One part youngberry juice…
One part Dryck Fladder…
Which is, of course, Elderflower juice, available at the Ikea cafeteria…
Et voila. The Midlife Crises.
I came up with a not-dissimilar drink recently that combined lavender soda, Botanist gin, and a splash of St-Germain Elderflower liqueur. Delish!
What do you call it? An English Garden? Aromatherapy? Also, there’s an Elderflower liqueur? Is it hard to find?
Oh, dear. Hadn’t actually considered a name for it. ‘English Garden’ sounds good – altho’, given the specific gin involved, ‘Islay Garden’ might work better.
As for availability of the St-Germain, you should be able to type in your postal code at , which is supposed to show stores that have ordered the product over the past three months. The system is less-than-perfect, so I’d suggest calling to confirm before making a trip.
I just noticed now that the URL I’d typed in seems to have vanished. It was: .
Let’s try that one more time, this time sans angle brackets: http://www.liquorconnect.com/Products/Pages/3210-00874107.aspx.
That’s my kind of crisis
More importantly, happy birthday. I hope your forties will bring all kinds of goodness.
Whoah! I’m not 40! Not that there’s anything wrong with being 40…
I knew Ikea was good for more than just small storage solutions. Happy Birthday!
Perhaps I should rethink my tags… I’m so not 40. Waaaay not 40. Well, almost 40.
Oh, I’m so sorry about that – very embarrassed, actually. I’m just gonna back out quietly now and see if my baby’s ready to go pick up his brother in the snow.
Crisis averted! Thanks for the idea, can’t wait to have it!
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