Celebrating spring with a festive new cocktail that everyone will enjoy

Although it’s officially spring at the farmhouse, March and April are transitional months for us with their mix of snow, rain and mud. Since spring colors aren’t outside so much, we bring them indoors with colorful flowers. We also punch up the color in our most favorite thing, cocktails!

Inspired by our love for margaritas and the smokey flavor of mezcal, we crafted a delicious Rose Mezcal Paloma to get you through the early days of spring. The hint of smokiness with pink grapefruit and a splash of rose water will have you dreaming of summer evenings on the porch – well, for us at least!

Check out our simple recipe below and happy Friday from the farmhouse. Cheers!

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Rose Mezcal Paloma
  1. Slice a lime wedge and saturate the rim of your glass. Dip rim into rose flavored or regular course salt.
  2. In a shaker combine mezcal or tequila, fresh squeezed pink grapefruit and lime juice, rose water and a few ice cubes. Shake vigorously. Pour mix into glass and garnish with pink grapefruit wedge and edible rose buds or petals.

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