Natural Cocktails: Homemade alcoholic drinks for the real foodie, without dyes, artificial colors, or fake flavors.

GAPS friendly alcohol


Kendahl’s new Real Food Cocktail e-book is perfect for your real food get togethers!  It feels weird to go to the trouble to source sustainable meats, use whole food sweeteners,, and eliminate food dye from our diets just to turn around and ingest who-knows-what at a cocktail party.

Real Food Cocktails shows you step by step how to prepare things like Bitters, Simple Syrup, and Dye Free Cocktail Cherries.  Today Kendahl has offered to share a GAPS friendly Bourbon Sweet Tea Cocktail.


Bourbon Sweet Tea Cocktail (GAPS Friendly)

Sweet Tea Bourbon Cocktail (GAPS)

Sprig of fresh mint

1 ounce Honey Syrup (Below)

2 ounces bourbon

2 ounces black, green or white tea

Muddle the mint, orange slice, and honey syrup in the bottom of a mixing glass. Fill with ice and pour the bourbon and tea over it.

Shake together with ice and then strain into a champagne coupe.


Honey Simple Syrup

¾ cup filtered water
¾ cup raw honey

In a saucepan, heat the water until warm. Remove from heat. Add honey, and stir to combine.
Pour into a pint glass jar, cap tightly, and let cool completely. Honey simple syrup lasts several weeks in the refrigerator.

Isn’t that neat?  go purchase Natural Cocktails today, and learn how to make other real food alcoholic beverages! click here!


Natural Cocktails ebook

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  1. Sounds delish. Seems like it would be good hot too.

  2. Fruyit juice concentrates are something that I have used to sweeten granola.

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