Raspberry Sorbet and Ginger Beer Floats

Once I decided to make homemade ginger beer, I knew I wanted to make a float of some sort with it. Once we tasted just how spicy the ginger beer came out, I knew it needed to be something sweet, like this raspberry sorbet.

Raspberry Sorbet and Ginger Beer Floats

This was a match made in summertime treat heaven. Drinking it through a straw before the sorbet melted yields a spicy gingery drink with hints of raspberry. But as the sorbet melts into a slush, you get a well balanced sweet and spicy concoction sure to cool you down from the summer’s heat.

Raspberry Sorbet and Ginger Beer Floats

No recipe for this post today. I simply scooped some raspberry sorbet in to a cup, topped it off with some ginger beer, and served it with a fun straw. You could obviously use store-bought versions of these components if you want as well.

Raspberry Sorbet and Ginger Beer Floats

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3 Responses to “Lime Meltaway Recipe (Bookmarked Recipes)”

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    Maggie — September 22, 2008 at 3:37 pm

    These sound wonderful! I like the look of the swirled color.

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    Jen — September 23, 2008 at 4:39 pm

    Oh they’re quite tasty! The only bad thing is that they don’t taste bad for you. Ten minutes later you’ve eaten 7 of them…

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    How To Eat A Cupcake — November 29, 2008 at 4:22 pm

    Hahah I could NOT stop eating these when I made them! I’m glad you tried the recipe. 😀

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