Cherry Mint Lemonade

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Cherry Mint Lemonade
Cherry Mint Lemonade

A refreshing sweet and sour drink with a slight fizz and a lovely mint flavor! Great for children and grownups with a gorgeous deep red color and packed with freshly squeezed lemon juice, ripe cherries and garden grown mint.

*Also- would be double trouble delicious in an “adult” version with a few glug, glugs of cold vodka!

Cherry Mint Lemonade, serves 8
-2 cups cherries
-6 large lemons
-1/2 cup Mint Simple Syrup
-1 Liter Club Soda, chilled
-Fresh mint for garnish

Pit the cherries and set aside.

Cherry Mint Lemonade

Place the cherries into a blender and puree until you have a pretty smooth cherry puree.

Cherry Mint Lemonade

Cherry Mint Lemonade

Juice the 6 lemons into a pitcher or bowl, straining for seeds.

Cherry Mint Lemonade

Add the cherry puree to the lemon juice.

Add the Mint Simple Syrup.

Mint Simple Syrup

In a large serving pitcher, add two stalks of fresh mint and lots of ice.

Cherry Mint Lemonade

Pour the combination of lemon juice, cherry puree and mint simple syrup over the ice.

Cherry Mint Lemonade

Fill the rest of the pitcher with the club soda and stir to combine before serving.

Cherry Mint Lemonade

Garnish each glass with a sprig of fresh mint.

Cherry Mint Lemonade

Cherry Mint Lemonade

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  1. jenjenk says:

    How refreshing for summer!! Love it!!

  2. Katie Compton says:

    I am definitely making this soon :)

  3. Katrina says:

    This sounds perfect for the hot weather we’ve been having. Yum!

  4. kankana says:

    such colorful drink .. I just finished all the cherries making jam !!

  5. Would love a tall glass of this right about now…

  6. Kelly J says:

    I love the cherry mint lemonade idea! I am having a dinner party soon and would like to make this but, how do I make the mint simple syrup? Thanks!

  7. Kelly J says:

    just noticed the link for the simple syrup, sorry!

  8. Diane says:

    Do you use sweet or sour cherry’s?

    • I used bing, which are sweeter, but if you use sour, just adjust flavor with the simple syrup.