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December 31, 2012


Marcy Franklin

The Grapefruit Cooler.

A refreshing take on your brunch mimosa or grapefruit juice, the Grapefruit Cooler is made at the Seattle restaurant, Sazerac.




  • 1/2 Ounce Lillet Blanc
  • 1 Ounce fresh grapefruit juice
  • sparkling wine, to top


Serve in a champagne flute with a grapefruit twist.


Grapefruit Cooler - Recipes

This is an easy nutrient packed summertime drink that is perfect for those hot Summer days.


  • 3 pink grapefruits
  • 2 limes
  • 1 Tablespoon Organic Chia Seed
  • 1-2 tablespoons Organic Coconut Sugar
  • 5 mint leaves, chopped


1. Let your chia seeds plump up in 2 cups of water and set aside.

2. Juice the grapefruits and limes into a quart mason jar. If you’re wanting this to be on the sweeter side, or have tart grapefruits, add in the coconut sugar to taste.

3. Add in the 2 cups of water with the chia seeds to the citrus juice jar and fill with water until full, just below the lip. Close with a lid and shake well to mix. At this point, you could pour the cooler over ice and enjoy immediately, or let it chill in the fridge for later.

4. When serving, garnish with mint leaves a slice of lime or with a grapefruit rind.

The Kosmic Kitchen created this easy summertime Grapefruit Mint Chia Cooler that is sure to cool you down on the hottest of days. This drink is not only delicious but nutrient-packed! Chia seeds are known for their moisturizing properties, perfect for adding to drinks in the drier months.

To make this simple Grapefruit Mint Chia Cooler you will only need these 5 simple ingredients that can be found around the house.

Nutiva Organic Chia Seeds are vegan, raw, gluten free, and non-GMO. They are a great addition to beverages or baked goods. These mighty seeds are packed with omega-3, proteins, and rare antioxidants and fiber.

Nutiva Organic Coconut Sugar is made from fresh coconut tree sap and has a taste similar to brown sugar. Unrefined and unprocessed, it is considered to be healthier than other refined and chemical sweetener options.

In Season: Grapefruit-growing season lasts from October through May. Grapefruit keeps well in cold storage, so it can be found in supermarkets year-round.

What to Look For: Grapefruit comes in white, pink, and red varieties. Pink and red grapefruit get their rosy blush from lycopene, the same antioxidant found in tomatoes. Choose fruit that's heavy for its size, with smooth, rather than bumpy skin. These are good indicators that the grapefruit will be juicy.

How to Store: Grapefruit will keep at room temperature for a week when stored in a bowl or basket with good air circulation. Kept in an airtight bag in the crisper drawer of the refrigerator, it can be stored for up to two months.

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River Terrace Inn Grapefruit Cooler

Part sweet, part sour, but 100% refreshing, this recipe comes from the lovely Cuvée at the River Terrace Inn in Napa.

Source: Recipe and photo courtesy the River Terrace Inn


2 ounces Belvedere Pink Grapefruit Vodka
1/2 ounce fresh squeezed lime juice
1/2 ounce fresh squeezed grapefruit juice
1 ounce simple syrup
1/4 ounce Aperol liqueur
grapefruit twist


Pour vodka, lime, grapefruit and simple syrup in a shaker with ice. Shake vigorously, then pour over ice in a Collins glass, floating the Aperol liqueur on top. Add a grapefruit twist for extra aromatics and visual.

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River Terrace Inn

Set upon a quiet bank of the Napa River, River Terrace Inn provides a peaceful retreat for those seeking the ideal blend of modern elegance and laid-back California charm in close proximity to the energy of Downtown Napa.

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Grapefruit, Orange & Lemon Cooler

Don’t eat anything your great-great grandmother wouldn’t recognize as food. There are a great many food-like items in the supermarket your ancestors wouldn’t recognize as food.. stay away from these”
– Michael Pollan,
American author & journalist

I know it’s little late to be making resolutions in the middle of April, when the year has already begun a long while ago.

Yet good decisions are never too late to be made.

There is a necessity for us to return to what is natural, what is healthy, what is good for us.

There is a need for us to realize that we have a choice in what we eat the ingredients we use to cook our foods, the drinks we consume and the snacks we choose.

My resolution is to drink as little soft drinks (or artificially sweetened drinks) as possible. I want to go back to drinking water, juices, and natural beverages, like green tea, rice tea, you get the trend.

I also hope to influence others to do the same.

I want to do this because I’ve realized how much the habit of consuming soft drinks affects our health – it makes us addicted to sweet drinks we’re lost the thirst for water, the purest form of liquid our body requires we’re always looking for a sugar high and obesity is increasing in so many developed countries.

So when I had a couple of fruits left over from making these delicious baked fish fillets in citrus & vegetable sauce, I decided to use these fruits for a drink.

A cooling, refreshing beverage bursting with citrus tastes and aromas. A drink meant to be enjoyed guilt-free.

A delicious, quick, easy, put-your-leftover-fruits-together kind of drink.

(Makes 4 medium glasses)

1) 1 large grapefruit
2) 1 orange
3) 1 lemon
4) 1 litre of sparkling water
5) 2 tablespoons of sugar

1) Squeeze the juice from the grapefruit, orange and lemon
2) Mix the juice with sparkling water and sugar, stirring well
3) Chill in the fridge until ready to be served

Jun 13 Grapefruit Cooler


Makes: 8 servings

4 cups refrigerated red grapefruit juice

2 tablespoons finely chopped fresh mint leaves

4 fresh grapefruit slices, halved


In bowl, combine the grapefruit juice, mint, and honey. Pour into 13×9-inch glass pan. Freeze for at least 4 hours. When mixture is frozen, use the tines of fork to scrape the mixture into icy flakes. Place back into the freezer for 1 hour. Spoon mixture into chilled glasses or bowls. Garnish with grapefruit and mint sprigs.

Passion Fruit Cooler Recipe

This recipe is a testament to why gardeners should never give up to quickly on their favorite plants. A couple years ago, we determined we had to grow passion fruit. As anxious gardeners and lovers of fresh passion fruit, we didn&rsquot just invest in one vine. After all, in addition to our own personal garden fruit greed and long list of passion fruit recipes we wanted to explore, we had an extensive list of friends who were equally devoted to fresh passion fruit.

So, to satisfy our needs, as well as needs of friends who live in double fleece layer-cold weather climates, we bought 4 vines. Three vines for us, and one for friends. We&rsquore always thinking of sending fruit to out of state friends. One vine would be plenty. During the first year, the vines were nurtured with organic fertilizer, consistent water, plenty of sunshine and lots of sweet talk. When the first alien looking flowers appeared, we were like silly, happy kids who inherited an endless supply of quarters for the gum-ball machine. We geek-ed out in the privacy of our green garden escape.

Video of our Passion Fruit and Mint Cooler:

We waited with anticipation for signs of fruit for a passion fruit drink. Our cocktail shaker was ready and waiting. But, no fruit appeared. The flowers dropped. Again. And again. And again. A ton of flowers, all dropped like a bad date. We felt defeated. We felt like the nursery lied to us. There was no &rdquo prolific fruiting&rdquo like the tags had promised. Liars. Liars.

You can't beat fresh grapefruit for a great tasting cocktail.

As a Floridian, grapefruit is almost always on hand either from our backyard trees or from the local groves. So what better fruit juice to add to a drink than our very own grapefruit. In fact, drinks made with grapefruit juice are one of my husband's favorites and this one now ranks up there with his all time favorite, the Sea Breeze cocktail .

This drink is a take on the well-known Paloma, a popular drink in Mexico. Here we've substituted lemon-lime sparkling soda or water in lieu of the standard club soda and lime juice.

This sparkling tequila cooler has a refreshing bite and is a bit on the tart side but a drop of agave can easily be added to up the sweetness level.

It's super simple to make too and works just as well by the pitcherful as it does when making them individually. All you need is a couple of tall glasses, some crushed iced, and 3 ingredients tequila, grapefruit juice, and lemon-lime sparkling soda. It is also easy to adapt. Want a little more sparkle? Add more soda. Like a little more lime taste, add a squeeze of lime. Not quite into tartness, add some agave or even a sugared rim. Easy, right?

Believe me, one sip of this cocktail will have you dreaming of warm, tropical climates and an island vacation! I'm ready! How about you? Cheers!

Watch the video: Carling Grapefruit Cooler Review (July 2022).


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