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Hi nuuniverse! Emma is enjoying some well-deserved time-off, so this month I'm sharing my all-time favorite nuuntini recipe: the nuun mimosa. Or, as I call it, the nuunmosa. Appropriate for post-race brunches and Christmas mornings, this nuuntini keeps it classy. It's easy to make, too! All you need is your favorite flavor of nuun and champagne. I recommend Orange for a classic mimosa or Strawberry Lemonade for a fun twist, but go ahead and experiment with your favorites.Read More
The weather is getting cooler, and we’re ready to get cozy. This inventive hot Nuuntini is the perfect way to warm up, rehydrate, and unwind after a chilly run.
- 1 hot cocoa packet
- ½ tablet Nuun Orange
- hot water
- 1 oz rum...
This month’s nuuntini recipe is as simple as can be.
The classic whiskey sour contains lemon juice, lime juice, simple syrup, and whiskey. We’ve substituted Nuun Lemon Lime for the fruit juices, and since Nuun is naturally sweet, we can skip all the added sugar as well! All you’ll need to do for this tasty nuuntini is brew up some extra-strength Nuun, and add a shot of whiskey.
We’re throwing it back to an oldie but a goodie: The Nuunarita. A classic way to deliver a little rehydration/dehydration, and simple to make. I was in the mood for Strawberry Lemonade Nuun for this margarita, but feel free to mix it up and use your favorite flavor! I recommend Watermelon, Fresh Lime, or Blueberry Pomegranate Nuun!Read More
This month, we’re going to get all classy with a time-honored cocktail standard. The French 75 dates back to World War I in Paris, and is known for being both sweet and powerful. Our little twist will make it rehydrating as well!Read More
I know I missed last month, but I'm back with a new recipe and let me tell you...it's delicious! Summer is the perfect time to treat yourself to a blended, post-run nuuntini. This strawberry coconut slushee gets a pineapple mango twist from Nuun Active Tropical, so it will rehydrate while it refreshes!Read More
So you’ve just finished a tough ride/run and you’re ready to chill out & cool down with a drink in hand. This Nuuntini, my take on a Moscow Mule, will provide a little rehydration, and seriously class up your down time.
A Moscow Mule is delightful in any chilled glass, but I highly recommend drinking it from the traditional copper mug. Apart from the stunning and timeless presentation, copper mugs can actually improve the taste of a cocktail! Copper mugs chill quickly, and will insulate their cold contents. Your drink will stay extra-cool, and tingle icily against your lips. Some even claim that when vodka touches the walls of the mug, the copper begins to oxidize, enhancing the taste and aroma of the vodka. Cold copper will also increase the amount of bubbles in carbonated ginger beer, making a Moscow Mule even fizzier.
The sun is beginning to show itself again in the Pacific Northwest, which at my house means we break out the blender! A slushy, blended, boozy nuuntini is the perfect way to cool down from a run, rehydrate, and toast the warmer weather.
My favorite thing about this recipe is that the nuun tablet sweetens it! You get to skip the 1/2 cup granulated white sugar most recipes will instruct you to add to a daiquiri mix.
This month features a Nuuntini-twist on a super simple cocktail: the salty dog. It's both thirst-quenching and savory, and often my go-to cocktail order. And here's a little secret: a salty dog is really just a greyhound with a salted rim! But there's something so intriguing about the salt and citrus taste combo. I can't help but dig it.Read More
For this post I was given a challenge: come up with a nuuntini recipe based around our newest Nuun Energy flavor, Mango Orange.
In the end, creating a delicious Mango Orange nuuntini wasn’t the problem – it was deciding which one to use! This crisp, juicy flavor makes a wonderful basic mimosa, screwdriver, or fuzzy navel. I finally settled on a Tequila Sunrise Mimosa, because of how sumptuous the ombré of colors looks in the final product.