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Sweet or Sour?

The big questions of life, like whether sweet or sour flavours are better, can cause significant differences of opinion. Bread and jam or bread and ham? Chocolate or crisps? A sweet prosecco cocktail or a beer? Here at ADO, our team members have a variety of snacking preferences, so we wanted to avoid this fundamental debate. That’s why we decided to find two different refreshing drinks for you to try. There’s no harm in trying, so why not try both?

 

 

 

Pimp your prosecco

This sparkling beverage continues to enjoy great popularity. At your next party, birthday, christening or girls’ night, why not simply set up a little ‘Pimp Your Prosecco Bar’? That way, all of your guests will be able to create a drink they like.



You will need:
- Prosecco
- Fruit (e.g., strawberries, blueberries, lemon, figs)
- Mint
- Elderberry syrup
- Aperol

 

Decorations:
- Brightly coloured straws
- Preserving jars
- Washi tape
- A wine crate
- Baking parchment
- A picture frame

Herbal Lemonade

If you’ve had enough of prosecco-based cocktails, here is an herbal alternative. Not only is it refreshing, it’s awfully healthy as well. If you pour the drink into an attractive bottle and wrap it up in fabric, it will also make a personal gift for your guests, or even for your host.

Here’s how to make it:
- 2 sprigs of rosemary
- 1 sprig of thyme
- 2 sprigs of mint
- 10 sage leaves
- 10 basil leaves
- The juice of four lemons
- Maple syrup or sugar
- 1 litre of cold sparkling water

Briefly bring the juice of the pressed lemons and the maple syrup or sugar to the boil. Then add the herbs and leave them to soak in the liquid for at least 30 minutes. Then dilute to taste with ice cold sparkling water and add ice cubes.

 
Decorations:
- Decorative glass bottles
- Piece of fabric
- Ribbons
- Tags

Did you know?

We tend to automatically reach out for the sage and the mint for coughs and hoarseness. But did you know that thyme has healing properties – in addition to the wonderful flavour it adds to food. The herb is particularly good for the respiratory tract and bronchial tubes because it has anti-inflammatory and phlegm-thinning properties.

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