Chris Burkard Makes a Drink
The photographer on how to make the perfect summer mocktail
Chris Burkard shows us how to make his favorite nonalcoholic beverage, with a little help from his wife, Brea. Here’s how to make one for yourself:
- Fresh mint leaves
- Coconut water
- Lime La Croix (or similar)
- Apple cider vinegar
Load a large glass with ice cubes or crushed ice. Add your lime LaCroix, 1/3 cup of coconut water, three caps (or tea spoons) of apple cider vinegar together. Crush ½ of a lime and mint leaves together with muddler or back of spoon and add. Stir and enjoy!
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