Sidra Bomba Recipe

Sidra Bomba Recipe

While cider is perfectly delicious all on it’s own, I couldn’t help but wonder what a little pizazz would do to the perfect Summer drink.

Turns out, the pizazz does gooood things. I named this drink the “Sidra Bomba”, because the word Sidra means Cider in Spanish and Cubans call Papaya, Fruta Bomba.
Sidra Bomba Recipe Sidra Bomba Recipe

This recipe is perfect for those who like to keep things simple when it comes to drinks for themselves or for guests, but want to add some fresh flavor and a little something different to a classic drink.

Sidra Bomba Recipe

Servings: 1

Ingredients:

  • 2 oz. freshly squeezed grapefruit juice
  • 1 oz. papaya simple syrup, recipe below
  • 1 Stella Artois Cidre

Papaya simple syrup directions: Add 1 cup water and 1 cup white sugar to a pan. Peel and slice one papaya and put into pan. Place on high heat until the mixture begins to boil, the sugar is dissolved and the fruit has become very soft. Remove from stove top and pour mixture into a glass that can be sealed, like a mason jar. Let cool for an hour.

Sidra Bomba directions: Pour 2 oz. of freshly squeezed grapefruit juice, 1 oz. of papaya simple syrup and cider into a beer glass. Give drink a gentle stir with a long spoon.

And there you go! The grapefruit adds some fragrant zest and the papaya simple syrup add a little bit of fruity sweetness. Perfection!

Trending Post

The Best Red Lipsticks

If I’m wearing makeup, I’m wearing lipstick. Even if I apply just a touch of tinted moisturizer, 9 out of 10 times I’m applying some sort of shade to my lippies. YES, even during these mask times, I’m wearing lipstick underneath. It just makes me…

My Favorite Sneakers for Cardio

The Latest In Wellness

Enjoying the Process as a Perfectionist

For someone who loves to take in the little moments and live in a state of gratefulness, there is still one area in my life that causes a lot of my moments of stress and aggravation. And I’m always trying to pinpoint where I allow…

Newsletter Sign Up

* indicates required

Leave a comment...