Jennifer Colliau

Traverse Colada
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During the years Jennifer Colliau experimented with vegan cooking, she used ingredients like nuts and coconut instead of dairy products to add richness to food. For the Traverse Colada, she calls for cream of coconut, a thick, sweetened liquid made from fresh coconuts. Slideshows:  More Nonalcoholic Drink Recipes 
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Pear Balm
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"I really enjoy off-dry aperitifs like cava, and this drink is in that vein," says Jennifer Colliau. The ripe pear combined with lemon juice and green tea is refreshing and simple. "It stimulates the appetite without filling you up." Slideshows:  Great Pear Recipes 
Juniper Syrup
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Use this syrup to make Jennifer Colliau's Juniper Tea Fizz drink.Plus: Ultimate Cocktail Guide
Clove Syrup
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Use this infused syrup to make Jennifer Colliau's Antilles Tea. Plus:  Ultimate Cocktail Guide 
Black Pepper Syrup
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Use this syrup to make Bitter Orange & Black Pepper Soda. Plus:  Ultimate Cocktail Guide 
Badminton Cooler
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For this spin on a gin cocktail made with lime juice, cucumber and mint, Jennifer Colliau uses juniper berries to approximate the flavor of the gin. The dried berries are available in the spice section of most supermarkets. Slideshows:  More Nonalcoholic Drink Recipes 
Antilles Tea
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"Tea," says Jennifer Colliau, "is a wonderful base for nonalcoholic drinks because its slight bitterness makes a complex, adult beverage rather than a fruity kids' drink." Here she mixes lemongrass tea with an easy-to-make clove-infused simple syrup. Slideshows:  Refreshing Iced Tea Recipes 
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Antilles Tea
Rating: Unrated
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"Tea," says Jennifer Colliau, "is a wonderful base for nonalcoholic drinks because its slight bitterness makes a complex, adult beverage rather than a fruity kids' drink." Here she mixes lemongrass tea with an easy-to-make clove-infused simple syrup. Slideshows:  Refreshing Iced Tea Recipes