How to Make Garden Cocktails

by Corinne Mossati

Garden cocktails can inspire you to drink what you grow, from easy afternoon drinking to sundowners and elegant sippers.

Garden Cocktails Blue Hawaiian Slushie with Pineapple Sage

Photo © The Gourmantic Garden

Long before I started my edible garden, I was developing garden-inspired cocktails and publishing the recipes on my work website Cocktails & Bars. Once I started growing my own edibles, I pushed the cocktail boundaries further using my garden-grown botanicals whether it’s vegetables, fruit, flowers or Australian native plants.

There’s so much pleasure to be derived from drinking what you grow, be it a floral, fruity or savoury cocktail from the garden or a non-alcoholic beverage that is refreshing and delicious at any time of the day.

Want to Know More about How to Make Garden Cocktails?

Contrary to common belief, you don’t need a huge garden to get started in growing your own botanicals. You’ll find more information on how to grow a cocktail garden with an A-Z of 50 botanicals, grow guides, flavour pairings, complete recipes, full page cocktail photographs as well as gardening and cocktailing basics in my 260+ page digital book GROW YOUR OWN COCKTAIL GARDEN available now.


Updated 26 June 2023

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