A twist on the traditional Greyhound, featuring mint-infused grapefruit juice and a splash of club soda.
I’ve never been a brunch boozer. I’m deathly allergic to celery, so Bloody Marys are out of the question, and I don’t love orange juice, so I tend to skip the mimosas as well. But recently, I discovered the Greyhound, my new go-to day drink.
Vodka, mint-infused grapefruit juice, simple syrup, club soda.
This recipe offers a twist on the traditional greyhound, featuring mint-infused grapefruit juice and a splash of club soda.
Mint-infused grapefruit juice, vodka, simple syrup, club soda.
- 2 oz vodka
- 3 oz mint-infused grapefruit juice
- 2 tsp. simple syrup (depending on tartness of juice splash of club soda)
Place 2 sprigs of mint for every 1 cup of grapefruit juice in a sealed container and refrigerate overnight.
Strain grapefruit juice to remove mint springs.
Pour vodka over ice. Stir in grapefruit juice and simple syrup. Top with a splash of club soda and mint leaves.
Jessica Butler is the co-founder of "Raise Magazine," stepmother of two, and adoptive mother of one. Prior to "Raise," she was a writer on USA’s "In Plain Sight" and TNT’s "The Last Ship." She and her husband, writer/producer Warren Bell, co-created the Nick at Nite series "Instant Mom," based on her life as a stepmother. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and six-year-old son, Levon.