RISE Sip n' Spice and Hibiscus Highball

RISE Sip n’ Spice and Hibiscus Highball

Enjoy these 2 drinks

Sip n’ Spice Ingredients:

  • 2 cinnamon sticks
  • 1.5oz spiced rum
  • 8,5 oa RISE Ginger kombucha
  • 4.25 oz pressed apple juice
  • 1 oz lemon juice
  • 1 tbsp brown sugar
  • 1 tbsp ground cinnamon
  • 1 scoop vanilla ice cream (optional)
  • Ice cubes


Hibiscus Highball Ingredients:

  • Sprig of mint, smacked in your palm to release oils, breathe in the scent, save some for garnish)
  • 1/4 gala apple, peeled (2-3 slices); save an extra slice for garnish
  • Crushed ice
  • 0.5 oz lime juice
  • 4 oz (1/2 cup) RISE Hibiscus & Rose Hips kombucha

The Harrowsmith Team
The Harrowsmith Team

More than 40 years ago, in 1976, James Lawrence pasted together the first edition of Harrowsmith magazine on his kitchen table in rural Ontario. Totally unique, it was the first Canadian magazine to focus on organic living, alternative energy sources, and a country lifestyle. Lawrence’s ode to back-to- the-land virtues quickly attracted legions of fans and soon became Canada’s bible for rural living.

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Posted on Monday, December 24th, 2018
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