Disclosure: This recipe was made for a recipe contest sponsored by Cape Cod Select Cranberries. All opinions are my own, I never feature a brand that I don't love!
Having grown up spending my summers on Cape Cod, I was pretty excited to connect with this brand. I was even more excited to find out that I can find them all the way out in Montana.
Cape Cod Select cranberries are fresh from the bog and frozen without preservatives, making a high quality product you can get all year. Plus they're a women-owned family business (4th generation!) and they power their facilities primarily with solar power! It may just be me but I find that this brand of cranberries tastes a bit less tart than other varieties and I absolutely love them! If I can find them in the middle of nowhere Montana, you can probably find them near you too, just take a look here. If by chance, you can't find Cape Cod Select at a store near you, you can order their frozen cranberries online here.
Cranberries are a great source of antioxidants and Vitamin C. Paired with the probiotics in the ginger kombucha, this healthier alternative is the perfect, refreshing summer beverage.
Traditional Moscow Mules are pretty high in sugar. 1 can of ginger beer can have almost as much sugar as a can of coke. This recipe replaces the traditional ginger beer in a Moscow Mule for a lower sugar, probiotic rich ginger kombucha, and it is absolutely delicious. Enjoy!
1/4 cup Cape Cod Select Cranberries
1/3 cup ginger kombucha
1.5 oz (1 shot) vodka
1/2 of a small lime, juiced
1/2 tsp honey
1. Place cranberries in an 8oz rocks glass and muddle with a muddler. (If the cranberries are too hard to mash, place in the microwave for just 15 seconds to soften enough to mash).
2. Add ice to the rim of the glass.
3. Add vodka, kombucha, and honey.
4. Stir and enjoy!
Note: You can omit the vodka and add extra kombucha for an equally delicious non-alcoholic summer beverage.