Pineapple Lemon Grass Thai Tea

Menu Part: 
Beverage
Cuisine Type: 
Asian
Serves: 
1 serving

Pineapple, lemon grass, ginger ale and agave sour combine to create a refreshing beverage for spring.

Ingredients

2 oz. Dole Chef Ready Cuts Pineapple Cubes, partially thawed
2 2-in. pieces lemon grass stalk, coarsely chopped or 1 tsp. lemon grass paste
4 mint leaves
2 oz. Fresh Agave Sour (see recipe in Vietnamese Cinnamon Drink)
1 1⁄4 oz. Tuaca liqueur (if desired)
1 1⁄2 oz. ginger ale
Lemon grass stalk for garnish 

Steps

1. Muddle pineapple, lemon grass and mint in shaker.

2. Combine Fresh Agave Sour and Tuaca, if desired, in shaker. Shake vigorously. Strain loosely into glass with ice.

3. Top with ginger ale. Garnish with lemon grass stalk.

Recipe by Dole Foodservice 

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