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Ayala’s Herbal Water (Sparkling) – Lavender Mint 355ml

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Sparkling Lavender Mint


Aromatic lavender and “just so” spearmint join hints of lemongrass and thyme in a spritzy blend of freshness and bloom with clean undertones.

Sparkling Lavender Mint is the drink to drink when you and/or your favorite dish want to just enjoy the moment…alone or with others!

Receipes

Recipes

Ayala’s Herbal Water offers an array of tastes to be used from cocktail mixers to spritzers to toddies. Here are a few recipes to try.

Mixers
Gin and Ginger

2 oz gin
5 oz Sparkling Ginger Lemon Peel
Ice
Garnish with fresh organic Lemon peel, serve in a highball glass.

Cinnamon Orange Vodka Club

2 oz vodka
5 oz Sparkling Cinnamon Orange Peel
Ice
Garnish with fresh organic Orange Peel, serve in a highball glass.


Lemongrass Mint and Gin

2 oz gin
5 oz Sparkling Lemongrass Mint Vanilla
Ice
Garnish with fresh organic Mint leaves, serve in a highball glass.

Wine Spritzers Red

3 oz Red wine
1 oz Sparkling Cinnamon Orange Peel

White

3 oz White wine
1 oz Sparkling Lemongrass Mint Vanilla or Sparkling Ginger Lemon Peel

Mojito and a Tom Collins Lemongrass Mint Mojito

1 ¼ oz Rum
2 oz Sparkling Lemongrass Mint Vanilla
½ oz Lime Juice
1 tsp sugar
1 Mint leaf

Shake together and pour over ice, serve in a collins glass, and garnish with a fresh organic mint leaf.

Ginger Lemon Vodka Collins

2 oz vodka
1 tsp sugar (powdered)
½ lemon
Shake together and strain out lemon. Pour into a collins glass over ice and fill to the top with chilled Sparkling Ginger Lemon Peel. Garnish with an organic lemon slice and a cherry.

Ginger Lemon Saki

Ginger Lemon Peel with saki and some Lychee juice

Ingredients

Ingredients How It Works
Lavender (Lavandula)
Lavender (Lavandula) is a Mediterranean plant, long and widely valued for its clean, fresh, and wonderful scent. Lavender’s beautiful soft-purple color is also featured decoratively in gardens and floral arrangements.
This Mediterranean herb’s name comes from the Latin lavare, which means to wash. Indeed, the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans used lavender for washing. Today, the scent of lavender is often found in soaps and cleaning products as well as in confectionary and pastry.
Mint (Mentha viridis)
The Mentha family is made up of many species, including some of the most well-known and beloved culinary herbs such as basil, thyme, and oregano. In Ayala’s Herbal Water, we chose spearmint (Mentha spicata) for its refreshing quality and distinctive aroma. Spearmint, named for its pointed leaf tips, grows in most temperate climates and is native to most of Europe and southwest Asia.
Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus)
Native to Southeast Asia, lemongrass (Cymbopogon) thrives in a warm, sunny, and humid climate. Lemongrass has an excessively pleasing, citrusy, and flowery aroma.
Thyme (Thymus vulgaris)
As a perennial plant native to Europe and Asia, thyme is a favored ingredient due to its distinctive, penetrating, powerful, yet delicate flavor. There are hundreds of varieties of thyme with unique flavors and aromas. Common thyme (Thymus vulgaris) is used as a culinary herb and has a wooded stem with paired leaves.
 

Ayala’s Herbal Water is the first certified organic flavored water that’s made from all organic ingredients and available nationwide.

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