Sip in the season this Winter Solstice with these magical beverages! From the Candied Orange for positivity and love, the Solstice Old Fashioned for grounding and abundance, and the Evergreen Gimlet to cleanse away 2020 and enhance your intuition for divination for some 2021 goal-setting, I’ve just the winter beverage for you!
Lovely libations for the Wheel of the Year.
Cleanse away 2020 and bring in 2021 with success and renewal with this crisp, seasonal evergreen gimlet. Aligned to the Sun and featuring ingredients like purifying gin (juniper) rosemary, and bayleaf, with the uplifting hint of grapefruit and elderflower liqueur, this is the perfect concoction to celebrate the rebirth of the sunlight, to cleanse away 2020, and invoke 2021 with positivity and success.
Energetic Alignment: Grounding, Protection, Ancestral Connection, Abundance The longest night of the year has bewitched mankind for ages, resulting in various traditions from cultures across the globe. Tune into the ancient power and energetic vibration of the Winter Solstice with this centering, herbal old fashioned. …
Inspired by non-other than the traditional candied orange peel, and with other seasonal flavors like cranberry and rosemary, this sweet yet tart and slightly bitter concoction is an easy way to invoke purification, positivity, and action as the sunlight is once again reborn this Winter Solstice.
Samhain is a time when we begin to turn our intentions inward, and focus on making the home a warm and cozy space. For those looking to do some protective workings around this time, or to add a bit of heat and rejuvenation to their lives, this spicy blood orange margarita should do just the trick.
The hum of bees hangs in the air; flowers, herbs, and gardens are growing; the heat lingers in the afternoon. The longest of day of the year is here, and with it, the turn towards summer! And I think all that heat calls for some refreshing, chilled beverages.
Lavender and chamomile are blooming, strawberries and elder are plentiful. What better way to celebrate the abundance than in food and drink?