Blood oranges are known for their deep crimson color and br
They’re also extraordinary and elegant additions to cocktails; they’re one of our favorite fruits to create with. Bonus? Blood oranges pair particularly well with winter herbs like thyme, rosemary, and mint — some of our favorite winter herbs.
Blood orange cocktail recipes are also especially beautiful with their deep red-orange color. Add a pop of herbaceous green, and what more could you want in your hand?
These three blood orange cocktail recipes are on our go-to winter drinking list. They’re beautiful for any occasion, gathering, or solo drink by the fire on a chilly night.
Blood Orange Cocktail with Grapefruit, Rosemary, & Thyme
This Blood Orange Cocktail with Grapefruit recipe is a great one for everyday drinking. It’s simple to make, with a pleasingly bright flavor that feels upscale, yet approachable.
Grapefruit, blood orange, rosemary, and thyme create the main flavors here. Layered over a base of vodka and simple syrup, this cocktail is entirely exciting — and yet so so simple to make.
Blood Orange Negroni with Herb-Infused Vodka
With herb-infused vodka as its base and blood orange juice in the mix, this negroni simply cannot be outdone when it comes to flavor. Oregano, thyme, and rosemary add a subtle warmth to the cocktail, while citrusy-sweet blood orange brightens the flavor profile.
The Blood Orange Negroni with Herb-Infused Vodka Cocktail Recipe is an elegant option for cocktail gatherings, upscale dinners, or winter nights by the fire with a loved one.
Blood Orange Mint Gimlet
Gimlets are cocktails traditionally made of 2 parts gin and 1 part lime juice — and nothing more, according to Raymond Chandler. Of course, we love to make our booze habits a bit more sophisticated.
This blood orange and mint gimlet recipe
Use fresh herb harvests to mix up a particular