5 Delicious Healthy Cocktails

Everyone enjoys a cocktail every now and again. What better way to have an excuse to go out with friends or celebrate a special occasion. Although delicious, what goes into a cocktail is not always the best for us. We all know what happens when we drink one too many. Q Soo Tonics are delicious drinking vinegars that offer immune and digestive support.Using our tonics are great way to change up your cocktail routine. Here are some recipes for cocktails that pack some awesome ingredients to keep you going long after the party stops. 

1. Strawberry Grapefruit Paloma

Our Citrus Grapefruit Tonic is perfect in a Paloma the national cocktail of Mexico. For a super refreshing cocktail with the benefits of drinking vinegar.


2. Ginger Lime Moscow Mule

Everyone loves a good Moscow Mule; something about that copper glass makes it taste extra great. Our Ginger Lime Tonic makes it easy to create a healthier version of a Moscow Mule at home.

  • 1 oz of Purely Ginger Lime
  • 2 oz vodka
  • Top with ginger beer for an extra ginger kick or with lemon lime soda
  • Garnish with a lime wedge and you're all set! 

3. Pau Hana Pineapple Cocktail

Pau Hana time in Hawaiian translates into "time after work" and is when people gather to relax after a long day. Bring the spirit of the islands with you, with this pineapple cocktail.

Top with pineapple juice
Garnish with pineapple slices or leaves! 

4.  Horse's Neck

A new way with ginger based cocktails. Horse's neck gets it's name from the twisted lemon coil featured in the drink. Don't let the odd name fool you this a delicious uncommon drink great for impressing company.


Top with ginger ale and garnish with lemon peel!

5. Ginger Lime Basil Mojito

Mojito's are one of the most refreshing cocktails and for good reason. There is a fantastic balance of sour and sweet flavors that can't be beat. Our Ginger Lime Concentrate makes a great mojito! 


Top with tonic or soda water.
Don't forget the basil to garnish!

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