Strawberry Basil Boochtail

August 18, 2020

The fresh combo of strawberry and basil is delicious - add vodka and you've already got the start of a tasty cocktail. We're taking it one step further by mixing in some kombucha. This healthy carbonated beverage makes a lower sugar option as a mixer than most processed juices out there. Plus, all the positive health benefits of kombucha outweigh the booze and make this guilty pleasure less guilty, right? 

Single Serving/Firelight 750 To-Go

  • 3 oz/7 oz vodka
  • 9 oz/18.5 oz strawberry basil kombucha
  • 1.25 tbl/2.5 tbl agave syrup
  • 0.33 c/0.66 c finely cut strawberries
  • 7/14 fresh basil leaves

Add the strawberries, basil and agave syrup to an empty cocktail shaker (no ice) and muddle. Add the vodka and pour into your ice-filled flask. Top with kombucha.  


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