Switchel, also know as Haymaker’s Punch, is a thirst quenching drink that originated in the Caribbean in the late 1600’s. Traditionally made of water mixed with vinegar, sweetened with molasses, and sometimes subtly flavored with ginger.
Switchel is similar to drinks like ginger beer or homemade ginger ale. So if you’re a fan of refreshing drinks like those, this one is super simple to make at home.
This particular recipe is made with raw apple cider vinegar, which is known to help with acid reflux, honey, and ginger making for a great, refreshing probiotic drink!
See the recipe at The Healthy Home Economist…