hoppy and Gin-"tea"l


Ok, so the name might need work and it might sound like I'm grasping at straws to make it punny, BUT it doesn't change the fact that this is super delicious!

2 oz Lavender, calendula, stevia, mexican marigold tea (soon-to-be available here)

.5 ounces of Limoncello

1.5 ounces of St George gin

Shake well with ice and strain onto new cubes. Top with Lagunitas Hop Water, dehydrated orange, and edible flower. Cheers!

Pineapple mint mojito


What REALLY makes this drink are the ice cubes! Borage and calendula flower cubes really steal the show!

Muddle a handful of pineapple mint with a pinch of stevia leaves (you can use a drop of stevia leaf extract as well) with a splash of water at the bottom of a shaker. Don't have a muddler? No problem, the handle of a wooden spoon works great! 

Pour in 2oz of a white rum of your choice

Add a squeeze of lime and fill with ice (not the flower ice, the boring kind)

Shake it hard

Fill a collins glass (or any really) with flower ice

Strain mixture into glass over flower ice and top with Lagunitas Hop Water

Garnish with dehydrated orange




There really is A LOT to talk about when it comes to brewing your own kombucha, but here is just a simple run-down. SCOBYs are available online and some are coming soon here. In the meantime, here are some simple instructions on how to brew your own. You can add your own flavors like fruit juice, ginger, or spice during the second fermentation process.

3 1/2 quarts water

1 cup sugar (regular granulated sugar works best)

8 bags black tea, green tea, or a mix (or 2 tablespoons loose tea)

2 cups starter tea from last batch of kombucha or store-bought kombucha (unpasteurized, neutral-flavored)

1 scoby per fermentation jar



green smoothie


Such a great filling and bright smoothie!

Morning smoothie


Great way to start you day!



Recipes are added weekly!