The very thing that makes beets a bit of a nuisance to home cooks—the whole "your kitchen looks like a blood bath" thing—is a boon to cocktail makers, as it helps produce striking, vibrant-hued drinks.
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My eight-year-old is running a race at school next week, and I'm going to let her dope. Good parenting, right? What, was I multitasking so much during Lance Armstrong's Oprah interview that this is what I took away from it? Nope, not this time. Before you call social services, read this: I'm letting her dope by drinking beet juice for breakfast.
The sweet root vegetable, pomegranate, and clementine are this juice's power trio. When beets are at their sweetest, no agave addition is necessary: this stuff is fruity and delicious, crowned with an optional layer of pomegranate foam.