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Maine Wild Blueberry Shrub

Brewed with Maine wild blueberries, this drinking vinegar can be enjoyed in many a beverage. The sweet and tart shrub is an ode to the classic drink, a mix of vinegar and fresh fruits or botanicals. Sip the blueberry stuff straight in its concentrated form, dilute it with still or sparkling water or blend it into a floral cocktail. We recommend vodka, some St. Germain and a sprig of mint to start.

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Honey Basil Craft Soda, 2 Bottles

Honey Basil Craft Soda, 2 Bottles by Cannonborough Beverage Company on Scoutmob

Fresh Raspberry and Gin Slushies |

The Sarasota 1 large bottle of Moscato or Riesling Wine 1 can of raspberry lemonade concentrate a splash of sprite crushed raspberries mix all ingredients together and enjoy!

from Martha Stewart

Garden Party Ideas

Watermelon-Cucumber Cooler - Strained watermelon and cucumber puree provide the wonderfully thirst-quenching juice for this cooler. Sweeten with honey and add vodka if you like, or enjoy it as a nonalcoholic refresher.

from Anthropologie Blog

Farm-Fresh Friday: Blueberry Hibiscus Mojito

This blueberry hibiscus mojito is a weekend-ready fizz packed with antioxidants to keep us fresh-faced as we sip our way through summer, now on the #AnthroBlog #Anthropologie

from Scoutmob

Craft Cocktail Mixers - Set of 3

A Your Older Brother Cocktail: organic lemon, siberian fir and sweet orange with vodka.

from foodiecrush

Red White and Blue Fruit Salad

Red White and Blue Salad with fresh berries, watermelon and feta on #recipe #summer

from Pinch of Yum

Cinnamon White Russian

Cinnamon White Russian - an easy holiday party drink! Made with vodka, coffee liquor, cream, and 5-minute homemade cinnamon simple syrup. | AbsolutNights, AD

from BuzzFeed

17 Three-Ingredient Cocktails You Should Know How To Make

It's five o'clock somewhere, right? The moscow mule is particularly refreshing on these hot summer days. "17 Three-Ingredient Cocktails You Should Know How To Make"