Mors is a tart, berry-based refresher that has a heck of a pedigree — it was first mentioned in the sixteenth-century Russian homemaking manual “Domostroy.” Although it’s frequently made from cranberries, mors can easily be made with just about any kind of wild or cultivated sour berries. And although modern-day mors is often sweetened with sugar, I prefer to use honey; it’s a nod to the origin of the word mors, which probably derives from the Latin mulsa, or “honey drink.”
Forget about the store-bought stuff that comes in cartons — thanks to the natural pectin in the berries, this juice has a velvety texture.
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