Im sure Im not the first to try this.. I was thinking something summery with Gin and mint maybe? Any thoughts or ideas?
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I think it's like a rhubarb simple syrup, right? Here are a few recipes you could use it in: https://food52.com/recipes..., https://food52.com/recipes..., https://food52.com/recipes..., https://food52.com/recipes...
Its a "drink concentrate"- Havent opened it yet but I imagine its close to a syrup. Thanks:)
Please report back Jennifer, I've been eyeing it, too!
So I opened the bottle up last night and made some simple Rhubarb martinis with Gin and fresh lime juice- 2 oz Gin 2 oz Rhubarb concentrate 1 oz lime. It was sweeter than I expected but all my guests liked it. I prefer a less sweet drink so I wonder if next time I will use less concentrate and maybe a splash of another kind of juice like cranberry or something.
Bummer that it was on the sweeter side. Maybe a twist on a French 75 using the rhubarb in place of the sugar? Using a dry sparking wine in addition to gin might help curb the sweetness.
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