This pineapple shrub infused with sage and lightly sweetened with honey is my new favorite shrub. And when you top it with sparkling water it’s effervescent and refreshing. It’s the perfect summer cocktail with a little gin or vodka. And absolutely delicious as is on its own as a mocktail.
The post is in partnership with LaCroix. You know, la-croy. As in it rhymes with enjoy. I’m proud to partner with LaCroix because they’re doing things right and they’re making this pineapple shrub taste extra fine.
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How to make a pineapple shrub.
This shrub is ever so sweet and infused with herbal notes of sage. This strawberry shrub with chamomile is a similar flavor profile you might also enjoy. And this fermented pineapple drink is another fun option you should explore. If you’ve never made a shrub before you’ll find they’re incredibly easy. There are several methods that you can use, but this pineapple shrub recipes used a cooked method.
Shrubs are light syrups made out of fruit and preserved with vinegar. They’re an old school mixologist favorite who’ve made a strong comeback in the last several years as a cocktail ingredient as well as a mocktail option.
They’re complex, yet very simple. First you simmer the fruit with water. Then you sweeten it with honey (or your favorite preferred sweetener). And then you strain and add apple cider vinegar. Cool, and serve responsibly.
A honey sweetened pineapple shrub infused with sage. An unexpected combination that is bright and bold. A naturally refined-sugar free cocktail or mocktail. Any leftover pineapple shrub will keep for up to a week in an airtight container stored in the refrigerator. As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I may earn a small percentage from qualifying purchases.
Pineapple Shrub with Sage and Honey
A honey sweetened pineapple shrub infused with sage. An unexpected combination that is bright and bold. A naturally refined-sugar free cocktail or mocktail.
Any leftover pineapple shrub will keep for up to a week in an airtight container stored in the refrigerator.
As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I may earn a small percentage from qualifying purchases.
This post is in partnership with LaCroix Water; all opinions are my own.
I love this, and your photos are perfection.