How to Make a Blackberry Sage Cooler

Cool down with this recipe for a non-alcoholic blackberry sage cooler!

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How to Make a Blackberry Sage Cooler Recipe
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1
Gather your ingredients.

Gather your ingredients.

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Pour water and sugar into a medium pot. Bring the water and sugar to a boil over medium to high heat until sugar dissolves.

Pour water and sugar into a medium pot. Bring the water and sugar to a boil over medium to high heat until sugar dissolves.

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3
Bruise the sage leaves with the back of a spoon. Then, add it to your syrup mixture.

Bruise the sage leaves with the back of a spoon. Then, add it to your syrup mixture.

4
Set syrup mixture aside for 15 minutes to let sage mixture infuse. Then, use a sieve to remove the herbs. Set aside.

Set syrup mixture aside for 15 minutes to let sage mixture infuse. Then, use a sieve to remove the herbs. Set aside.

5
Puree the blackberries in the blender and then strain the mixture through your sieve.

Puree the blackberries in the blender and then strain the mixture through your sieve.

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To serve, place a tablespoon of the blackberry puree in the bottom of a glass. Then, add a tablespoon of the sage syrup and top off with 8 ounces of club soda. Serve with ice.

To serve, place a tablespoon of the blackberry puree in the bottom of a glass. Then, add a tablespoon of the sage syrup and top off with 8 ounces of club soda. Serve with ice.

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Garnish with blackberries and sage leaves. Enjoy!

Garnish with blackberries and sage leaves. Enjoy!

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Ingredients

15 Medium Sage Leaves 
4 Tablespoons Sugar 
1 Cup Water 
8 Ounces Blackberry 
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