Try this ginger tea made with drinking vinegar
Janet Chen offers her recipe for delicious...
Mad Maiden‘s drinking vinegars and shrubs are handcrafted from local fruit and can be found in restaurants around town served as part of a cocktail. However, Janet Chen also offers her shrubs as a bright and palette-pleasing nonalcoholic alternative and shares her recipe for ginger tea.
Ginger Tea Recipe: Make two cups of ginger tea using one tablespoon dried, chopped ginger, 2 slices fresh ginger with peel and 2 1/4 cups hot water. Steep, then strain. Add: 3 tablespoons Mad Maiden’s Honey Ginger drinking vinegar (1 part vinegar to 10 parts ginger tea) and sweeten with honey to taste. Add some freshly squeezed lemon and zest and melt away winter’s chill.