Happy 4th of July! We hope you are spending it with family and friends.  TASTE would like to enhance your experience, as you kick back in your lounge chair or prepare for your holiday party.  Fill that cup with red, white, & blue festivity with our specialty cocktail recipes.

Read on for some tasty 4th of July beverages.

Blueberry Cobbler

A delicious and refreshing summer cocktail based on a “classic”. Created by

We love this cocktail, made by TASTE bartender Tiffany Friday. It’s not only delicious but savory enough to pair well with food—perhaps an assorted local chevre plate? And it’s easy to make into a “mocktail”— just omit the vodka and add more soda for a wonderful non-alcoholic version.


8 (or so) blueberries + 1 more for garnish

1 ounce thyme simple syrup

3/4 ounce fresh squeezed lemon juice

1 1/2 ounces Dry Fly vodka

1 sprig fresh thyme

2-3 ounces soda water

Muddle the 8 (or so) blueberries in the bottom of a Collins glass.

Fill glass with crushed ice. Add syrup, lemon juice and vodka.

Top off with soda water. Garnish with a blueberry and a sprig of


 Farm Connection:

Our favorite blueberries come from Nash’s Organic Produce—


Gingered Berries

TASTE bartender Tiffany Friday took inspiration from artist Eva Isaksen’s work to create this zesty & refreshing summer cocktail.


1 1/4 ounce Plymouth Gin

1 teaspoon ginger simple syrup

1/4 ounce fresh lime juice

4 fresh raspberries

3 ounce ginger beer

Muddle raspberries in mixing tin. Fill tin 3/4 full with ice. Add gin,

ginger syrup and lime. Shake and strain over ice into Collins

glass. Top with ginger beer. Garnish with candied ginger & a

fresh raspberry.


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