High Tide Cocktail Recipe

The High Tide Cocktail will remind you of warm summer days and fun times on the beach. A sweet, delicious rum cocktail with a touch of Midori citrus, the High Tide is a fabulous adult libation.





High Tide Cocktail Recipe

The High Tide Cocktail will remind you of warm summer days and fun times on the beach. A sweet, delicious rum cocktail with a touch of Midori citrus, the high tide is a fabulous adult libation.

Prep Time: 3 minutes

Ingredients:

1 oz Rum
1 oz Coconut Liquor homemade or store bought
1 oz Midori
4 oz Pineapple Juice
Ice
1 oz Blue Curaçao
2 Maraschino Cherries (for garnish)

Directions:

• In a tall cocktail glass combine Rum, Coconut Liquor and Midori.
• Pour the pineapple juice over the Rum-Midori mixture.
• Add ice.
• Top with Blue Curaçao liquor.
• Garnish with Maraschino Cherries.
• Serve immediately.

Makes 1 High Tide Cocktail

The High Tide Cocktail will remind you of warm summer days and fun times on the beach. A sweet, delicious rum cocktail with a touch of Midori citrus, the High Tide is a fabulous adult libation.


I owe many thanks to my Blogging Buddies who helped me come up with this cocktail recipe. This is simply delicious, and goes down very, very smooth.

The High Tide Cocktail will remind you of warm summer days and fun times on the beach. A sweet, delicious rum cocktail with a touch of Midori citrus, the High Tide is a fabulous adult libation.


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As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.

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Sunburned Strawberry Margarita Recipe

Sunburned Strawberry Margarita Recipe. Add a little zest to a delicious, homemade strawberry margarita tonight! This sweet and spicy Sunburned Strawberry Margarita pairs wonderfully with Mexican food, party snacks, or just sipping on the deck.





Sunburned Strawberry Margarita Recipe

Add a little zest to a delicious, homemade strawberry margarita tonight! This sweet and spicy Sunburned Strawberry Margarita pairs wonderfully with Mexican food, party snacks, or just sipping on the deck.

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Sunburned Strawberry Margarita Ingredients:

Ice
3 Jalapeño Slices
2 oz Tequila
1 oz Strawberry Puree
1 oz Lime Juice
½ oz Strawberry Syrup

Strawberry Syrup Ingredients:

4 cups Strawberries, hulled and halves
½ cup Sugar
½ cup Water

Directions:

• To make the strawberry syrup:
• Heat strawberries, water and sugar over medium heat. Stirring frequently, heat until just boiling.
• Remove from heat, cover and let cool to room temperature.
• Strain for strawberry syrup.
• The remaining strawberry pulp gets pureed to create the strawberry puree.
• To make the Sunburned Strawberry Margarita:
• Place 2 jalapeño slices in a cocktail glass and muddle to release flavor.
• Add tequila, strawberry puree, lime juice and strawberry syrup to a cocktail shaker, and fill with ice.
• Shake and strain into glass.
• Top with sliced strawberries and sliced jalapeño .
• Serve Immediately

Makes 1 Sunburned Strawberry Margarita

Sunburned Strawberry Margarita Recipe. Add a little zest to a delicious, homemade strawberry margarita tonight! This sweet and spicy Sunburned Strawberry Margarita pairs wonderfully with Mexican food, party snacks, or just sipping on the deck.


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Isn’t this a pretty drink?

Since you will have quite a bit of puree and strawberry syrup, you can easily make this into a pitcher drink to use at a party. Keep the strawberry puree and syrup stored in your refrigerator. Or, you could make strawberry iced tea!

As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.


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Dreamsicle Cocktail Recipe


Dreamsicle Cocktail Recipe

If you liked creamsicles as a kid, try this fruity update for adults. Simple to make, this luscious and tempting dreamsicle cocktail is truly heavenly.

Prep Time: 3 minutes

Ingredients:

1 TBSP Sweetened Condensed Milk
Ice
2 oz Fruit Punch
1 oz Orange Juice
1 oz Whipped Cream Flavored Vodka
Splash Fruit Punch Soda Pop
Whipped Cream for Garnish
Sprinkles for Garnish

Directions:

• Place 1 tablespoon of sweetened condensed milk on a shallow dish. Gently dip the rim of your low-ball glass into the sweetened condensed milk.
• Fill that low-ball glass halfway full of ice.
• Add the fruit punch, orange juice and whipped cream vodka to the glass and stir gently.
• Top off with a splash of fruit punch soda pop.
• Top with whipped cream and sprinkles
• Serve Immediately

Makes 1 Dreamsicle Cocktail

Dreamsicle Cocktail Recipe. If you liked creamsicles as a kid, try this fruity update for adults. Simple to make, this luscious and tempting dreamsicle cocktail is truly heavenly.




If you like sprinkles, once you dip your glass into the sweetened condensed milk for rimming, allow the milk to set for a few seconds, and then gently dip into a plate of sprinkles! Added fun.

The ration on this drink is: 2-1-1 on the liquid. That is 2 parts fruit punch, and 1 part orange juice and whipped cream vodka. This makes it easy to make a larger beverage.

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