water, chilled
  • cucumber, sliced
  • fresh pineapple, cut into thin slabs
  • Glass Style and Equipment:

Instructions

  • This drink is built directly in the glass. Fill a Mojito glass 3/4 full with ice, add the sorrel infused simple syrup, top off with tonic water.
  • Give the drink a couple of turns with a long-handled bar spoon.
  • Add a couple slices of fresh cucumber and long thin slabs of pineapple.
  • Serve and cheers!
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    1 Comment

    1. January 26, 2018
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      When I saw the word sorrel, I originally thought it was our Caribbean sorrel, but it’s different. Still sounds delicious regardless. I have my own originally sorrel that I plan on posting soon as well.

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