{Now Closed} Giveaway // The Thinking Girl’s Guide to Drinking & Stir and Strain Grab Bag

Giveaway: The Thinking Girl's Guide to Drinking // stirandstrain.comIf you’re overstuffed from Halloween, but still in need of a good cocktail, let’s start November off right with some healthy alternatives to high-sugar, high-fat, artificially flavored drinks. This week we’ve teamed up with the ladies behind The Thinking Girl’s Guide to Drinking to offer you just that: cocktails without all the crap.

Author’s Ariane Resnick, certified nutritionist and author of The Bone Broth Miracle and Brittini Rae, Speed Rack 2015 winner and nationally recognized cocktail maven, combine their expert knowledge in the realms of mixology and nutrition to create inventive cocktails and mocktails that are not only fun and delicious, but nourishing and full of health benefits. This book is really about using high-quality, whole ingredients to help mitigate the negative effects of alcohol.

Want a taste? Here’s a delicious recipe to try from the book:

Giveaway: The Thinking Girl's Guide to Drinking // stirandstrain.com

Tiger’s Eye

recipe courtesy of Regan Arts

2 ounces vodka
1/2 ounce Cointreau
1 tablespoon orange zest
1 teaspoon cocoa powder
1 dash orange bitters
1 orange peel, for garnish

Shake all the ingredients except the orange peel in a shaker with ice. Strain into a champagne saucer and, if desired, flame the orange peel over the top.


And because we here at Stir and Strain are already getting into the holiday spirit, the winner will also receive a bonus grab bag of goodies from us. Maybe a couple helpful things to get you started on your cocktail making *wink wink*.

So gather up your fresh fruit, a bottle or two of some healing tonics, and enter to win today! You can get up to 10 entries below. For more information on Ariane Resnick, check out her website at arianecooks.com and find Brittini Rae on Instagram at instagram.com/whiskynlace  Giveaway ends at 11:59pm PST Monday November 7th, 2016 (US residents only). Good luck!

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27 Responses to “{Now Closed} Giveaway // The Thinking Girl’s Guide to Drinking & Stir and Strain Grab Bag”

  1. I love grapefruit, cranberry, and pomegranate juices! Thanks for doing such a fun giveaway!! You and your site have actually inspired me to begin my own cocktail blog, so thanks for that too :))

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  2. I love ginger as well! Always great for my stomach and adds a lovely spiciness to all my drinks!

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  3. Lovely recipe! I can think of a whiskey or two that could “mix” things up if subbed for Vodka. Fantastic recipe. Simple. Adaptable. Beautiful. My favorite healthy ingredient: fresh ginger. Fresh lemon juice stands right alongside. Cucumbers or watermelon muddled with ginger can brighten up a mule. And if you’ve got a good homemade ginger simple to add, Ginger beer can be subbed with soda water/gingerale splash topped with bitters. Thanks for posting — I’ll be trying this recipe soon! Further thanks for the giveaway ….

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  4. I love using fresh squeezed juices in my cocktails! Also, fresh herbs like mint and basil from our plants at home. I’m currently obsessed with bitters and would love more inspiration for delicious cocktails!

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  5. Sarah Gillespie

    Does ice count? No I’m just kidding. I’m all about fruity cocktails, so any fruit is good but pineapple is my favorite. There’s a cilantro and pineapple Moscow mule, that is where it’s at.

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  6. Angelica Dimeo

    I love bloody mary’s that have tomato in it which is pretty healthy

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